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Opportunity for Arizona university art students to propose sculptures
Locations in Tempe, Chandler and Scottsdale
Posted Date: 2/18/2014
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In its second year, art students at Arizona's universities have an opportunity to propose sculptures for platFORM, a program to put art in public places in Tempe, Chandler and Scottsdale.

Artwork is leased from artists for one year and placed at locations adjacent to the historic Hayden Flour Mill in downtown Tempe, along the southern stretch of Scottsdale Rd. and in Chandler’s historic downtown square.

Students currently enrolled in an arts program at any university, community or private college within the state of Arizona are eligible.

Sculpture Lease Commissions:
- Variable range of $2,000 - $3,000
- Up to six opportunities in Tempe, Scottsdale, and Chandler

Request for Proposals (RFP) are due on April 25, 2014. E-mail materials as a single PDF to: applyplatformaz@gmail.com  

Visit the Call to Artists page to get details.

More information contact:
Eric Faulhaber, City of Chandler Public Art, 480-782-2696, Eric.Faulhaber@chandleraz.gov  
Maja Aurora, City of Tempe Public Art, 480 350-5160, maja_aurora@tempe.gov  

Connor Coffman
One of the platFORM pieces on display at the Hayden Flour Mill: Industrial Desert by Connor Coffman.