MOSCOW – The Moscow City Arts Department is seeking three-dimensional submissions for installation in the Sculpture Garden of the Intermodal Transit Center. Proposals will be accepted through the application to be submitted until April 19, 2021.
This call is open to artists 18 years of age or older who live in Latah County, Nez Perce County, Asotin County, Whitman County, members of the Nez Perce or Coeur d’Alene tribes. Artist teams are eligible, including artist teams from multiple disciplines. Selection panelists and their immediate family members are not eligible to participate.
All submissions will be reviewed by a selection committee and a total of five sculptures will be selected for installation. Each selected artist will have their piece installed in the Sculpture Garden until May 2022 and will also receive a fee of $ 300 for the loan of their work.
Interested artists can view the full project description, submission requirements and form at http://bit.ly/2021itcsculpturegarden.
The Intermodal Transit Center (ITC) was built by the city of Moscow in 2012 as a one-stop-shop concept for community transportation. ITC provides access to taxis, carpools and carpools, and extends pedestrian access for cyclists to the Paradise Path. In 2015, the Moscow City Arts Department developed the sculpture garden as an opportunity to view public art, as well as an exhibition space for emerging regional artists.