Denver Public Art calls for qualified artists for new 39th Avenue Greenway and Open Channel project
Entries due by Monday, November 12, 11:59pm Denver time
- More information: http://DenverPublicArt.org
Applications will be accepted at http://CallforEntry.org through Monday, Nov. 12, 11:59 p.m. The budget for this project is $400,000 and the commission is open to all local, national or international artists.
The selection panel is seeking one-of-a-kind two- and three-dimensional artwork(s) in any media, materials and formats including interactive art, environmental art, sound art and/or landscape art. The artwork will be located in the new 12-acre recreational greenway between Franklin and Steele streets which will serve as a safe community gathering space as well as reduce flood risks to nearby homes and businesses.
The artwork should celebrate the Clayton and Cole neighborhoods and help instill a sense of continuity throughout the Greenway by providing a progression or a narrative to unify the public spaces.