Call For Art > Call for Artists: 2D work for LAGUNA HONDA HOSPITAL deadline MAY 3
Call for Artists: 2D work for LAGUNA HONDA HOSPITAL deadline MAY 3
Requests for Proposals: 2-Dimensional Artwork for Laguna Honda  Hospital and Rehabilitation Center
San Francisco, CA -- Apr 3, 2010 --

 

Public Art Program

Requests for Proposals: 2-Dimensional Artwork for Laguna Honda Hospital and Rehabilitation Center

This is a Call for Artists interested in becoming candidates to display 2-dimensional artworks at the new Laguna Honda Hospital. This fall, the Hospital’s resident buildings will open for occupation, and the facility’s some 800 residents will move into their beautiful new facility. The Hospital provides care, housing, and support services for a large population with a diversity of medical, nursing, physical, social, and cultural needs. Among the many patient amenities the new hospital will provide is a large and diverse art collection.

As part of the public art program, the Arts Commission is allocating $225,000 to purchase, frame and install a number of 2-dimensional artworks, including paintings, prints, and photographs for display in the public areas of the resident floors. The Arts Commission will be purchasing between 25-30 original artworks, which will become part of the Civic Art Collection and be displayed in the public areas of the hospital resident floors.

For further information about this project please click here.

Application forms are now available through CaFÉ, an online artist application service. Interested artists should apply directly online to the CaFÉ system at www.callforentry.org.

Application deadline: May 3, 2010 at 11:59 a.m. (Pacific Time)

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