GenomoChroma by Ray King

Public Art Opportunities

Utah Public Art Program Opportunities

MTech Trades & Technology – Request for qualifications from artists and/or artist teams interested in creating site specific artwork for the Mountainland Technical College Trades and Technology Building in Lehi, UT. The Selection Committee for this project suggests artists may consider the College and its union between educational training and economic development, quality of life and/or the topography and community of Mountainland and northern Utah County. Apply at:
 Budget: $202,000 – Deadline: March 1, 2019

Other Utah Public Art Opportunities

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Convergence by Douwe Blumberg

National & International Public Art Opportunities

Pedestrian Bridge + Sculpture Phoenix Airport [Phoenix, AZ] The Phoenix Office of Arts and Culture, in partnership with City of Phoenix Aviation Department, is seeking professional artists or artist teams to create new public art for Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport.One artist or artist team will be selected to create artwork within the pedestrian bridge leading to the new concourse. A second artist or artist team will be selected to create a large-scale sculpture suspended or mounted to the ceiling of the entry space in the Concourse.  
Budget: $750,000 / $1,000,000 – Deadline: January 18, 2019

Richards Park [North Kansas City, MO] This “Call to Artists” is seeking Artists wishing to be considered by the Committee for a commissioned unique and site-specific sculpture(s). The exhibition will be located in Richards Park, located near the heart of North Kansas City across the street from the North Kansas City YMCA. 
Budget: $75,000 – Deadline: January 25, 2019

Ottawa Public Library and Archives [Ottawa, Canada] The City of Ottawa invites professional artists or artist teams to submit qualifications for the opportunity to design, fabricate and install a permanent, site-specific artwork integrated into the facility. 
Budget: $600,000 (CAD) – Deadline: February 4, 2019

AlexRenew Public Art Residency [Alexandria, VA] The selected artist will have an all-inclusive budget of $30,000 and will be engaged for 18 months, which will include an initial immersion period, followed by proposing a project and time to implement the project. Artists will work collaboratively with Public Art Program and AlexRenew staff throughout the process and should have an interest in exploring water-related environmental issues and working with communities.
Budget: $30,000 – Deadline: February 10, 2019

Manhattan Beach City Hall [Manhattan Beach, CA] The City of Manhattan Beach, invites artists, as individuals or teams to submit qualifications for the design and implementation of a public art project at the Manhattan Beach City Hall. The proposed location is in the entry way to City Hall and will replace a mural that is being moved to another location.
Budget: $250,000 – Deadline: February 13, 2019


Jim Glenn
Visual & Public Art Manager
Lisa Greenhalgh
Visual & Public Art