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Posted on: April 30, 2021

Artist Call: Crosswalk RFP

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The goal is to bring greater driver awareness to the crosswalk and to create a fun, whimsical,

appealing design that will bring a smile to all who see it, encourage motorists to stop for

pedestrians using the crosswalk, and provide greater pedestrian connectivity between the

Hapeville Depot Museum Plaza and Jess Lucas Y Teen Park. This project is part of ongoing

projects that are meant to encourage walking and creating a safe environment for pedestrians. It

will also build on Hapeville’s continuing effort to increase public art for economic and community

development, as well as enhancing tourism and trade.


Application Requirements ● Letter of Interest (500-word maximum) outlining the professional artist’s interest in providing public art to the city and its partners in the business community. ● Professional Resume (two pages maximum). ● Two Professional References who can speak to an artist’s ability to meet deadlines, work with the community, and create innovative work. Please include name, organization, phone number, and email address. ● Portfolio samples including a list of recent art installations and locations and/or work that is representative of the artist’s style or abilities (past 3 years). Please provide 3-5 examples, or 3-5 per artist if applying as a team. Up to three photo angles may be presented for each piece. 

 


All applications should be submitted as a single PDF document and emailed to Bianca Howard at bhoward@hapeville.org. All application packets must be received by June 5th at 5 PM ET to be eligible for consideration.

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