Posts Tagged ‘Irvine’

IRVINE – RFP – Great Park Neighborhoods

In RFP on May 3, 2018 at 3:42 pm

LeBasse Projects (LBP) is commissioning 8 site specific and permanent public sculptures for a community in Orange County, California. The sculptures will be a part of a community Art Walk and be integrated into the landscape and pathways. The project is helmed by FivePoint Communities, whose specialty is creating large mixed-use communities across California. Great Park Neighborhoods is an ever-growing collection of communities, each anchored by a uniquely designed park, which are shared by the residents of the greater neighborhood.

LBP is accepting proposals from artists who can create original artwork for these opportunities. The Art Walk will be one of the most prominent features of Great Park Neighborhoods, and will allow residents the opportunity to interact with many different artists and their work. The project calls for works of art that are unique, vibrant, and consistent with the goals and values of Great Park Neighborhoods. One of those goals is to foster a love of art within the growing community, and in doing so, increase public engagement with artists and their work across Orange County.

ELIGIBILITY: Open call to artists with demonstrated experience

BUDGET: $30,000 – $50,000

DEADLINE: May 30th, 2018

QUESTIONS: Send submissions and any questions to


CITY OF IRVINE – Community Services Program Coordinator – Fine Arts

In RFQ on February 26, 2016 at 5:15 pm

The City of Irvine seeks an experienced, highly organized, and creative individual to serve as Fine Arts Program Coordinator for the Irvine Fine Arts Center. The Fine Arts Center is an 18,000 square foot art exhibition and education facility that was designed specifically for art exhibition and instruction and is comprised of art galleries and equipped art studios for drawing and painting, ceramics, sculpture, jewelry making, photography, printmaking and culinary arts. The Fine Arts Center is a heavily programmed facility that presents art exhibitions, arts events, and art classes up to 12 hours a day, six days a week.

The Fine Arts Program Coordinator will schedule, plan, organize, coordinate and implement art exhibitions; develop art enrichment programs including educational information, creative activities, and interdisciplinary collaborations; maintain an inventory of City-owned works of art, including outdoor public art, and will monitor and oversee public art maintenance.

ELIGIBILITY: The ideal candidate for this position will be a professional arts administrator with experience in coordinating and administering arts exhibitions and educational programs. The person must have proven ability to manage multiple projects with detailed budgets, complex schedules and diverse stakeholders; implement and monitor contracts with artists and contractors. This person must be able to work independently, as part of a team, and with outside partners; have an eye for detail, drive for efficiency and need for creativity. The selected candidate will also have excellent interpersonal, written, verbal and visual communication skills. Finally, the ability to work in a fast-paced environment and to respond positively and quickly to changing needs and constructive feedback will be critical to this person’s success.


SALARY: $55,036.80 – $86,569.60 Annually


DEADLINE TO APPLY: March 4, 2016