Current Projects and Opportunities

Green Bay Public Arts Commission is Seeking Artists to Embellish New Pyramid Sculpture Program

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Request for Proposals

Budget: $350

Deadline to Apply: September 17th

Information/Application: View Project Details

The Green Bay Public Arts Commission invites artists to submit applications to be considered for a public art project focused on the embellishment of plywood sculptures that will be installed throughout the City.

Contact the Public Arts Coordinator for further information: or 920-448-3142

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Green Bay Public Arts Commission Selects Artist for Wisconsin Public Service Foundation Sculpture Project

The Green Bay Public Arts Commission has selected Green Bay sculptor Kent Hutchison to create a new public art piece inspired by Wisconsin Public Service’s (WPS) commitment to the city.

Artist Biography

Hutchison, a Wisconsin native and owner and founder of Hutchison Art and Design, was chosen based on his proposal to create “Embark,” a 23-foot-tall aluminum sculpture illuminated by projection and recessed lighting. Drawing inspiration from the significance of the Fox River in the development of the city, the sculpture’s kinetic and interconnecting forms will reinforce the theme of movement.


The new work of art is being made possible by a generous $100,000 donation from the WPS Foundation, the energy company’s charitable giving organization. The Green Bay Public Arts Commission anticipates unveiling Hutchison’s sculpture this fall, providing an engaging, interactive piece that helps define Green Bay’s sense of place for visitors and community members.

Sculpture Location

The sculpture will be installed at the intersection of Washington Street and Northland Avenue, a prominent location in the city’s downtown area.

Related Resources

To learn more about artist Kent Hutchison, visit his website. Want to stay up to date on this project and other public art projects? Like the Green Bay Public Arts Commission Facebook Page.

Also read the Press Release dated January 29, 2018 (PDF).

Please email Laura Schley or call 920-448-3142 if you have any questions regarding this project.