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Posted on: March 6, 2023

[ARCHIVED] Green Bay Public Arts Commission Seeks Artists for Rotating Art Program

The Green Bay Public Arts Commission (GBPAC) is seeking applications for the Rotating Art Program. This is an opportunity for sculptures to sprout up throughout the community and remain on display for a year. Six concrete footings have been installed throughout the city to serve as platforms for temporarily installed sculptures. Installation of artwork is expected to take place towards the end of June and/or the beginning of July.

The call is open to all individuals and groups regardless of experience or background. The artwork installation must be the original work of the entrant. Artists may submit work they have already completed or submit concepts for work to be created for the call. Selected Artists will receive $1,500 for loaning their artwork and facilitating the installation and deaccession of the work.

To view the program application and guidelines visit

To submit an application, email all submission materials listed in the application to

Applications may also be dropped off at the Community and Economic Development dropbox located behind City Hall or mailed to: Public Arts Coordinator, Department of Community and Economic Development, 100 North Jefferson Street - Room 608, Green Bay, WI 54301-5026.  

Applications must be received by 5:00 PM on Friday, May 5, 2023. Artwork selection will be announced later in May.

About Green Bay Public Arts Commission (GBPAC) Established in 2016, 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

For further information contact Public Arts Coordinator, Laura Schley at 920-448-3142 / email 

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