National Opportunities

For public art opportunities outside of the area or across the country, be sure to look here.
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Batesville, IN

Budget:

$50,000

Medium:

mural or other


Location:

Indiana, USA


Deadline:

07.01.2020


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Seeking qualified artists or artist teams to create outdoor permanent art projects for multiple locations in downtown Batesville. At least one art installation is planned before September 1, 2021.
They may choose only one at $50,000 but are hoping for two projects.

Allentown PA

Budget:

$22,000

Medium:

mural or other


Location:

Allentown, PA, USA


Deadline:

06.12.2020


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The Allentown Arts Commission seeks artist for an original, site‐specific work of art in Allentown, PA. The work of art may take the form of mural, low‐relief sculpture or other appropriate forms of art (or a combination of these), and is open to artists with the demonstrated capacity to create a fully‐realized work of art in any of those forms. The development of the work of art must include significant and meaningful engagement of the school community

City of Tulsa

Budget:

$50,000

Medium:

This Call to Artists seeks to identify artist teams or artists capable of designing, fabricating, and installing a sculptural installation commemorating the Oklahoma Air National Guard, its 138th Fighter Wing, and Technical Sergeant Marshal (Moo) Dakota Roberts, who “…died in combat on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 while deployed in support of Operation Inherent Resolve in Iraq.”


Location:

Tulsa, OK, USA


Deadline:

06.23.2020


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The City of Tulsa is accepting submissions from professional artists or teams of artists in response to a significant public art opportunity relating to the City’s recent investments at the Mission Training Center near Tulsa International Airport. The high security nature of the Mission Training Center has necessitated the placement of the related public art at an aviation viewing lot just north of Tulsa International Airport’s main runway, a highly visible location in Tulsa.
This Call to Artists seeks to identify artist teams or artists capable of designing, fabricating, and installing a sculptural installation commemorating the Oklahoma Air National Guard, its 138th Fighter Wing, and Technical Sergeant Marshal (Moo) Dakota Roberts, who “…died in combat on Wednesday, March 11, 2020 while deployed in support of Operation Inherent Resolve in Iraq.”

Santa Clarita

Budget:

$5,000

Medium:

sculpture


Location:

Santa Clarita, CA, USA


Deadline:

05.30.2020


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The City of Santa Clarita is seeking artist(s) for its Temporary Public Art program. Four selected sculptural pieces will be located on concrete pads along the trail system. Sculptures will be displayed on temporary loan for three years, creating a rotating collection of public art. The budget for this project is $5,000 per artist.

Raleigh

Budget:

$120,000

Medium:

stand-alone sculptures, and/or artwork integrated into pedestrian paving, lighting, benches/bike racks or other site elements


Location:

Raleigh, NC, USA


Deadline:

06.01.2020


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Potential public art opportunities include stand-alone sculptures, and/or artwork integrated into pedestrian paving, lighting, benches/bike racks or other site elements. The Project adds roundabouts at the north and south ends of downtown Raleigh. These roundabouts provide potential locations for gateway artwork(s). The artist will work closely with the design team, project stakeholders, and the community.

Fayetteville

Budget:

$50,000

Medium:

mural


Location:

Fayetteville, NC, USA


Deadline:

06.15.2020


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The Arts Council of Fayetteville/Cumberland County seeks a mural artist or artist’s team to design and complete a Gateway Public Art Mural Project. One of four gateways into Fayetteville, the mural will be located on the I-295/Ramsey Street overpass and should reflect the district’s unique history and the present.
This opportunity is open to professional artists residing in the U.S. Artist selection will take place in July/August and the artist selected for the project will receive a $1,500 advance to complete their desgin.

Sun Development

Budget:

$50,000

Medium:

exterior artwork


Location:

Indianapolis, IN, USA


Deadline:

05.31.2020


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Sun Development and Management Company (“Sun”), the developer of the new Hilton Dual Brand Hotel at 414 W. Vermont St. in Indianapolis, Indiana, in collaboration with the Arts Council of Indianapolis, is looking for proposals from artists wishing to execute a public artwork for the exterior of the hotel. This project is part of the City of Indianapolis’ Public Art for Neighborhoods program. $50,000 (installation to be done by others)
ELIGIBILITY: Professional artists over 18 based and working in the U.S.

Team Better Block call to artists

Budget:

$500

Medium:

innovative protected pedestrian and mobility lane barriers


Location:

Team Better Block, North Hudson Avenue, Oklahoma City, OK, USA


Deadline:

06.12.2020


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Team Better Block call to artists, artist teams or individuals with experience in design, planning, and/or anyone with an interest in creating protected space on our streets are invited to develop ideas for affordable, innovative protected pedestrian and mobility lane barriers.
Once all submissions have been received and judged, three barrier designs will be selected as finalists and fabricated by Team Better Block in partnership with Spin. Of these three, a top design will be selected as the grand prize winner, and will be fabricated and installed in future projects across the country once it is safe to do so. The grand prize winner will also receive a $500 cash prize.

Lynn, Massachusetts

Budget:

$75,000

Medium:

gateway artwork


Location:

Lynn, Massachusetts, USA


Deadline:

07.31.2020


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The City of Lynn, Massachusetts, the Downtown Lynn Cultural District (DTLCD), the Lynn Office of Community Development, and the Lynn Public Arts Commission (LPAC) are seeking an artistic concept for a signature work of art at Lynn’s Mt. Vernon and Exchange Street Plaza. The goal of this project is to install artwork that reflects the spirit of Lynn, enlivens the gateway to the DTLCD as a destination, and increases use of the Plaza as a gathering space.

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