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Current Competitions

2019 TRANSFORMER CABINET MURAL PROJECT

The City of Fort Collins Art in Public Places Program (APP) seeks to commission multiple artists/teams to work with the Project Team to develop concepts for murals to be painted on transformer cabinets located in Fort Collins, Colorado. The murals are intended to help mitigate graffiti, as well as create artful objects within the public sites. The APP Program will select artists/teams for multiple locations. Artists/teams will be selected based on their qualifications/application materials. Selected artists will be paid a minimum of $1,250. Deadline: April 8, 2019.

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2019 COMMUNITY TRANSFORMER CABINET MURAL PROJECT

The City of Fort Collins Art in Public Places (APP) Program seeks to involve local non-profit organizations by commissioning them to work with the Project Team on murals for transformer cabinets in various locations in Fort Collins, Colorado. The murals are intended to help mitigate graffiti, as well as create artful objects within the public sites. The non-profit organization will develop and submit a visual concept for the mural to be painted on a transformer cabinet located in Fort Collins, Colorado. The APP Program may select one or more organizations for this project. Selected organizations will receive a $450 honorarium to cover expenses. Deadline: April 8, 2019.

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2019 DESIGN CONSULTANT LIST

The City of Fort Collins Art in Public Places Program is seeking submissions to create the list of approved artists who can work as Design Consultants for City of Fort Collins capital projects. Deadline: May 6, 2019

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LINDEN STREET RENOVATION PROJECT

The City of Fort Collins Art in Public Places Program is seeking submissions to select an artist/artist team to design art concepts for the Linden Street Renovation Project. The artists/teams will work with the project team to develop concepts for site-specific art to be placed at this site. The City hopes to create a world class experience that honors the historic significance of Linden Street but also creates a modern sense of place that complements other recently completed improvements in the area. Artists/teams will be selected based on their qualifications/application materials. The art project is estimated at $25,000. Deadline: May 13, 2019.

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