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Posted on: March 11, 2020

Green Bay seeks entries for alleyway art transformation project

Alley on Bodart Street - future site for art installation.

Until April 3, 2020 the Green Bay Public Arts Commission will be collecting proposals for a new art installation to take place in one of Green Bay’s alleys on Bodart Street. The project will create an immersive installation to transform the alleyway between the buildings located at 617 Bodart Street and 401 N. Quincy Street.

The project is open to all individuals and groups regardless of experience or background. Proposed artwork installations must be the original work of the entrant. The selected Artist will receive $27,000 to be used for materials, fabrication, installation, artist fees, rentals, permits, electrical hookups, and the like.

Installed artwork should create a unique and engaging space and must adhere to the site requirements and regulations listed in the RFP to maintain safety and alley accessibility.

Proposal review and selection will be determined from set criteria including artistic merit, creative use of space/materials, clarity of proposal, and feasibility of the project.

An application form can be found on the Green Bay Public Arts Commission Calls for Artists page.

To submit a proposal, provide all Submission Materials listed in the RFP and drop off at City Hall - Department of Community and Economic Development,100 North Jefferson Street – Room 608, Green Bay, WI 54301-5026 or email to laurasc@greenbaywi.gov by April 3, 2020. The final selection will be announced later in May.

For further information, contact Public Arts Coordinator, Laura Schley at 920-448-3142 or laurasc@greenbaywi.gov.

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