Daylighting the Cache Creek Tube

REQUEST FOR PROPOSALS — DEADLINE EXTENDED TO MAY 22!

Teton Conservation District (TCD) seeks an artist to create one iconic, highly recognizable graphic image/brand for the Cache Creek stormwater tube. The image will be reproduced as a large 2-color street/sidewalk stencil and printed on aluminum signs installed in various locations from Cache Creek to Kelly Avenue, and into Karns Meadow. The artist will design the image/brand, stencil, sign layout with content provided by TCD, and create a simple map graphic of the 3 routes Cache Creek takes through the stormwater system in town.

Eligibility: Past JH Public Artists and Artists living and working in Teton County are invited to apply. Artists must have strong graphic design skills and knowledge of stencil making and/or screen printing.

Budget $2,500: The budget includes concept development, refinement of the design and any incidental expenses.

2020 Timeline

The timeline is subject to change.

Proposals due May 22

Artist Notified by May 29

Final Design Due June 15

Installation prior to July 4th

DOWNLOAD Full RFP: JHPublicArt_Cache_RFP

 

 

 

 

Contact 

Project management is provided by JH Public Art.

Carrie Geraci, 307-413-1474, carrie@jhpublicart.org


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