The Phoenix Office of Arts and Cultures Public Art Program seeks an artist to join the design team responsible for the design of a new transit center. The selected artist will be asked to consider unique ways to provide functional integrated elements for passengers and to advise the team on other potential areas for artistic treatment. Art opportunities include, but are not limited to: vertical shade features, shelters and seating, walkways, and landscape enhancements.
The estimated budget is $250,000, inclusive of all design and construction, travel, insurance, taxes, and incidentals.
Deadline: November 22 at 12:00 PM (Arizona Time).
To download the full Call to Artist go to http://phoenix.gov/arts/businessoac/index.html.
For questions about this call contact Rebecca Rothman, project manager, at 602-495-0839. For questions about procurement contact Scott Steventon at 602-534-8334.
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