National Opportunities

If you’re a local artist seeking public art opportunities outside of the area or across the country, you can always look here.

Pittsburgh International Airport

Budget:

$400,000

Medium:

Integrated artwork


Location:

Pittsburgh International Airport (PIT), Airport Blvd, Pittsburgh, PA, USA


Deadline:

02.16.2020


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Program design team to make the experience of this location memorable and welcoming, using the overall TMP themes of Nature, Technology, and Community as a launching point. The artist, program architects and airport staff will collaborate to develop a concept for an integrated artwork that will impact the surfaces.

Transcontinental Railroad

Budget:

$250,000

Medium:

any


Location:

Salt Lake City, Utah, USA


Deadline:

02.28.2020


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The Spike 150 Commission seeks an artist’s vision to create public art that includes and honors the voices of the diverse communities that labored on and were impacted by the driving of the Golden Spike and the creation of the Transcontinental Railroad.

Higgins Greenway Public Art

Budget:

$46,400

Medium:

Artwork offering a visual experience while honoring a cemetery in Cary’s history.


Location:

Town of Cary, North Academy Street, Cary, NC, USA


Deadline:

02.23.2020


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Town of Cary desires to integrate public art into the Phase III new segment of Higgins Greenway that extends from Union Street to Kildaire Farm Road and incorporates the historic Hillcrest Cemetery built in 1840. This RFQ announces a call to artists to focus attention along the Higgins Greenway of the historic cemetery by transforming the visual experience while honoring this cemetery in Cary’s history.

Cary

Budget:

$46,400

Medium:

Artwork is made of stone, metal or other permanent material suitable for entry feature, gates, paving surface treatment, and seating.


Location:

town of cary


Deadline:

02.23.2020


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The Town of Cary desires to integrate public art into the Phase III new segment of Higgins Greenway that extends from Union Street to Kildaire Farm Road and incorporates the historic Hillcrest Cemetery built in 1840. This RFQ announces a call to artists to focus attention along the Higgins Greenway of the historic cemetery by transforming the visual experience while honoring this cemetery in Cary’s history. The following opportunities include gates and entry features at entry and exit segments of the cemetery, seating, and special paving treatment of the greenway.
The initial budget is $46,400.

Fort Lauderdale

Budget:

$450,000

Medium:

artistic lighting design


Location:

Ft Lauderdale, FL, USA


Deadline:

01.31.2020


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Highway Bridge and Maintenance Division, Broward Cultural Division’s Public Art & Design Program is seeking to commission one artistic lighting designer or lighting design team (Professional Visual Artist), to create an artistic lighting design to transform the Andrews Avenue Bridge located in downtown Fort Lauderdale.

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