|Hometown Art Project 2020||Please scroll down to see all details|
1.) Invite artists to submit up to 3 concepts/ideas as a proposal for art committee review. In consideration are the budget for the project, how well the art complements the site and enhances the community.
2.) First submissions are due January 15th. Presentation to the art committee is scheduled for Monday, January 27, 2020. (Attendance is not mandatory, but strongly recommended.)
3.) 3 artists will be selected to submit one fully developed concept with maquette and formal presentation. This will be presented to art committee and then delivered to the Hometown community.
4.) The finalist will be paid a $1,000 stipend for their presentation. (Maquettes will be the property of Hometown)
5.) The Hometown community will hold a vote on a Saturday (TBD) and select the winning project.
6.) Installation will be scheduled 3 months after community vote/selection.
Budget $35k - 50K depending on proposed project
Hometown community responsible for pad and lighting
Presentation due January 15th, 2020
Top three finalist paid $1,000 stipend to submit maquette and final presentation to art committee/public
Monumental scale, site specific work of art -
- Placed at end of park, must be interactive, family friendly, safe to climb on and large enough to anchor end of public space.
- Preferred: Mixed media
- Durable material, weather resistant, able to endure extreme Texas weather, safe for community interaction.
- Community: Conservative, full-spectrum of residents, tots to seniors.
- The trees at the end of the park is very important to surrounding residents, the open space is used by area children.
|Location: 8224 Euclid Ave., North Richland Hills, Texas 76180 (Corner of Euclid Avenue & Avalon)|