Public Art Calls

Public art calls for non-members are $25. Art calls for members are free.

 

Non-members can download the payment form here
*Please note, this is not a fillable form

 

Please send your art calls (in Word format) to

 

Ottawa Odyssey Theatre, Ottawa, ON

British Columbia

CityPositionOrganization
Richmond, BC
2019-2021 Community Mural Program
City of Richmond
Deadline:
July 31, 2019
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Description

The Richmond Public Art Program invites artists residing in British Columbia to submit applications to be placed on the Community Mural Artist Roster for 2019–2021.

The Community Mural Artist Roster will be updated biannually and will provide a list of pre-qualified artists to work with community groups, business or property owners, schools, and/or private developers proposing murals on their buildings. The Roster will include artists with a range of artistic styles, mediums and approaches.

Artists with demonstrated experience and skill sets working with multiple project stakeholders and with executing indoor and outdoor murals are encouraged to apply.

Deadline:  Wednesday, July 31, 2019 by 5:00 p.m. PST.

Roster Timeline: 2019–2021

For more information and to apply, please visit https://www.richmond.ca/culture/publicart/opportunities.htm or  download the application.

Ontario

CityPositionOrganization
Ottawa, ON
RFQ - Chapel Hill Park & Ride
City of Ottawa
Deadline:
August 21, 2019
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Description

Call to Artists
Request for qualifications

Chapel Hill Park & Ride

The City of Ottawa’s Public Art Program invites artists to submit qualifications for consideration to design, fabricate and install a temporary artwork for Chapel Hill Park & Ride as outlined in this Call to Artists.

Deadline for Submissions: Wednesday, August 21, 2019, 12 noon, EST

Budget: $18,000 plus HST

Information: Hannah Kingscote, Public Art Officer
publicartprogram@ottawa.ca , 613-244-4429

The complete Call to artists: ottawa.ca/publicartprogram

Public Art Opportunity

The City of Ottawa invites professional artists or artist teams to submit qualifications for the opportunity to design, fabricate and install a temporary artwork for Chapel Hill Park and Ride. This two-stage competition is held in accordance with the Public Art Policy. This Request for Proposals document provides information, details and submission requirements relating to the Chapel Hill Park and Ride and to this public art competition.

Chapel Hill Park and Ride – Project Vision & Description

The City of Ottawa is designing and constructing a new Park and Ride facility at Navan Road and Brian Coburn Boulevard. Chapel Hill Park and Ride is identified as an ‘interim’ facility, with plans for the site to be integrated into future phases of Bus Rapid Transit development. Currently, it is expected that the earliest any changes will be made to the facility will be in 2032, therefore the public artwork that is installed as part of this opportunity will be deemed to be temporary for approximately 13 years. Towards the end of the lifespan of the Park and Ride, the future of the installed artwork will be determined depending on a variety of factors including the proposed changes to the site, the condition of the artwork, etc.

 


 

Appel aux artistes
Demande de qualification
Parc‑o‑bus Chapel Hill

Le Programme d’art public de la Ville d’Ottawa invite les artistes à se qualifier pour participer à un concours visant la conception, la fabrication et l’installation d’une œuvre d’art temporaire destinée au parc‑o‑bus Chapel Hill, comme le précise le présent appel aux artistes.

Date de clôture : Le mercredi 21 août 2019, à midi, heure de l’Est
Budget totale : 18 000 $, TVH en sus
Renseignements :Hannah Kingscote, agente d’art public
  programmedartpublic@ottawa.ca, 613 244 4429

L’appel aux artistes : ottawa.ca/programmedartpublic

Projet d’art public

La Ville d’Ottawa invite les artistes ou collectifs d’artistes professionnels à se porter candidats à ce concours et se qualifier en vue de concevoir, de fabriquer et d’installer une œuvre d’art temporaire pour le parc‑o‑bus Chapel Hill. Ce concours en deux étapes est tenu conformément à la Politique d’art public. La présente demande de propositions fournit de l’information et des renseignements détaillés et décrit les exigences de la participation au projet de parc‑o‑bus Chapel Hill, ainsi qu’au concours d’art public.

Parc‑o‑bus Chapel Hill – Vision et description du projet

La Ville d’Ottawa travaille actuellement à la conception et à la construction d’un nouveau parc‑o‑bus à l’angle du chemin Navan et du boulevard Brian‑Coburn. Il est prévu que le parc‑o‑bus Chapel Hill sera une installation temporaire dont les plans d’emplacement seront intégrés à des phases ultérieures de l’aménagement du réseau de transport en commun rapide par autobus. À l’heure actuelle, on s’attend à ce que des modifications soient apportées à l’installation au plus tôt en 2032, de sorte que l’œuvre d’art public qui sera installée temporairement dans le cadre de ce projet demeurera en place pendant environ 13 ans. Vers la fin de la durée de vie du parc‑o‑bus, l’avenir de l’œuvre d’art installée sera déterminé en fonction de divers facteurs, notamment les changements proposés au site et l’état de l’œuvre.