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Public Art Program offers opportunities

Submitted by the Utah Divsion of Arts and MuseumsThe Utah Division of Arts & Museums' Public Art Program has three new artist opportunities available and is requesting qualifications and letters of interest from artists who wish to create site specific p
  • University of Utah Crocker Science Center — Deadline: June 29. Artist(s) needed to create work for the public spaces that incorporates crosscutting themes in science concepts and provoke visitors and students to "think like a scientist" and "act like a researcher," work that helps deepen the conceptual exploration of the Nature of Science.
  • Salt Lake Community College Westpointe Campus — Deadline: June 30. In honor of and in keeping with SLCC’s desire to create a "state of the art" facility to serve the technical education needs of Westpointe, Salt Lake City and environs, the Art Selection Committee for this project is interested in working with an artist(s) that understands this pride of place and the earnest desire to serve the community.
  • Utah State University Center for Clinical Excellence — Deadline: July 8. Artist(s) sought who will reinforce this specialized facility as a warm, inviting, and soothing place; integrated with elements that inspire health and wellness; responsive to a diverse range of needs and abilities; a teaching tool for clinical research; accommodating to a variety of treatments for chronic physical, mental, and behavioral health conditions; comfortable and supportive to visiting families; and overall an environment that creates a sense of joy and hope.

    Artists may submit the required materials via callforentry.org . The full description of each project is available at: publicart.utah.gov .


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