Call to Artists!

JH Community Pathways seeks a muralist to create one large mural for PATH 22 in the underpass at Highway 390, near the intersection of Highway 22 and the Teton Village Road (390). This underpass sees traffic from commuters traveling between Jackson, Wilson, and Teton Village and people coming and going to Rendezvous Park and the nearby Snake River.

JH Community Pathways seeks concepts depicting one of the following themes:

• Educates about local ecology and environmental initiatives (local species found on site, conservation efforts like migration corridors and water quality).

• Inspires use of alternative transportation (biking, walking, riding the bus, and carpooling).

• Depicts local history honoring those who have made significant contributions to local culture.

• Celebrates community diversity and cohesion.

MURAL COMMISSION: $4,500

One artist will be selected based on the criteria listed herein and their portfolio of existing work. They will receive a $500 stipend to develop and finalize a site-specific concept. Once the concept is approved, the artist will be paid $4,500 for the refinement of the design, materials, travel, shipping, lodging, fabrication, installation, contract labor, insurance, final documentation, contingency, and any incidental expenses.

Qualifications are due by July 25, 2020 — for questions and to submit, contact Alexandra Pope :  alex@jhpublicart.org

For full RFQ download here: PUBLIC ART OPPORTUNITY.PATH22Mural

Para una descarga completa de RFQ aquí: OPORTUNIDAD DE ARTE PÚBLICO.PATH22Mural


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Jackson Hole Public Art is a non-profit supported in part with grants from the Community Foundation of Jackson Hole, the Sage Foundation, the Wyoming Arts Council, the Charles Engelhard Foundation and people like you! Thank you.