In RFQ on November 29, 2012 at 6:52 pm

Connector is a new Port of San Diego public art project designed to encourage artistic investigation of Port tidelands in the development of a temporary large-scale artwork that will travel to locations on tidelands in San Diego, National City, Coronado, Chula Vista and Imperial Beach. The selected artist or artist team will create a dynamic, transportable artwork that transforms five unassuming spaces on tidelands in an imaginative and unexpected way.

ELIGIBILITY: Open to artists living in the United States

BUDGET: $275,000 budget to conceive and realize their artwork, including concept and
design development, fabrication as well as installation and deinstallation at multiple sites. The budget is all inclusive and must cover all costs including, but not limited to: artist and consultant fees, materials, fabrication, construction, transportation, delivery, site  preparation, lighting (if applicable), equipment, traffic control, installation, deinstallation, site-clean-up, legal fees, insurance, permit fees, travel, and documentation.

DEADLINE: January 15, 2013

QUESTIONS: Please submit questions in writing to the Public Art Office at Deadline for questions is January 9, 2013. If questions lead to an addendum to this Call for Artists, the addendum will be posted on the Port’s website at



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