Friday, October 17, 2008

Cleveland Public Art: revised deadline for three public art projects

The city of Cleveland, through its Public Art Program, is requesting qualifications from single artists or teams of artists interested in producing artwork for any or all of three new public art projects with in the city. The public art opportunities arise out of capital improvements recently undertaken by the city’s water division. If you visit the competitions page of the Cleveland Public Art website, you can download a concise version of the call, which provides all the information you would need, or, if you prefer, a slightly more elaborate version is also available.

Project budgets range from $25,000 to $149,000. Please share this information with anyone you know who may be interested.

Cleveland Public Art is a private, non-profit organization administering this call under contract to the City of Cleveland.

Art projects will be in wards 6, 11, and 13 in proximity to city water facilities. About $211,000 has been set aside to spend on artists' projects. The New submission deadline is Friday, November 7th, 2008.

Interested persons may visit for more information or email

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