St. John’s Hospital Foundation Call to Artists for Sage Living

Pam Gibson for St. John’s Medical Center

 

St. John’s Hospital Foundation seeks five custom, site-specific artworks for Sage Living; a new residential senior care community located in Jackson, Wyoming.

Application Deadline: January 24th, 2020, or until the call fills to capacity, only the first 250 applications will be accepted.

ELIGIBILITY: Artists living in Wyoming, Utah, Montana, Idaho, and Colorado are invited to apply. 

BUDGET: Finalists will receive a $500 concept development stipend.

DESCRIPTION: The artworks will be displayed on walls in primary entrance and reception areas in Sage Living. Artwork should be suitable for people with a variety of cognitive abilities and contribute to a stimulating and imaginative atmosphere that supports creative engagement between residents, staff, and visitors. Artwork will support wayfinding and contribute to the identity of each wing to provide residents with a sense of familiarity. Artists should be sensitive to patients’ perception and the artwork should contain recognizable subject matter, and display a sensitive use of color, patterns, and materials.

INSTALLATION DATE: artist selection will take place by March of 2020, installation is scheduled for summer/fall of 2021.

APPLY: For full details on the RFQ, please visit the CAFÉ site, Sage Living RFQ Call to Artists, at www.callforentry.org.

Contact: Carrie Geraci, Public Art Coordinator at 307-413-1474, carrie@jhpublicart.org

Two informational sessions will be hosted by Jackson Hole Public Art on Thursday, December 12th from 12 – 1pm and a second information session will be held Tuesday, January 14th from 5-6pm, if the call hasn’t yet reached capacity. Conference call-in information will be posted on our website.

 


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