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Call for Art: Art in Public Places, Artwork Purchase Program

The Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs, Public Art and Galleries Program wishes to purchase two-dimensional original works of art for placement within city of Las Vegas facilities.

Project Budget $ $ 500 - $ 5,000

Issue Date: March 3, 2023 5:00 PM

Close Date: April 14, 2023 5:00 PM

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Windows on First: Temporary Public Art Project

The Windows on First program invites artists to create original, site-specific installations presented within the context of the First Street Art Trail. This project offers artists an opportunity to display their work in a public place. The proposed installation should relate to the space and the windows should form a cohesive relationship. The artwork will be on display for approximately six months, beginning in August 2023. Artist or team of Artists will be responsible for the installation, maintenance and de-installation.

Project Budget $4,000

Issue Date: March 9, 2023 9:00 AM

Close Date: April 28, 2023 6:00 PM

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Call for Digital Images of Available Original Artwork for City Hall Loan Program

The City of Las Vegas Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs is seeking visual artists to submit digital images of two-dimensional artwork for inclusion in an image database. The galleries have limited availability to show three-dimensional work in any large quantity due to limited pedestals/display cases.

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Public Art Project Evaluator

The City of Las Vegas Department of Parks, Recreation and Cultural Affairs is seeking interested individuals to serve as volunteer evaluators on various public art projects. Our goal is to assemble an on-going list of evaluators, comprised of a diverse group of stakeholders who are committed to furthering the city’s core purpose of “Building Community to Make Life Better” through the city’s public art programs.

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