Now art should never try to be popular. The public should try to make itself artistic.
— OSCAR WILDE

OPEN CALLS

Deadline: Jan. 31, 2018 Summit County Public Art Advisory Board in partnership with the Park City Summit County Arts Council and Basin Recreation are seeking concepts for developing an engaging and interactive street art tunnel mural project with Summit County youth. The team of local oganizations have come together to develop a project called ‘The Future is Now’ to engage local young people in the creation of an interactive street art mural in the tunnel under Highway 224 - a literal and figurative connection point for the Park City community. The goal of The Future is Now is to bring a cross-section of young people together. The project will engage an experienced street artist or art collective to work with local young people. Together they will conceptualize and execute a mural that reflects a youth-oriented vision of community and illustration of their hopes for the future. For more info and to apply, click here.

Deadline: Jan. 31, 2018


Summit County Public Art Advisory Board in partnership with the Park City Summit County Arts Council and Basin Recreation are seeking concepts for developing an engaging and interactive street art tunnel mural project with Summit County youth. The team of local oganizations have come together to develop a project called ‘The Future is Now’ to engage local young people in the creation of an interactive street art mural in the tunnel under Highway 224 - a literal and figurative connection point for the Park City community. The goal of The Future is Now is to bring a cross-section of young people together. The project will engage an experienced street artist or art collective to work with local young people. Together they will conceptualize and execute a mural that reflects a youth-oriented vision of community and illustration of their hopes for the future. For more info and to apply, click here.

Deadline: Feb. 14, 2018 The Women in the Arts and Media Coalition will present the 2018 Collaboration Award recognizing Women Working With Women. The $1,000 Collaboration Award and additional honorable mentions are designed to encourage professional women in the arts and media from different specializations to work collaboratively on the creation of a new artistic work. To apply, click here.  

Deadline: Feb. 14, 2018


The Women in the Arts and Media Coalition will present the 2018 Collaboration Award recognizing Women Working With Women. The $1,000 Collaboration Award and additional honorable mentions are designed to encourage professional women in the arts and media from different specializations to work collaboratively on the creation of a new artistic work. To apply, click here.

 

Deadline: Mar. 1, 2018 The 49h Annual Kimball Arts Festival Call for Artists is now open! Taking place on Park City's Historic Main Street August 3rd-5th, the Festival serves as the primary fundraiser for the Kimball Art Center each year. Artists are selected through a jury process, and over 200 artists will be invited to participate. Apply today to exhibit your work in Park City's largest art festival of the summer. More info and to apply, click here.  

Deadline: Mar. 1, 2018


The 49h Annual Kimball Arts Festival Call for Artists is now open! Taking place on Park City's Historic Main Street August 3rd-5th, the Festival serves as the primary fundraiser for the Kimball Art Center each year. Artists are selected through a jury process, and over 200 artists will be invited to participate. Apply today to exhibit your work in Park City's largest art festival of the summer. More info and to apply, click here.

 

 

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 public art opportunities

Summit County Public Art - celebrates and unites Summit County residents through public art and oversees the County's public art collection. co.summit.ut.us  

Summit County Public Art - celebrates and unites Summit County residents through public art and oversees the County's public art collection.

co.summit.ut.us

 

Utah Public Art - provides, maintains, and conserves public art all over Utah for people of all ages to enjoy. Public art is most commonly associated with a sculpture or painting in areas accessible or visible to the public, but it can and does go well beyond those media. heritage.utah.gov/public-art  

Utah Public Art - provides, maintains, and conserves public art all over Utah for people of all ages to enjoy. Public art is most commonly associated with a sculpture or painting in areas accessible or visible to the public, but it can and does go well beyond those media.

heritage.utah.gov/public-art

 

Park City Public Art Advisory Board & Historic Preservation Board - curate and solicit public art for Park City. The Park City Public Art Advisory Board oversees the City's public art collection. The Park City Historic Preservation Board preserves and encourages design preferences that reflect Park City's mining heritage and hosts and annual call for a piece to honor the Historic Preservation award-winning building. parkcity.org/public-art-advisory-board parkcity.org/historic-preservation-board

Park City Public Art Advisory Board & Historic Preservation Board - curate and solicit public art for Park City. The Park City Public Art Advisory Board oversees the City's public art collection. The Park City Historic Preservation Board preserves and encourages design preferences that reflect Park City's mining heritage and hosts and annual call for a piece to honor the Historic Preservation award-winning building.

parkcity.org/public-art-advisory-board

parkcity.org/historic-preservation-board

ArtOps - dedicated to bringing art opportunities to Utah artists. Opportunities are from local, national and international sources, and include various funding sources, exhibitions, residencies and professional development. heritage.utah.gov/artops

ArtOps - dedicated to bringing art opportunities to Utah artists. Opportunities are from local, national and international sources, and include various funding sources, exhibitions, residencies and professional development.

heritage.utah.gov/artops