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Posted on: April 19, 2021

City Calls For Duck Lot Artists

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GRANTS PASS – The City of Grants Pass Committee on Public Art is seeking proposals from artists to add public art to the city’s Duck Parking Lot. The Duck Lot located at the corner of Seventh and G Streets will become the next city-owned wildlife themed lot to receive a new art installation slated for fiscal year 2021-22.

Proposed art installations should reflect the duck theme of the lot. Art should be proposed for placement on an appropriate base that meets city codes and engineering requirements. There are multiple locations at the lot that are suitable for an art installation.

Proposals should include renderings and complete descriptions of the installation specifications. Artist submissions should include a resume and or curriculum vitae, short biography, statement of interest, and details about the proposed project site at the lot. Up to four examples of recent work should also be included as prints or digital images.

Proposals for work up to $15,000 will be considered. Proposals must include a budget detailing materials cost, project costs, installation fees, any necessary permit fees, and artist fees.

Proposals can be submitted in person, by standard mail, or by email. Proposals must be received by 5 p.m. Tuesday, June 1.

For additional information, or to submit a proposal, contact Business Advocate Susan Seereiter at (541)450-6014, or email: sseereiter@grantspassoregon.gov.

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