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CULVER CITY – RFP – Art Consultant for Temporary Art at City Hall

In RFP on September 27, 2018 at 4:45 pm

In conjunction with the 30th Anniversary of the establishment of Culver City’s Art in Public Places Program, the City wishes to commission one or multiple dynamic temporary art installations for City Hall which are to remain on view for a period of 6 -12 months. To facilitate the commission of the artwork(s), the City is seeking a qualified art consultant who will be responsible for artist selection (via RFQ/RFP); coordinating review of artist submissions and installation/deinstallation of artwork(s) to ensure conformance with established budget and timeline. Target date for installation of artwork(s) shall be spring 2019.

ELIGIBILITY: Qualified art consultants are individuals who have experience with art commissions in conjunction with government (or public agency) percent for art programs. Candidates based in California will be given priority consideration.

BUDGET: Up to $50,000 is available for design, fabrication and installation of art; with an additional $9,000 (max.) to cover consultant’s costs in conjunction with this RFP.

DEADLINE: Monday, October 15, 2018 AT 5:00pm (PST)

QUESTIONS: Christine Byers, Cultural Affairs Coordinator, (310) 253-6003, christine.byers@culvercity.org

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CULVER CITY – RFP – Art Consultant for Washington / National TOD Gateway

In RFP on September 24, 2018 at 11:32 pm

The City of Culver City (City), in partnership with CLPF – 8777 Washington, L.P. and Lowe (Project Partners), seeks a qualified art consultant for commission of permanent art at the intersection of Washington and National Boulevards with the goal of visually unifying the intersection’s four corners and creating a gateway for Culver City. Potential sites for art exist on all four corners, including a triangular parkette on the south side of the intersection, adjacent to the elevated Metro Expo Line.

ELIGIBILITY: Qualified art consultants are individuals who have completed commissions in conjunction with government (or public agency) percent for art programs. Candidates based in California who have completed projects relating to the built environment within Los Angeles County will be given priority consideration.

BUDGET: The total project budget is currently just over $1 million; up to $50,000 available to cover art consultant services.

DEADLINE: Monday, October 8, 2018 – 5:00 PM (PST)

QUESTIONS: Christine Byers, Cultural Affairs Coordinator, (310) 253-6003 (direct), christine.byers@culvercity.org

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