SAN DIEGO – RFP – Airport Arts Master Plan Consultant

In RFP on December 20, 2016 at 8:02 pm

The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority (“Authority”) seeks proposals from firms or individuals (“Respondent”) to obtain the professional services required for creating a new Arts Master Plan for San Diego International Airport (“Airport”), while conducting an assessment of the Authority’s Arts Program, policies, and procedures, in order to improve program administration. The Arts Master plan guides the vision of the Arts Program at the airport and identifies short and long term strategies to accomplish its mission. The scope of work will include reviewing the existing Arts Master Plan, updating and identifying new opportunities and sites for arts programming and exhibition (including permanent and temporary artwork as well as mixed-use performance spaces) through physical space planning (including prioritizing relocation and deaccession of existing artwork and commission of new art projects), and in conjunction with the Airport Development Plan (ADP), while assessing existing Authority art policies and procedures in keeping with industry best practices, and following the Authority strategies with a focus on customer, community, and operations priorities.  The Arts Master Plan should encompass 1, 2, 5, and 10 year strategic planning. In-depth internal and external stakeholder engagement, including the regional community/general public as well as artists and arts organizations, will be required.

ELIGIBILITY: In order to view the RFP and apply all respondents must first register as a vendor.  More info here:

DEADLINE: January 17, 2017, 2:00pm (Pacific Time)

QUESTIONS: Karie Webber, 619-400-2547,



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