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January 07, 2014
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March 12, 2013
March 07, 2013
Gateway to Downtown New WestminsterCity of New WestminsterSubmission Deadline: March 6, 2015Budget: $75,000To view the PDF application click here.
The City of Port Moody is seeking a professional artist or artist team to design a vehicle wrap for its fifth waste collection truck. In 2009, Port Moody moved to an automated collection system where standardized garbage, recycling, and yard waste carts are emptied using a mechanical arm on a truck. In connection with these initiatives, Port Moody’s first four automated trucks began curbside collection in 2009. In 2010 and 2011 four automated trucks were decorated with artist-designed vinyl wraps.
The City of Richmond Public Art Program, in partnership with the Minoru Civic Precinct development team and design consultants, is seeking an artist to work collaboratively with design consultants, Hughes Condon Marler Architects (HCMA), PWL Partnership Inc. and a dedicated signage consultant on the physical and conceptual development of the landscape and urban realm including exterior and interior circulation routes, street edges, entry points, parking areas and environmental graphics, linking the Minoru Complex development to the rest of the Minoru Civic Precinct.
The Richmond Public Art Program invites artists residing in the BC Lower Mainland to submit applications to be considered for a 30-member artist roster for 2014–2016. The artists on the roster will be automatically considered for commission, to provide one original artwork in a digital format for a series of art wraps on utility boxes located in and around Richmond. Artists may be selected for one or more utility boxes.
The City of Port Moody is seeking an artist, or artist team, to create a significant piece of public art for the newly renovated Moody Street Overpass. All project details and submission requirements can be found in the Call for Qualifications. The Call for Qualifications may be downloaded in either PDF or Word formats from www.portmoody.ca, Arts & Culture tab, Arts News. Deadline for qualification submissions is Tuesday April 1, 2014.
Quintet Development Public Art Project – Request for Qualifications
The City of Richmond’s Public Art Program seeks to commission a permanent artwork to be installed on a prominent wall in the interior lobby of a new city centre community amenity building, located at 5900 Minoru Boulevard.
All information about the project is contained in the PDF Terms of Reference document accessible from our ‘Call to Artists’ webpage:
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