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SAN DIEGO – RFQ – Federal Inspection Services Facility

In RFQ on January 10, 2017 at 9:58 pm

The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority seeks statements of qualifications from artists or artist teams to develop and implement their design for the Federal Inspection Services Facility Public Art Opportunities at the San Diego International Airport. The Authority has identified two public art opportunities for the FIS facility. Artists can submit a SOQ on one (1) of the following projects:

1. Glass Partition Wall Artwork: This opportunity is for an Artist or Artist team to design, fabricate and install an art glass treatment within an approximately 270’ long by 13’ high partition wall along the south edge of the baggage claim hall of the FIS facility. The imagery that comprises the design should reflect a cohesive theme or approach.

2. Atrium Suspended Artwork: This is an opportunity for an Artist or Artist team to design, fabricate and install a suspended artwork within the “meeter/greeter” lobby of the FIS facility. The meeter/greeter area is where friends and loved ones await and unite with arriving international passengers. The artwork design should be light and airy, and communicate a sense of welcome and embrace reflective of the function of the site.

The two (2) Artists selected for these opportunities will collaborate closely with the Authority’s design team throughout the design, construction, and installation process.

ELIGIBILITY: Open call to artists eligible to work in the United States

BUDGET: Glass Partition Wall Artwork Estimated Budget: $900,000; Atrium Suspended Artwork Estimated Budget: $250,000

DEADLINE: 7 February 2017, 2 PM

QUESTIONS: Lauren Lockhart, Arts Program Manager, arts@san.org

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