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SR3 Sealife Response, Rehabilitation, and Research at the Des Moines Marina Fencing Artwork

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The Des Moines Arts Commission is looking for an artist to create imagery for the new fencing that surround the location of SR3 Sealife Response, Rehabilitation, and Research located on the Des Moines Marina Floor. 

 

Opportunity

SR3 is a marine wildlife hospital that will provide response and rehabilitation for sick or injured marine animals. This will be the first facility of its kind in the Pacific Northwest, putting Des Moines on the front lines of rescuing and protecting our incredible marine wildlife!  

 

We are looking for an experienced artist to provide 2D artwork for up to 400 feet of [Size of fence] mesh fence wrap that will be a visual barrier for the facility. The desired artwork will be expected to feature some or all of the animals that the organization works with including seals, sea lions, sea turtles, sea otters, dolphins, harbor porpoise, killer whales, and humpback whales. 

 

Artwork should speak to a large demographic of ages and include interactive segments for marine mammal education and room for informational placards. 

 

Design work image will be printed to a mesh fencing and will be converted to a digital format. The file must be able to transfer to high-resolution format with a minimum of 300dpi at 1/12th scale. File Formats and Size below.

 

Prize summary: 
$5,000 including design review and execution
Deadline: 
07/13/2020

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Art Wall Project

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Are you interested in implementing a mural onto a prominent location in the Art Town Mänttä-Vilppula? The application period for Serlachius Residency’s Art Wall project for the year 2021 is open until April 1st 2020.

In addition to the usual applications for the residency, applications will open for the four-month long Art Wall project, which will be implemented in collaboration with Art Town Mänttä-Vilppula and in cooperation with Housing Company Mäntän Mäntylinna.

During the project, a wall painting will be produced for the gable end of Mäntylinna block of flats. Located centrally along the access road to the heart of the town, the site forms a part of built cultural environment of national importance (RKY of the Finnish Heritage Agency) in Mänttä. 

 

Prizes Details: 

A fee of EUR 8,000 will be paid to the artist or group of artists selected for the project. The residency and the town of Mänttä-Vilppula together with other private funders will be responsible for the production costs of the project.

Deadline: 
04/01/2020

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DC Local Artists Wanted for Public Mural

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Living Classrooms Foundation of the National Capital Region (Living Classrooms) seeks a muralist to create conservation-themed murals for five cement bridge panels along the Benning Road Ethel Kennedy Bridge near the Benning Road entrance to Kingman and Heritage Islands. Kingman Island is an incredible natural resource and recreation area and was designated a state conservation area by Mayor Muriel Bowser in 2018. 

The purpose of this project is to beautify access to the Islands by creating an attractive passage, while simultaneously increasing stewardship from the local community. The commissioned murals are planned for the areas of the bridge closest to the Island’s entrance. In addition to the murals, community members will be stenciling wildlife images on panels along the full span of the bridge. Note that the mural sites will be prepped by Living Classrooms staff and volunteers.

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  • Visual artists age 18 and older.
  • Preference given to District residents, especially of Wards 7 and 8.
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$1,250 for the five murals at the completion of the project, with all work taking place in spring 2020, completed by end of May 2020.

Deadline: 
02/14/2020

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Mural Honoring HIV Long Term Survivors

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Openhouse invites artists to submit qualifications and ideas for the design and implementation of a mural project at the Openhouse Community Center in San Francisco, the heart of a new, long-awaited housing complex for LGBTQ Seniors. The mural will honor and celebrate HIV Long Term Survivors, and create a welcoming environment for community members and visitors.

Deadline: 
05/22/2019

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