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Seeking all artists, designers, and makers of all kinds! Would you like to see your artwork throughout the city?
The Green Bay Public Arts Commission (GBPAC) is seeking artwork submissions for utility box artwork. This is an opportunity to display work within the community for artists of all mediums, including but not limited to: painting, drawing, textiles, photography, ceramics, and more. Selected artwork will be developed into vinyl graphics wraps to be installed on select TDS utility boxes located throughout several parks and public spaces in Green Bay. This project is intended to transform plain utility boxes into visually appealing, enjoyable additions to our public spaces.
The call is open to experienced visual artists of all mediums who reside within Wisconsin. Previous experience with public art is not necessary. Artwork does not need to be newly created for this project and can be work created earlier by the artist, but all work submitted must be the original work of the artist. Selected artists will receive an artwork licensing fee of $300 per selected image for rights to use the selected artwork image on the utility box and in promotional materials.
The Call-for-Art and submission guidelines can be found here.
All application materials must be submitted by 5:00 PM on March 3, 2023. Interested artists may submit application materials and/or questions to:
Laura Schley, City of Green Bay Public Arts Coordinator
920-448-3142 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Department of Community and Economic Development
100 North Jefferson Street - Room 608
Green Bay, WI 54301-5026
About Green Bay Public Arts Commission (GBPAC) Established in 2016, the GBPAC focuses on the creation and preservation of public art in Green Bay and ensuring equal access for all to enjoy and engage with public art. The GBPAC exists to fund artistic activities and support cultural programs that integrate and advance arts and culture as an essential part of life in Green Bay. It oversees the Rotating Art Program, with sculptures placed in six locations, sees to the conservation and maintenance of multiple public art pieces throughout the city, maintains a public art inventory map, and artist database, and offers grants to fund various art projects. For more information visit https://greenbaywi.gov/571/Public-Arts-Commission
For further information contact Public Arts Coordinator, Laura Schley at 920-448-3142 or email@example.com