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Cultural Facilities Assistance Program

The purpose of the Wisconsin Arts Board’s Cultural Facilities Assistance Program is to help Wisconsin’s new performing arts presenters to meet the needs of their communities. Specifically the program will help new presenters to: learn more about the field of presenting the performing arts; increase access to the resources needed to present their work effectively; strengthen organizational capacity, staff, and boards; conduct community assessments; and present one artist from beyond the local community in a performance. Annual Deadline: mid-April

Creative Communities Grants

The Creative Communities grants program encourages arts education and community arts development in Wisconsin. It provides support for projects that further the Arts Board’s goals in the following three areas: Arts Education; Folk and Traditional Arts; and Local Arts. Annual Deadline: March 14 *

Creation and Presentation Grants

Creation and Presentation grants provide artistic program and operational support to established nonprofit arts organizations whose primary mission is to create or present ongoing arts programming that makes a significant local, regional, or statewide impact on the cultural life of Wisconsin, and that furthers the Arts Board’s community development and arts education goals. Annual Deadline: February 15 *

Arts Challenge Initiative - Minority Program

ACI encourages nonprofit minority arts organizations to leverage income from private sources. This program provides state funds to minority arts organizations that meet or exceed their total eligible income generated during the previous year.

Artist and Community Collaborations Grant

In order to encourage more collaborative projects between artists and their communities, funds are available for artists to develop special projects in collaboration with a community-based organization partner. Annual deadline: October 15th *

Artist Fellowship Awards

Artist Fellowship Awards provide unrestricted funds to recognize the significant contributions of outstanding, professionally active Wisconsin artists. Annual deadline: September 15th *

Florida Artist Link

Florida Artist Link is an E-newsletter for Florida's individual artists. To subscribe, send an email to Morgan Lewis at mblewis@dos.state.fl.us with 'ARTISTLINK' in the subject line.

State Touring Roster

The State Touring Roster offers presenters a menu of peer-reviewed artists (solo and companies) from which to select bookings for their organizations. Florida-based artists or organizations that have a touring program in place may apply for inclusion on this two-year roster.

Artist Enhancement Grants

A NEW grants program for Florida's individual artists, Artist Enhancement Grants provides grant amounts of $500, $750, or $1,000 for artists to take advantage of specific, professional development, skill building opportunities to advance their work and careers.

Individual Artist Fellowship Program

The Individual Artist Fellowship Program recognizes the creation of new artworks by individuals of exceptional talent and demonstrated ability. Fellowship awards support the general artistic and career advancement of the individual artist. Visit our Meet the Fellowship Recipients page to view a list of prior fellowship winners.

Underserved Arts Communities

Fosters the development of underserved arts organizations by providing access to grants for salary assistance, organizational development, and consultancy.

Regional Cultural Facilities

Provides funding for the renovation, construction, or acquisition of regional cultural facilities.

Local Arts Agency

Strengthens, stabilizes, and assists communities by providing general program or project support to designated local arts agencies.

Cultural Support Grants Program

Supports programming and projects that foster excellence and diversity in art and culture through general program support and specific projects. Categories include: dance, discipline service, folk arts, interdisciplinary, literature, media arts, multidisciplinary, museums/art, museums/non-art, music, sponsor/presenter, community theatre, professional theatre, and visual arts.

Cultural Endowment

Provides $240,000 state matching grants to qualifying cultural organizations that have raised $360,000 in local matching funds. The $600,000 principal is then invested and the interest used for general operations.

Challenge Grant

Offers applicants the opportunity to undertake innovative and unique arts and cultural projects. The program is not intended for general support.

State Touring Program (STP)

STP (Presenters) supports live performances by Florida’s performing and visual artists by providing matching grants to non-profit organizations wishing to present companies listed on the State Touring Roster. Priority is given to under-populated counties.

Quarterly Assistance

Promotes professional development and growth for arts organizations by offering small grants for organizations that are new to the grantmaking process; it also provides assistance for organizations that have “sudden opportunities,” or that wish to take advantage of professional development opportunities.

Cultural Facilities

Provides funding for the renovation, construction, or acquisition of cultural facilities.

Culture Builds Florida

Provides funding for projects that explore one or more of the four areas of the strategic plan, Culture Builds Florida's Future.

Arts in Education

Supports activities that promote the arts as an integral part of education and life-long learning through project grants.

Celebrating Sustainable Community

Wanted: Artists and green visions for Ithica, New York's 9th Art in the Heart of the City public sculpture exhibit: Celebrating Sustainable Community, an Exploration in Greening Public Art. For the first time focusing within a theme, 2008 will feature 3-6 works by three artists who use natural, recycled and/or sustainable materials to evoke the images, themes, issues and dreams of sustainable community. Stipend, insurance and installation assistance provided, plus widespread exposure as exemplars, on new online gallery, a Forum on Greening Public Art, and collaborative public programming. Deadline April 1, 2008 exhibit opening late June and ending in November. For information on Ithaca's arts and sustainability scenes, see www.sustainabletompkins.org. For guidelines and application form, see downtownithaca.com. Questions, call 607.277.8679 or email phil@downtownithaca.com.


The strength and value in art is located not solely in its visuality, but also in its ability to circulate as an object, or at the most basic level--its grounds in a circulating idea. Booksmart Studio is seeking submission of artist works that confront, explore, exploit, challenge, and investigate the modes, methods, and effects of circulation. Keeping in line with the diverse modes of circulation and dissemination, the exhibition is open to all mediums. The deadline for entry is March 28, 2008. Visit www.booksmartstudio.com for details and entry form. For more information please contact gallery@booksmartstudio.com. Booksmart Studio, Anderson Alley Arts Building, 250 North Goodman St., Rochester, NY 14620.

Public Art Commissions - New Orleans, LA

In collaboration with the Joan Mitchell Foundation, the Arts Council of New Orleans will commission and install ten exterior public art pieces throughout the City of New Orleans. The commissions provide the opportunity for local and regional artists to showcase their work parallel to the international exhibits: Sculpture for New Orleans and Prospect One International Biennial. Proposals will be accepted provided the artwork is durable, meets safety regulations, and can be installed for a minimum of two years. Contemporary, innovative proposals are encouraged. Eligibility: Gulf Coast Painters and Sculptors affected by Katrina/Rita. Ten Commissions: $25,000 each. Application Deadline: April 7, 2008 at 5:00pm. Installation: October 2008. Please contact : Morgana King, Public Art Manager, Arts Council of New Orleans for details: 504.523.1465 / mking@artscouncilofneworleans.org / www.artscouncilofneworleans.org.

Lines into Shapes

12th Annual Lines into Shapes art exhibition and sale. September 19-October 4, 2008. Open to all artists. Media accepted: oil, acrylics, water media, pastel/graphite/scratchboards, original printmaking, sculpture, fine art pottery, glass, photography, wood, fiber, and jewelry. Over $5,000 in prize monies awarded in 2007. Slide or CD entries only. Nonrefundable jury fee of $13 per slide with a maximum of 3 entries per artist. Deadline: July 15, 2008. For prospectus, download entry form from www.artcenterofestes.com or send a self-addressed stamped envelope to Art Center of Estes Park, PO Box 3635, Estes Park, CO 80517 or call 970.586.5882.

Juried Exhibition - Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club

Catharine Lorillard Wolfe Art Club, Inc. 112th Annual Open Juried Exhibition at the National Arts Club. Exhibition dates: September 23-October 15, 2008. Open to women artists. Media: oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, graphics and sculpture. Over $9000 in awards. Entry fee: $30/members & associates, $35/non-members. Juried by slides or cds postmarked by July 2, 2008. For prospectus, send SASE to Okki Wang, 431 Woodbury Road, Cold Spring Harbor, NY 11724 or download a prospectus at www.clwac.org

Seams Unusual

Seams Unusual is an exhibition of contemporary art quilts by New Mexico fiber artists. The exhibit will take place at the Art Center at Fuller Lodge. The exhibit will take place June 20 to July 26, 2008. New Mexico artists only. Deadline: May 9, 2008. 30% commission. Juried by digital images on CD, $30 for up to 3 entries. Prospectus available as PDF, www.angelfiredesigns.com. This is not a SAQA sponsored exhibition but is organized by several members of SAQA to include all New Mexico fiber artists. The Art Center at Fuller Lodge, 2132 Central Avenue, Los Alamos, NM 87544.

3rd National Exhibition, Axis Gallery

Open to artists residing in the US. All media except crafts. Fee: $30 for 3 entries. Additional entries $5.00 each, limit 6. Deadline: May 28, 2008. For more information, contact info@axisgallery.org or 916.443.9900. Axis Gallery, 1517 19th Street, Sacramento, CA 95811. axisgallery.org

The Artful Nude Photography Show

Artists have been depicting images of the human body since the early cave dwellers. Nude images engender a unique interest and emotion. We are continuously fascination with and struggle to crate images of the unadorned human form. This call for entry focuses on the true art of the nude. Eligibility: The exhibition is open to all domestic and international, professional and amateur, photographers working with digital or traditional photography or combinations of both. With selection for this exhibition, artists and their work will be seen by an international audience of collectors, curators, art consultants and others who appreciate the fine art of photography. Feature presentation in CameraArts magazine Artists' Show Case Juror's Selection award: $300; Director's Selection award: $200; Workshop Award: $300, applicable towards the Kim Weston's Workshop held August 1-3 in Fort Collins, Colorado. Gallery Visitor's Choice Award: $100. Deadline: Deadline April 8, 2008. For more information, go to www.c4fap.org for more information and follow the links for Call for Entries. Email questions to cfe@c4fap.org

The Cradle Project

The Cradle Project is an art installation and fund raiser for the benefit of orphan children in sub-Saharan Africa. Artists are asked to make and donate a cradle from re-cycled materials for this exhibition slated for June 2008 in Albuquerque, New Mexico. The goal is to have 1,000 cradles. Each artist is asked to find a sponsor (or many) for their cradle in the total amount of $100, all of these proceeds going to fund orphan relief in Africa. The cradles need to be received by April 18, 2008. Sponsors are being dsought for artists who are unable to manage secure $100, so do not let that be a deterrent to your participation. There will be an online auction of the cradles to raise additional funds for this cause. Entry forms are available at thecradleproject.org. For more information, contact Barbara Grothus at 505.842.8305 or bgrothus@aol.com.

Fusion - A Compilation of Colorado Fiber Artists

The Fremont Center for Arts in Canon City, Colorado will host an exhibit of Fiber Art by Colorado Fiber Artists in June/July 2008. This is a juried show with entry fees and a 30% commission paid to the Center. Art for this exhibit is defined as traditional and contemporary fiber art to include but not limited to: silk painting, silk fusion, wool felting, dyeing, painting, stitching, dissolving, surface techniques and embellishment where fiber is the basis of the work. Non-traditional quilt art will be considered. Three dimensional fiber art is acceptable. Size limits apply. Deadline: April 1, 2008. Fremont Center for the Arts, P.O. Box 1006, Canon City, CO 81215. www.fremontarts.org

16th Annual Colored Pencil Society of America (CPSA) International Exhibition

Washington State Convention and Trade Center, Seattle, WA. This annual exhibition is limited to works in 100% colored pencil and is the only venue where CPSA members can earn Signature Status. The exhibition features over $15,000 in awards including the $1500 Best of Show award and CIPPY Trophy. Fee: $35.00. Entry Deadline: 3/31/08. Apply online at www.callforentry.org

Resurrection: A New Look at Old Photographic Processes

Call for Entries--Resurrection: A New Look at Old Photographic Processes, to be held in May 2008. This exhibition seeks to explore a renewed interest in alternative photographic processes. Looking for artists who are using photographic methods and techniques of the nineteenth century such as photograms, tintypes, daguerreotypes, gum bichromates, collodian prints, toned silver prints, and more. Curator: Laura Moya, director of Photolucida, an arts non-profit that promotes the careers of emerging photographers. 23 Sandy Gallery will produce a printed, soft-cover, color catalog of all artwork accepted for this show. Entry deadline: March 27, 2008. Complete entry information can be found at: www.23sandy.com/Resurrection/CallforEntries.html. Contact Laura Russell 503.927.4409 or23sandygallery@gmail.com. 23 Sandy Gallery, 623 NE 23rd Avenue, Portland, OR 97232.

Call for Artists - The American Academy of Equine Art

Fall open juried exhibition of original work depicting the horse in any setting. Open to all artists over the age of 18. All art must be original work depicting the horse in any setting. Representations of all breeds are encouraged and accepted. Categories include oil, acrylic, watercolor, pastel, drawing, and sculpture. Sculpture is only considered in a permanent medium. No stained glass, textiles, photography, jewelry, reproductions or computer-made graphics will be accepted. All work must be completed. A non-refundable entry fee of $40 plus a $5 processing fee for each entry submitted on slides or photos (there is no processing fee for entries submitted on CDs) must accompany the entry form. No phone calls or emails please. Deadline: May 12, 2008. Complete information and entry application at www.aaea.net .

VELoCITY - An Outdoor Art Show

The City of Bellingham and the Bellingham Arts Commission are inviting artists to submit proposals for outdoor artwork to be displayed in downtown Bellingham for a temporary show. Works will be on display from August 2008-April 2010. Each piece will be displayed along high traffic pedestrian corridors in the downtown core. The theme of this year's show is Back to Center. Artists' creativity and interpretation of this theme is at the artists' discretion. 2-D or 3-D works are encouraged for this show. All works of art must be structurally sound, safe for public viewing, made of durable material and content appropriate for extended display in a public outdoor space and be securely anchored to eliminate potential theft. A one-page diagram and complete description of the installation process is required. Please include a description of the artwork, including exact dimensions, with each entry. Without the installation description, your work will not be considered. The dimensions of the artwork must comply with the following range: Minimum of 4ft to a maximum dependent upon structural capabilities of artwork and site. A $1000 stipend will be offered to each selected artist to help defray the costs of producing, transporting and installing the artwork. Accepted artwork is to be delivered and installed by the artists or their representative only at site designated by the City of Bellingham. Application deadline: March 28, 2008. For more information and details of submittal requirements please see www.cob.org/services/arts/public-art/index.aspx. Entries must be returned to: City of Bellingham, Planning and Community Development Department, Attn: Shannon Victoria 210 Lottie Street, Bellingham, WA 98225.

Call for Artists: Exhibition of Artists with HIV/AIDS

The Exhibition Advisory Panel of the Fort Worth Community Arts Center requests submissions from artists living with HIV/AIDS or from estates of artists that had HIV/AIDS for an exhibit in May of 2008. Artists must currently reside in or the estate must be from Texas, New Mexico, Oklahoma, Arkansas or Louisiana. The exhibition will coincide with the Fort Worth Opera s presentation of the opera Angels in America, about the early days of the epidemic. Deadline: March 30, 2008. Send 10-20 images in slide or jpg format, corresponding image list, artist statement and CV/Resume to EAP/More Life, FWCAC, 1300 Gendy, Fort Worth, TX 76107. Include SASE for return of materials. Contact Elaine Taylor at gallerymanager@fwcac.org for more information. www.fwcac.com

Project Space - Lexington Art League

The Lexington Art League (LAL) invites artists to apply for an exhibition in the Project Space for its 2008-2009 calendar year. The mission of the Project Space is to exhibit installation and new media work that is engaging, challenging, and experimental in both concept and execution. The Project Space, located in the basement of the historic Loudoun House, is 29 x 20 with concrete and brick walls that are painted white, and an unpainted concrete floor. There is one doorway (45 x 81 ). The ceiling has exposed pipes and ductwork; the ductwork is 74 from the floor, the fluorescent lights are 84 from the floor. The basement also houses artist studios, a classroom, and storage spaces. Exhibitions will run for approximately six weeks, beginning in July 2008. The artist will be entirely responsible for the installation and removal of their artwork, as well as solely bearing the financial responsibility of any and all supplies and travel expenses, although the LA! L will provide a small honorarium. We encourage KY artists and those from surrounding states to apply. To apply for the Project Space, please send a cover letter addressing the content of your work and the installation that you propose for the Project Space, 10 images of artwork along with an inventory list of the images (we will accept slides or digital images), an artist statement, and a resume listing other gallery exhibitions. If the artwork that you would like to exhibit in the Project Space is currently unrealized, include a detailed, written proposal, with drawings or other images if possible. Slides or CDs will not be returned unless accompanied by a self-addressed stamped envelope. Artists who are accepted for exhibition in the Project Space will not have their slides or CDs returned until the close of their exhibition. Slides and application materials are due by May 9, 2008. Notifications will be mailed by June 6, 2008. Please send all application materials to: Lexington Art League, C/O Mike Deetsch, Visual Art Director, Ref: Project Space, 209 Castlewood Drive, Lexington, KY 40505. e-mail to mdeetsch@lexingtonartleague.org. Digital and e-mail submissions preferred.

Of Women

Open to all women artists who are Rockaway Artists Alliance members or who have previously exhibited with RAA. Of Women is open to all medium without limitation and seeks to bring the viewer into the unique world of women in all their aspects, intonations and hues. Subjects should include images of women, and may highlight mother and child. (The show will run over Mother's Day.) Media may include: photography, painting, textile arts, poetry, music, sculpture, video/film, watercolor, drawing, digital art and more. Submission deadline: March 26, 2008. Rockaway Artists Alliance, 260 Beach 116th St., Rockaway Beach, NY 11694. For more information, go to: www.rockawayartistsalliance.org

El Paseo Invitational Exhibition

The City of Palm Desert is now accepting applications for the 2009/2010 El Paseo Invitational Exhibition. The exhibition is showcased on the medians of El Paseo and is seen by thousands of visitors each year as well as advertised nationally, regionally, and locally. The exhibition is juried by a curator and runs for approximately two years. Applications are due on May 10, 2008. Honorarium: $2,500 for each selected artwork. Paseo Invitational Exhibition For more information and the full Exhibition Guidelines visit the Artist Opportunity section at www.palmdesertart.org or call 760.568.5240. Richard Twedt, Public Arts Manager, City of Palm Desert 72-567 Highway 111, Palm Desert, CA 92260, Attn: 2009/2010 El Paseo Invitational Exhibition.

Americas 2008: All Media

The Northwest Art Center at Minot State University (Minot, ND) announces a call to artists for the Americas 2008: All Media juried competition, held August 25-September 26, 2008 at the Hartnett Hall Gallery. Works in any medium, traditional or experimental, qualify. All works must be original and not measure over 60 in any direction. Work must be ready to exhibit, completed within the last two years, and not previously exhibited in an Americas 2000 exhibition. Cash Merit Awards, Purchase Awards, Solo Show in 2009 for Best of Show. Juror: Rusty Freeman. Deadline: June 1, 2008. $25 for 2 entries; $5 ea. additional; limit 5. For prospectus, visit www.minotstateu.edu/nac or send SASE to: Northwest Art Center, 500 University Ave W, Minot, ND 58707. Questions? Please contact Avis R. Veikley at nac@minotstateu.edu or call 701.858.3264.

Aperture Portfolio Prize

Aperture Foundation is excited to announce the second annual international Aperture Portfolio Prize. The purpose of the prize is to identify trends in contemporary photography and, specifically, artists whom we feel we can help by bringing them to a wide audience. First prize is $2,500. The first-prize winner and three runners-up will be featured on Aperture's website. Deadline: July 11, 2008. For more information or to apply, go to: www.callforentry.org

A Sense of Place 2008

The Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art is currently accepting entries for its 28th annual juried fine art competition, A Sense of Place 2008. Open to all U.S. artists ages 18 and older working in the following media: drawing, painting, printmaking, photography, ceramics, sculpture, and mixed media. $25 entry fee covers submission of slides or CD of up to three works; additional works $5 each. Cash awards available. Juror: Amanda Cooper, Curator of Exhibitions, The Arts Center, St. Petersburg, Florida. Entries must be postmarked by June 6, 2008; exhibition runs September 19-October 17, 2008. For a free prospectus, send SASE to: Gertrude Herbert Institute of Art, 506 Telfair St., Augusta, GA 30901, 706-722-5495, ghia@ghia.org, or visit www.ghia.org/exhibit.html to download in pdf format.

Paperworks 2008

b.j. spoke gallery presents Paperworks 2008, an international Juried Competition. Deadline: May 31, 2008. Judge: Samantha Rippner, Metropolitan Museum of Art, NY. Open to all artists who use paper as the the primary medium; Drawings, graphics, sculpture, 3D, bound books. No paintings or photographs. Winners' show will take place August of 2008. Download prospectus at www.bjspokegallery.com or call the gallery at 631.549.5106. b.j. spoke gallery, 299 Main Street Huntington, NY 11743.

Juried Photo Competition--Next Perspective

myartspace, the premier online social network for the art world and Hot Shoe International, Europe's leading contemporary photographic magazine, have collaborated to sponsor a juried photography contest--Next Perspective. The purpose of the Next Perspective competition is to identify trends in contemporary fine art photography and showcase artists whom we can help by bringing their work to a wider audience. The Grand Prize is US $2000 and a featured article on the winner in HotShoe International's June/July issue. The second prize is a Digital SLR Camera. The third prize is a US $500 gift certificate to B&H Photo in New York City. The deadline for registration and online submission of work is April 12, 2008. You must upload your JPEGS/videos into a myartspace online gallery. Up to 20 images can be submitted for consideration. For details about the competition, please click to www.myartspace.com/hotshoe

National Art Competition

Exhibition dates: July 22-September 12, 2008. 21st Annual Northern National Art Competition. Open to all artists 18 years or older who are US residents. Artists may submit slides of recent, original, 2-D hangable work in any medium. Fee: $25 for 1-2 slides. Entries must be postmarked by May 16, 2008. Prizes: Three $1,000 Awards of Excellence and over $8,500 awarded in prized money overall. www.nicoletcollege.edu/artgal/NNAC2008.pdf. Prospectus will be available in early January. To receive a prospectus by mail, send business sized SASE to: Nicolet College Art Gallery, P.O. Box 518, Rhinelander, WI 54501 or you can email your mailing address to Gallery Director Katherine Ralph at kralph@nicoletcollege.edu.

Art on the Streets

Outdoor Art Competition and Exhibit, Downtown Colorado Springs, Colorado. 10th Anniversary Art on the Streets seeks wide range of artistic expression, talent and cultural context for yearlong public art exhibit in high energy district of Colorado's second largest city. Large-scale, outside-the-box provocative works are encouraged. All media considered as appropriate, safe and durable outdoors. All entries must address the theme, 'City of Sunshine.' $30K in prizes to top three places. Juried by Adam Lerner, Executive Director, The Laboratory of Art and Ideas at Belmar (Lakewood, CO). Opening reception June 20, 2008. Located at the foot of magnificent Pikes Peak, Colorado Springs draws six million-plus annual visitors. Deadline April 3, 2007. Details available at www.artonthestreets.com or 719.886.0088.

Phelan Art Award in Video

Phelan Art Award in Video The Phelan Art Award in Film and Video is administered by The San Francisco Foundation in partnership with BAVC. Cash awards (ranging from $5,000 to $10,000) are awarded to California born video artists whose body of work merits recognition for its creativity, innovation, and contribution to the field of video. Phelan Awardee Torsten Burns' Ship to Ship The awards will be presented during a public reception and screening of the artists’ work. The 2008 application process will be available in January 2008. Requirements: Artist must have been born in California regardless of current residence. Artist’s work must originate in the medium of video and be of a non-commercial nature. Recipients of past Phelan Art Awards are not eligible to apply again. The Phelan Awards are administered by the San Francisco Foundation. For further information, please see the San Francisco Foundation site here or email info@sff.org. Questions? Contact wendy[at]bavc[dot]org.


Expects to initiate a large number of capital improvement projects with involvement by artists over the next few years. The commission is interested in expanding its mailing list for artists who are interested in applying for commission opportunities through its public art program. To be added to the mailing list, contact Allison Wiese, Public Art Program Associate, City of San Diego Commission for Arts and Culture, 1010 Second Avenue, Suite 555, MS 652, San Diego, CA 92101-4998 or call 619.533.3714 or e-mail: aow@sdcity.sannet.gov


Because Exceptional Talent Deserves to be Supported… Few programs exist either on the national or international level where the sole mission is to support the creativity of artists. From the beginning, the art-making process has been the highest priority at the Bemis Center for Contemporary Arts, where both the atmosphere and environment offer ideal situations for creative growth and experimentation. We address the practical aspects of this mission by providing well-equipped studio spaces, living accommodations and monthly stipends. Located in two urban warehouses totaling 110,000 square feet, our facilities are designed to foster creativity and the productive exchange of ideas. Artists from the world come to the Bemis Center to work in this supportive community and confront new challenges. Are you ready for your residency? www.bemiscenter.org 724 South 12th St, Omaha, NE 68102 P 402.341.7130 F 402.341.9791


(801) 538-3074 Looking for artist to create four bronze niche allegorical sculptures for the rotunda of the Utah State Capitol. Visit website for complete regulations.

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