outdoor art

Call for Sculptors

The Allied Arts Council along with the City of St. Joseph invites regional, national, and international sculpture artists to enter a sculpture for the 10th annual St. Joseph Sculpture Walk!


The Sculpture Walk is an exhibit of beautiful outdoor sculptures displayed for one year in Downtown St. Joseph, Missouri.  A guided "First Walk" will be held in June 2023.  


The selected sculptures will be displayed Downtown for the June 2023-May 2024 exhibition. Artists selected to receive a $750 honorarium per sculpture selected and compete for up to $13,000 in cash prize awards.  Each sculpture is for sale to the public. Additionally, one sculpture is purchased to become a permanent part of St. Joseph’s public art collection.


Tooele Technical College Public Art Opportunity - Utah Public Art

The mission of Tooele Technical College is to provide rewarding, competency-based, affordable, and accessible career preparation for youth and adults to meet the needs of Utah employers. It concentrates on providing competency-based, flexible, affordable, high tech and focused workforce training for high wage jobs and complimentary services in an open-entry / open-exit environment.

Sculpture Evergreen Annual Sculpture Walk

Sculpture Evergreen has established a program of art acquisition that will beautify public buildings and open spaces in Evergreen, CO, located in the foothills west of Denver. Our mission is to encourage the expression and appreciation of art through education and other public activities and programs. A critical component of Sculpture Evergreen's mission is the annual Sculpture Walk. This is a juried exhibition of up to 16 large sculptures suitable for OUTDOOR DISPLAY. These will be on display for one year, until June, 2021, with the possibility of a few being held over for an additional year (with artist's permission. An additional stipend will be paid).  Sculptures must arrive in Evergreen on Friday, June 5, 2020. Sculptures will be installed Saturday, June 6, 2020.

Sculpture in the City - Tenth Edition

Sculpture in the City is an award-winning urban sculpture park which launches in June. A cultural initiative delivered by the City of London in partnership with 13 local businesses, it is sited in the EC3 (insurance district) area of the City, around the iconic towers of the Gherkin, the Cheesegrater, Lloyd’s building as well as inside Leadenhall Market. The call for submissions for the tenth edition of Sculpture in the City is now open for preexisting works that can be exhibited outdoors from May 2020 to May 2021. Deadline for applications is 22nd September 2019.

The works submitted for consideration need to be suitable for outdoor display and available for display May 2020 to May 2021.  

Deadline for submissions 22nd September 2019

Mural Project Edmonds Summer 2019

Mural Project Edmonds is a subcommittee of Art Walk Edmonds (a 501(c)(3) non-profit arts organization) seeking qualified muralists or muralist teams to create outdoor murals for multiple walls in downtown Edmonds, Washington. Two new mural installations are planned for the summer of 2019. Exact size and location of murals is currently in final selection phase.

Project implementation: Two new mural installations have been identified for the summer of 2019. Completion deadline is September 30, 2019.

Budget: All-inclusive budget is $5,000 - $10,000 per mural, to be determined based on project size and complexity.

15th Annual Sculpture Garden Exhibition

The year-long Art On The Green Sculpture Garden Exhibition at The Kemp Center for the Arts is in its 15th year. The juror will accept between 8 and 10 pieces for exhibition. Artwork is exhibited for 12 months.  In addition to installation stipends, there will be three cash prizes awarded by the juror/judge at the time of installation.

All forms of outdoor sculpture will be considered, provided it meets the requirements of the prospectus.  The exhibit space surrounds a public building; artwork will be placed throughout the site at the sole discretion of the contracted installer and Arts Council staff.

The juror for this event is John Van Alstine.  Mr. Van Alstine's resume and work can be seen on his website here: johnvanalstine.com.


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