Call For Art > Palega Recreation Center Public Art Project RFQ - deadline JUL 23
Palega Recreation Center Public Art Project RFQ - deadline JUL 23
San Francisco, CA -- Jun 25, 2010 --

Palega Recreation Center Public Art Project RFQ - deadline JUL 23

This is a call for artists interested in submitting qualifications for the Palega Recreation Center Public Art Project. The City of San
Francisco
 plans to renovate the Palega Recreation Center and Playground, which is located on 5.78 acres in the Portola District in
southeastern San Francisco. This park is home to a historic Recreation Center built in 1930 as well as two tennis courts, a basketball court, two baseball fields, a soccer field, one basketball court and a children's playground. 

The San Francisco Arts Commission's goal is to commission permanent durable artwork of the highest aesthetic quality for the Palega
Recreation Center and Playground site. Through this RFQ we intend to establish a candidate pool of professional artists for consideration
for this public art project.

Eligibility is open to professional, practicing artists residing in California, Oregon and Washington. Entries not meeting eligibility guidelines shall be withdrawn from consideration. Artists residing outside these three states should NOT apply for this project.

For further information about this project please click here.
http://www.sfartscommission.org/lists/lt.php?id=bRhRUQ0JVwVXTlQBW0xQAQsLCg%



Applications forms are now available through SlideRoom, an online
artist application service. Interested artists should apply directly online at
http://www.sfartscommission.org/lists/lt.php?id=bRhRUQ0JVwVWTlQBW0xQAQsLCg%3


Application deadline: July 23, 2010 at 11:59PM PDT.



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