Call to Artists
Artists interested in applying to Richmond Public Art opportunities may find the brochure Guidance for Applying to Public Art Calls helpful in preparing applications for consideration by a Selection Panel.
Clement Track and Field Art Fence for Minoru Park
Request for Qualifications, RFQ
The Richmond Public Art Program in collaboration with Parks Services is seeking an artist to create an artwork for a new fence that will be installed around the perimeter of Clement Track and Field in Minoru Park at 7191 Granville Avenue, Richmond, BC. The commissioned artist will work with City staff and a specialist fence supplier to develop the artwork design and submit vector-based digital files for production and fabrication of the fence panels. The cost of fabrication and installation will be the responsibility of the City of Richmond. Artists or artist teams with visual art practices in drawing, printmaking, painting and other mixed-media disciplines are encouraged to apply.
|Artist Fee:||$5,000 CAD|
|Eligibility:||Artists residing in Richmond, British Columbia|
|Deadline Extended:||Tuesday June 19, 2018 at 5:00pm PST|
|Completion:||Summer 2018 |
For more information and how to apply, please download the Clement Track Art Fence Artist Call Revised
Public Art Project for Alabaster Homes
Request for Qualifications and Expressions of Interest
Artist Fee: $50,455
Eligibility: Artists residing in British Columbia
Deadline: July 6, 2018, 12:00 p.m. PST
For more information and how to apply contact Leesa Strimbicki at email@example.com or 778-229-3335.
For more information and how to apply, please download the Alabaster Homes Public Art Project
Storeys Café Community Public Art Project
Request for Qualifications
The Richmond Public Art Program seeks an artist or artist team to create a digitally printed wall mural for the Storeys Café at 8080 Anderson Road, Richmond, BC. The commissioned artist will work with community members to encourage individual creative expression from a multi-generational and culturally diverse community within the Storeys development. Artists with socially engaged art practices incorporating drawing, painting, photography, printmaking and other mixed-media that can easily be digitally reproduced are encouraged to apply.
The project will provide opportunities for the local community to participate in social, cross-cultural exchange and hands-on art making activities. Artists with experience working with individuals with special needs or who are vulnerable or at risk would be an asset.
Artist Fee: $6,500
Eligibility: Artists residing in Greater Vancouver
Deadline: Thursday, June 28, 2018
Completion: Fall 2018
For more information and how to apply, please download the Stories Cafe Artist Call RFQ