CALLING ALL ARTISTS
The deadline for the application for the three awards for $47,000 for the Public Art Challenge is February 8, 2013. All media! 18 years and up! Applications are starting to come in!
Application Help and Site Visit:
The Gloucester Lyceum Sawyer Free Library has reserved the mezzanine and a block of computers for an information session on the Gloucester MA HarborWalk Public Art Challenge. Please join the Gloucester Committee for the Arts at Sawyer Free for help with the digital application and a site walk(s). Thank you so much Sawyer Free!
Date: Saturday, January 12th, 2013
When: 10AM-11AM at the library followed by site walk 11AM-Noon
Where: Sawyer Free Library, upstairs on the Mezzanine Level, by the Public Access
Throughout the Call, any questions for this Public Art Challenge:
Email the Committee for the Arts at firstname.lastname@example.org, subject line “Public Art”.
Visit http://www.ghwalk.org to find the Call. How to apply? Visit here http://gloucester-committee-for-the-arts.zapd.com/PublicArtCallforArtists
Binders with print outs of the full and complete Call have been left at several Gloucester locations. The Committee for the Arts is grateful for their help in spreading the word!
Binders with the complete call can be found at these locations:
Gloucester Lyceum Sawyer Free Library, Cape Ann Museum,, Art Haven , City Hall, Mayor’s Office, Lone Gull, Pleasant Tea, Cape Ann Coffees
The Committee for the Arts is so grateful to these folks for putting the word out:
Good Morning Gloucester; Cape Ann Beacon; Zapd featured the Call on their homepage;
Bustler; Massachusetts Cultural Council’s ArtSake blog; UMASS blog Arts Extension Service; North Shore Arts Association; seARTS; Rocky Neck Cultural District; Rhode Island State Council on the Arts; Pittsburgh’s Art Council; Raleigh North Carolina’s Art Coucnil; Nebraska Arts Council; Palm Desert CA; California Arts Council and others!
ABOUT THE GLOUCESTER COMMITTEE FOR THE ARTS
Made up of citizen volunteers appointed by the Mayor and City Council, The Committee for the Arts was established by City ordinance in 2000 to promote and celebrate Gloucester ’s cultural heritage. The Committee recently has worked to preserve and increase awareness of Gloucester ’s WPA murals and other City-owned art. Additionally, the Committee develops and promotes educational programs and establishes awards and honors to recognize local artists. It implements a city-wide public art policy.