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.

Orlando Airport South Terminal

Budget:

$1

Medium:

iconic art


Location:

Orlando international airport south terminal c


Deadline:

05.31.2019


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The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority (“Authority”) seeks one or more artist(s) or artists’ team(s) to develop an Iconic Art Piece for South Terminal C.

City of Marshaltown

Budget:

$50,000

Medium:

permanent installation at the newly constructed Police & Fire Building in Marshalltown, Iowa


Location:

Marshalltown, IA, USA


Deadline:

06.14.2019


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The City of Marshalltown, in partnership with the Marshalltown Public Art Committee (MPAC), a division of the Marshall County Arts & Culture Alliance, is seeking an artist or team for the commissioning of a work of art for permanent installation at the newly constructed Police & Fire Building in Marshalltown, Iowa.

Boise City

Budget:

$70,000

Medium:

right-of-way artwork


Location:

Boise, ID, USA


Deadline:

06.26.2019


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Boise City invites public artists to apply for an opportunity to design and fabricate public artwork(s) for the public right-of-way along Vista Avenue in the Depot Bench Neighborhood in Boise, ID. The artwork will be sited in a terraced, landscaped area along a major arterial avenue which runs through the Depot Bench Neighborhood and between the Boise Airport, I-84, Boise State University, and the downtown core. The artwork seeks to highlight and celebrate the unique and iconic features of the Depot Bench Neighborhood.

Front Range Community College

Budget:

$158,400

Medium:

site-specific exterior public artwork or series of artworks


Location:

Fort Collins, Colorado, USA


Deadline:

05.20.2019


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Front Range Community College – Health Care Careers Center [Fort Collins, CO] Qualifications are requested from artists and/or artist teams interested in creating a site-specific exterior public artwork or series of artworks for Front Range Community College’s Health Care Careers Center.

Urbana, IL

Budget:

$48,000

Medium:

permanent public art


Location:

Carle Illinois College of Medicine Renovation, IL


Deadline:

06.14.2019


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Carle Illinois College of Medicine Renovation [Urbana, IL] The Art in Architecture (AIA) Program of the University of Illinois Facilities & Services is pleased to announce a Request for Direct Purchase of Artwork (RDPA). Professional artists are invited to submit images of available work to be considered for the permanent original public art at the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign (UIUC).

Bay Oaks Park, Norfolk, Va

Budget:

$125,000

Medium:

natural and organic artwork


Location:

Bay Oaks Park, Norfolk, VA, USA


Deadline:

05.23.2019


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The Bay Oaks Public Art Planning Committee seeks artwork that will speak to the strength and resiliency of the community, make a statement, and serve as one of the pinnacles of Ocean View. It should enhance, but not mimic, what is already there, be natural and organic, stimulate thought and inspire viewers to get out of their cars to experience the park.
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Roundabout Sculpture [Port St. Lucie, FL] Port St. Lucie

Budget:

$200,000

Medium:

sculpture


Location:

Port St. Lucie, FL, USA


Deadline:

05.20.2019


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Port St. Lucie is seeking a landmark, free standing, outdoor sculpture. Please note this project requires uncompensated completion of preliminary design(s) as part of the application process.

Lake Oswego, Oregon

Budget:

$275,000

Medium:

gateway project


Location:

Lake Oswego, Oregon, USA


Deadline:

06.03.2019


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This is an opportunity to be the first artist or artist team to create a public art Gateway of a size and scale that has never before been done in the City of Lake Oswego! The City of Lake Oswego through its agent, the Arts Council of Lake Oswego, seeks proposals for a commissioned public art gateway at Highway 43 and Terwilliger Boulevard. This project will produce a public art work to define the Northeastern gateway (entrance) into Lake Oswego. This art work will be a marker of boundary as people cross from one place into another and shall invoke a sense of place and be associated with the identity of Lake Oswego. The site is accessible from Highway 43 and Southwest Terwilliger Boulevard and is flanked by Tryon Creek State Park to the east and Tryon Cove Park to the west. Though accessible mainly by vehicular traffic, there are also bike and walking paths adjacent to the proposed site.

Nebraska Kearney

Budget:

$480,000

Medium:

distinctive artwork that acts as a beacon to draw people in


Location:

University of Nebraska Kearney, 9th Ave, Kearney, NE, USA


Deadline:

06.24.2019


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The University of Nebraska Kearney (UNK) is the higher-education center for central and western Nebraska, a regional epicenter for education, culture, health care and economy. This is a unique urban locale in a rural setting: University Village adds a “sense of place” within Kearney, with striking green spaces, trails and walkways, education, retails, recreational venues, and public art.

The site is at the heart of the 1.7 acre greenspace in the center of the new UNK University Village. The artwork will serve a focal point for a diverse community and as a backdrop to many activities. The committee envisions a significant, timeless and distinctive artwork that acts as a beacon to draw people in and invite them to stay and interact. The committee would like to consider artists who can design a large-scale structure vertically, and potentially work with light options.

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