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KC Streetcar / Deadline: July 24

The City of Kansas City, Missouri in partnership with the Kansas City Area Transportation Authority and the Kansas City Streetcar Authority is seeking an artist/artist team for a permanent installation with the KC Streetcar Extension. This project will extend the streetcar 3.6 miles south on Main Street, adding 16 stops and connecting the Downtown starter...
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Franconia Sculpture Park Residency / Deadline: August 1

Franconia provides a communal residency experience where up to 18 selected artists live on-site at their 4500 sq. ft. farmhouse. Applicants should express an interest in investigating and creating work exploring intersectional impacts between public art and public health. Proposals should address some aspect of public health in their work, including interpreting or recognizing its...
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RiverArtes V Seeks Public Art / Deadline: June 1

RiverArtes V is a biennial exhibition of public art by sculptors of international, national and regional prominence designed to celebrate the vitality of Owensboro, Kentucky, enhance its creative placemaking efforts, establish it as a cultural tourism destination and enrich the lives of its residents and visitors. The Owensboro Museum of Fine Art sponsors the project...
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Creative Time / Deadline: May 17

For nearly 50 years, Creative Time has commissioned and presented ambitious public art projects with thousands of artists throughout New York City, across the country, around the world—and even in outer space. This work is guided by three core values: art matters, artists’ voices are important in shaping society, and public spaces are places for...
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Clinton National Airport Seeks RFQs / Deadline: May 9

Bill and Hillary Clinton National Airport in Little Rock is interested in commissioning an artist, or artist team, to create a site-specific work of art for a  wall in the airport concourse area. The opportunity is for the design and possibly  fabrication and installation of a custom site-specific artwork made from durable,  low maintenance materials. The...
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Art in the Loop (KC) / Deadline: March 7

The Art in the Loop Foundation (AILF) seeks artists for the  2022 Summer Public Art program in Downtown Kansas City, Missouri. Through a competitive, open-call process, AILF selects local artists to create temporary, site-specific work along and near the KC Streetcar route in Downtown Kansas City. Artwork will be viewed by thousands of KC Streetcar...
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Kansas Roster for Mural and Public Art / Deadline: January 7

The Kansas Creative Arts Industries maintains an approved Roster of Kansas-based artists working specifically on public art and mural projects. Applicants for this roster must have a history of public work and maintain a reasonable fee range. Artists will work on public projects that include community engagement aspects including but not limited to workshops, lecture-demonstrations,...
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Oklahoma Art in Public Places Seeks Artists for New Work Commemorating Choctaw Code Talkers / Deadline: December 1

The Oklahoma Arts Council, in partnership with the Oklahoma Office Management and Enterprise Services, announces a call for artists for a painting commemorating the Choctaw Code Talkers of World War 1 for an Oklahoma Art in Public Places project at the Oklahoma State Capitol. The artwork will be placed in the west hallway of the second...
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Call for Public Art in Key West / Deadline: November 21

The Studios of Key West is seeking proposals for public art at its primary facility at 533 Eaton Street, a three story, 16000sf art center with galleries, classrooms, a theater, roof terrace and bookstore. Any proposals will be considered, however interest is centered on two specific locations detailed on its application page. The request is...
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Pathway to Hope Public Art (Tulsa) / Deadline: November 15

The Pathway to Hope Public Art Trail is a public art project in Tulsa, Oklahoma that adds artwork to six underpasses of Interstate 244. Each underpass will address a specific theme connected to the Greenwood District, both historic and present. Significant community engagement will be an essential element of the artwork proposal. The call is for...
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