A call for artists has been issued for a $250,000 public art project at Tulsa International Airport. Through its Airport Public Art and Culture Program, Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust is seeking submissions for a bold, innovative, and engaging suspended art installation at the airport.
Open to all professional artists, artist teams, designers, and firms, the call offers two highly visible potential locations for the suspended installation. Artists can choose between the two options—above a security checkpoint, or above the ticket counters.
The project is part of the trust’s efforts to modernize facilities as the number of annual passenger grows, and to provide a first-class welcoming experience that reflects the culture and lifestyle of Tulsa.
Deadline to apply is June 2.