REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS: Imagine Art in Old Courthouse Square
The City of Santa Rosa Public Art Program is seeking an artist or team of artists to design, fabricate and install site-specific public art at the north end of Old Courthouse Square which is the terminus of Mendocino Avenue in Downtown Santa Rosa, CA. Deadline to submit qualifications has been EXTENDED to January 13, 2020. Download the Request for Qualifications HERE.
HOW TO APPLY
Go online to https://srcity.submittable.com/submit. Select ‘Imagine Art in Old Courthouse Square’ and complete the Submittable online form.
Once submitted, a follow-up email will notify the applicant that their application has been successfully received via the email provided in the online form. Please contact Tara Thompson, City of Santa Rosa Arts Coordinator at email@example.com or at (707) 543 4512 with any questions or concerns about the submission process.
This commission is open to practicing, professional artists residing in the United States.
DESCRIPTION OF PROJECT OPPORTUNITY: IMAGINE ART – OLD COURTHOUSE SQUARE
This public art opportunity is for an artist or team of artists to design, fabricate and install site-specific public art at the terminus of Mendocino Avenue at the north end of Old Courthouse Square in Downtown Santa Rosa, CA.
The goal of this completed project is to provide the entire Santa Rosa community with a prominent artistic symbol that reflects the uniquely Santa Rosa values of innovation and cultural inclusivity. This art installation should inspire people living in, and visiting, our city to reflect on what is special about our community and encourage them to gather downtown to experience it first-hand.
The artist or artist team selected for this project will create a dynamic public art installation that contributes to a vital, thriving space to connect with each other and with the space. The public art should be forward-thinking and express the innovation, diversity, and engagement of the community. The public art should help create a sense of place for Old Courthouse Square.
The selected artist(s) will have access to responses to a community survey to assess initial aspirations for the public art.