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Call for Sculpture

July 30, 2014

The Richard and Pam Salmon Sculpture Competition, a juried exhibition of outdoor sculpture, is hosted by the San Angelo Museum of Fine Arts.  The yearly exhibit of 12-15 large-scale sculptures in the park is in cooperation with the City of San Angelo Public Art Commission and the City government. Sunken Garden Park (700 Block S. Abe Street/W. Avenue D) includes a formal sunken garden area where, spring through fall, canna and other flower displays are featured. The also park includes large open areas, landscaped groves and a walking and jogging track, as well as handsome retaining walls, stairs, and other stonework created by the WPA in the 1930’s. The large-scale sculptures enhance an already beautiful spot, and add yet another attraction to San Angelo’s wonderful River Walk.

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Seeking Art Foundry to Cast Bronze Memorial

June 13, 2014

The City of Ann Arbor released a Request for Proposals to select an artist, or fine art foundry, to complete and install large cast bronze artwork. The bronze work will be a memorial to Mr. Coleman Jewett, who passed away in 2013, an area educator and longtime Farmer’s Market vendor. A plaza adjacent to the Ann Arbor Farmer’s Market is the location for the work. The memorial will consist of two functioning Adirondack chairs. August 7th is the RFP deadline.

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Call for Book Art

April 23, 2014

THEME – SACRED | PROFANE is seeking book art focusing on religion and spirituality. We are looking for works that cross the line between the sacred and the profane, the dichotomy of often-polarizing points of view.

Topics to consider along that razor-thin line: ritual and ceremony, creation and evolution, myth and memory, heaven and earth, superstition and scholarship, sacred and secular, rites and symbols, traditional and modern, occult and omnipresence, agnostic and atheistic, west and east. We hope to show a balanced number of sacred and profane works, so please do not be afraid to take on either, or both, themes.

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