City of West Hollywood (WeHo Arts)
06/30/22 5:00 PM PT
Opportunity for USA artists to install public art exhibits in California. Exhibits are intended for outdoor display and must be able to withstand the elements. Eligible types of project media include but are not limited to performance arts, 3D sculptures, and 2D vision arts exhibitions and murals. Exhibits will be installed in West Hollywood.
The Art on the Outside Subcommittee of the Arts and Cultural Affairs Commission reviews temporary public art projects in all media on behalf of the City. It is recommended that projects being proposed have a source of funding associated with them as the City receives many proposals for projects and City funding and staff resources for such projects are very limited. Applications are reviewed bi-annually at the Art on the Outside Subcommittee Meeting in January and July.
Proposals should include a competitive bid for the project to include an all inclusive budget to cover all costs associated with the exhibition including, but not limited to, the artist/curator fee(s), preparation of art works for exhibition, transportation of art elements, preparation of written exhibition didactics and labels, electrical engineering fees, structural engineering fees, and installation and de-installation services. The City will provide professional graphic design services for the signage and didactic material to accompany the exhibition.
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