Deadline EXTENDED: Livingston Park Public Art Project

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EXTENDED DEADLINE: Friday, May 15 @ 5PM
The Neighborhood Design Center, with support from The Columbus Public Art Program, the Greater Columbus Arts Council, the Columbus Foundation and the Dailey Foundation has launched the Request for Qualification/Artist Call for the
 Livingston Park Public Art Project.

Visit the website for the details

Livingston Park, located on Livingston Avenue across the street from Children’s Hospital, between Ann Street and South 18th Street in Columbus, is a prime location to showcase a community-oriented and historically-themed masterpiece. The project is the second in a series to celebrate Livingston Avenue as the location of the first streetcar line in Columbus. Artists living and/or working in Ohio are welcome to submit qualifications for this excellent opportunity.
Budget: $50,000, all inclusive.

Technical questions about the online submission process (i.e., image upload, etc.) should be directed to:  Ruby Harper, Greater Columbus Arts Council at rharper@gcac.org with Streetcar District Art Series in the subject Line. For all other questions please contact Isabela Gould at The Neighborhood Design Center, 614.221.5001, isabelag@theneighborhooddesigncenter.org

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Livingston Park Public Art Project- Final Days

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The Neighborhood Design Center, with support from The Columbus Public Art Program, the Greater Columbus Arts Council, the Columbus Foundation and the Dailey Foundation has launched the Request for Qualification/Artist Call for the Livingston Park Public Art Project.

DEADLINE: May 15, 2015 by 5 PM

Visit the website for the details

Livingston Park, located on Livingston Avenue across the street from Children’s Hospital, between Ann Street and South 18th Street in Columbus, is a prime location to showcase a community-oriented and historically-themed masterpiece. The project is the second in a series to celebrate Livingston Avenue as the location of the first streetcar line in Columbus. Artists living and/or working in Ohio are welcome to submit qualifications for this excellent opportunity.
Budget: $50,000, all inclusive.

Technical questions about the online submission process (i.e., image upload, etc.) should be directed to:  Ruby Harper, Greater Columbus Arts Council at rharper@gcac.org with Streetcar District Art Series in the subject Line. For all other questions please contact Isabela Gould at The Neighborhood Design Center, 614.221.5001, isabelag@theneighborhooddesigncenter.org

 

Worthington Art Festival: Emerging Artists represented at the MAC

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The Peggy R. McConnell Arts Center is hosting an Emerging Artist section on the front lawn of the facility during the Worthington Art Festival from June 20- 21, 2015. This program is implemented to promote Ohio artists -either students or those within the first three years of their career- who have little or no selling or exhibiting experience in festivals.

All applicants must submit a complete application packet, which includes three (3) images of the artist’s work and one (1) image of his/ her exhibit, a brief biography of the artist and a description of his/her artwork. Artwork must be the original creation of the entering artist and exemplify characteristics of fine arts or fine crafts. While tents are encouraged, they are not required.

Applications are due by April 15, 2015. 

Download the application form

 Interested artists are asked to apply early, as booth fee checks are not cashed until accepted.

Acceptance notifications will be sent out on May 1, 2015.

Click here for more information on the Worthington Art Festival