Each year, hundreds of projects from across the country are submitted for review, and up to 50 are selected as examples of outstanding public art projects. All submissions go through a selective review process. This year a record 430 project submissions were received and only 47 projects were selected. A full list of projects and more information about Year in Review can be found at www.PublicArtNetwork.org. Congratulations James, this is quite an honor!
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Originally posted on Tacoma Arts:
Application Deadline: May 1, 2017, 11:59 PM Opportunity 1 (Exterior Mural) Budget: $8,000, all-inclusive Opportunity 2 (Decorative Gate) Budget: $12,000, all-inclusive Eligibility: Must live within Tacoma city limits; 18 years or older. Panel will prioritize artists with ties to the Hilltop community Opportunity The Tacoma Community Redevelopment Authority, in partnership…