The City of Los Angeles is looking for ARTISTS, in partnership with the CD2 Street Box Project and 11:11 Creative Collective as part of a PAID program to help make the city of Los Angeles a more beautiful place!
Details are below – as always, feel free to forward if you know anyone who might be interested, and be sure to mention I sent you!
Good luck, have a great day, and don’t forget to dream big!
Jeffrey R. Gund
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PAID PROGRAM TO TRANSFORM PUBLIC UTILITY BOXES INTO WORKS OF ART TO MAKE L.A. A MORE BEAUTIFUL CITY!
We are looking for ARTISTS to paint 21 utility boxes throughout the cities of North Hollywood, Valley Glen, and Sun Valley into works of art, as part of a PAID program through The CD2 Street Box Project in partnership with the City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation and administered by 11:11 A Creative Collective, Inc.
The project focuses on transforming 21 utility boxes into works of art.
DEADLINE TO SUBMIT: April 30th, 2018.
6 THEMES will be painted throughout the 21 boxes:
1) THE SUN – 3 boxes
2) SPORTS – 3 boxes
3) COLOR – 3 boxes
4) THE ARTS – 7 boxes
5) NATURE – 2 boxes
6) SAN FERNANDO VALLEY HISTORY – 3 boxes
Proposed designs highlighting a modern aesthetic, diversity and community will be given priority.
Artists can submit as many designs as they would like.
Designs for a single box or a group of boxes will be accepted.
We encourage artists to submit more than 1 design!
We also encourage artists to submit groups of designs for all the boxes listed as one theme.
For example: 7 boxes are listed with the theme of “THE ARTS!” Artists are encouraged to submit 7 cohesive designs with the theme of THE ARTS.
Cohesive group designs will be given priority.
Artist Compensation and Commitment:
Chosen renderings/artists will be given a stipend of $750 PER BOX to complete their works of public art and maintain the integrity of the work for a period of 2 years. Artists will be responsible for all of the necessary materials required for preparation, completion and maintenance of the artwork. Anti-graffiti coating will be applied to each completed utility box and the removal of tagging and/or graffiti is NOT the responsibility of the artist. Chosen artists must prime their boxes before beginning to paint, must submit a list of all materials used to complete the utility box painting, and must complete their boxes NO LATER than June 30th, 2018.
FOR MORE INFORMATION, AND TO SUBMIT:
Be sure to mention you heard about this from Jeff Gund at INFOLIST.com, and submit your art designs no later than April 30th, 2018, at:
Street Box Art is a project under the non profit umbrella of 11:11 A Creative Collective.