Public Art

Mural for the Town of Tarboro

Tarboro

The Tarboro Development Corporation, an affiliate of the North Carolina Main Street Program, requests proposals from artists interested in creating a commissioned public art mural in Tarboro. This project is one of several initiatives intended to create a welcoming environment and enrich the downtown Tarboro experience for community members and visitors. The project budget is $5,000. 

Deadline: 
Friday, August 30, 2019
Contact Name : 
Megan Funk
Contact Title: 
Design Committee Chairman
Contact Email: 
mfunk@chg-inc.com

Permanent Sculpture for Paddison Memorial Library

Kernersville

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Public Art Commission is seeking an artist to design and create a permanent sculpture in the courtyard of the newly constructed Paddison Memorial Library in Kernersville, NC. Budget is $48,000. 

Deadline: 
Friday, July 12, 2019
Contact Email: 
kellyb@cityofws.org
Phone Number: 
(336) 747-7062

Bike Rack for Paddison Memorial Library

Kernersville

The Winston-Salem/Forsyth County Public Art Commission is seeking an artist to design and create an artistic bike rack for the entrance of the newly constructed Paddison Memorial Library in Kernersville, NC. Budget is $10,000. 

Deadline: 
Friday, July 12, 2019
Contact Email: 
kellyb@cityofws.org
Phone Number: 
(336) 747-7062

Sculpture in the Landscape

Goldsboro

Goldsboro's Downtown Development Corporation, with the help of Sculpture in the Landscape, is looking to lease several sculptures for one year with honorariums ranging from $1,000 - $3,000. They will be placed in the Center Street Streetscape.

Deadline: 
Friday, July 5, 2019
Contact Email: 
jdavis@sculptureinthelandscape.com
Phone Number: 
(919) 414-5921

Outdoor Sculpture Walk

Blowing Rock

Up to 50 sculptors will be selected to participate in the Sculpture Walk surrounding Chetola Lake in Blowing Rock, NC. The Sculpture Walk on Chetola Lake is a national competitive exhibition offering emerging, mid-career and professional sculptors a notable venue. All types and manner of sculpture are accepted including site specific installations, with preference given to mid and large-scale works. Applicants will be automically enrolled for consideration in a permanent sculpture placement along the Interstate 321 corridor. The sculpture walk will take place on August 9-11, 2019.

Deadline: 
Friday, August 2, 2019
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