Tag: Calls for artists
This spring the Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS) is offering an intensive two-day basic training overview on how to work successfully in the area of commissioned public artwork. Invested in cultivating and training the next generation of public artists, ARTS has created a free training to prepare artists who are ready to translate their […][More]
In collaboration with Seattle Parks and Recreation (Parks), we’re seeking two artists or artist teams to each create temporary, site-specific public art projects for downtown Seattle’s Westlake Park, located at 401 Pine St. The selected artists will create artworks that activate the park during summer 2013. The call is open to artists who are Washington […][More]
We’re seeking two-dimensional or three-dimensional artworks depicting weather-related or atmospheric phenomena for a competitive, direct purchase for Seattle Public Utilities‘ Portable Works Collection. Artwork should reference air, water, temperature or light and may or may not be representational. All types of media will be considered. Artists working in color are encouraged to apply. The call […][More]
We’re seeking an artist or artist team to create artwork for Landsburg Park as part of Seattle Public Utilities’ (SPU) Landsburg Facilities and Chlorination Project. The Landsburg Facilities site is a pristine forested area in the western foothills of the Cascade mountain range, 28 miles southeast of Seattle in the Cedar River Municipal Watershed. The […][More]
Our director Vincent Kitch celebrates 50 years of arts in Seattle and The Next Fifty. We’re seeking artists to create temporary art installations along Greenwood Avenue North and the Central Waterfront. We’re also seeking an artist to develop artwork for the Lower Mapes Creek Restoration Project in Rainier Beach. We’re opening a new Cultural Facilities […][More]
Posted: April 10th, 2012 under Art Beat, eNews, Events, News, Public Art.
Tags: brown bag, Calls for artists, Cultural Facilities Program, King Street Station, Mapes Creek, Rebar, Seattle Center, temporary artworks, the Next 50, The World's Fair, workshop
We’re seeking artists to create temporary art installations along Greenwood Avenue North and the Central Waterfront for the project Art Interruptions. Art Interruptions encourages artists to install artworks on city sidewalks and parks and offer passers-by a brief interruption in their day with a moment of surprise, beauty or humor. Possible locations for artworks include […][More]
Our director Vincent Kitch talks about art adventures and budget. The 2012 CityArtist Projects funding program for individual artists is now open. Learn about our Neighborhood & Community Arts (NCA) funding program. We’re seeking two artists to create semi-permanent, site-specific installations for Seattle City Light’s North and South Service Centers. Stokley Towles’ does a free, […][More]
We currently have two calls for artists open! The application deadline for both calls is 11 p.m., Monday, Aug. 29 (Pacific Daylight Time). We’re seeking approximately 50 to 75 artists for a juried roster of professional artists eligible for consideration for future public art projects. The projects will be at city utility facilities, parks, in the […][More]
Seattle Public Schools just announced a $1 million planning grant to enhance arts instruction in the schools. We opened two calls for artists. The 2011 Mayor’s Arts Awards are coming up soon. The Seattle Mural at Seattle Center’s Mural Amphitheatre is getting a facelift. And Pioneer Square’s Occidental Square has turned into an experimental art gallery. […][More]
Posted: August 8th, 2011 under Art Beat, Arts Education, Calls for Artists, eNews, Events, Mayor's Arts Awards, News, Public Art, Seattle Presents.
Tags: artist-in-residence, Arts Education, ARTSPARKS, Calls for artists, City Hall, City Hall galleries, concerts, conservation, exhibition, grant, Mayor's Arts Awards, Occidental Square, Only in Seattle, Public Art, public art roster, Seattle, Seattle as Collector, Seattle City Light, Seattle Comprehensive Plan, Seattle Mural, Seattle Presents, Seattle Public Schools, Vitality Index, Wallace Foundation
We’re seeking an artist-in-residence to highlight Seattle City Light’s conservation projects, beginning this fall. The artist will study the utility’s energy conservation programs and develop a series of innovative projects to bring awareness to conservation. Seattle City Light, the first carbon-neutral utility in the nation, released its 2010 annual report this week. The artist-in-residence will […][More]