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DEADLINE EXTENDED: Utility box artists needed

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Calling all artists!

The San Luis Obispo Art Program is extending the deadline for its Call-For-Artists. The SLO-based project is looking for local artists to contribute to two projects this year.

Applications for both public art projects are now due Friday, March 23, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.

Artists are invited to apply to participate in the 2018 Utility Box Art Painting Project and/or the Watershed Awareness Through Art (WATA) SLO City Storm Water Project.

The City's Public Art Program is asking for proposals for the 2018 Utility Box Art Painting Project, to paint the remaining 27 city-owned traffic signal utility boxes. Painting is scheduled to take place in summer 2018.

The group is also partnering with the Utilities Department for "watershed Awareness Through Art." This project aims to upgrade the existing storm drain decal design found near storm drains that flow directly into the creek.

Applications for both public art projects are due Friday, March 9, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.

To learn more about the projects and the city's public art program, click here.

Or, contact the City's Public Art Program Manager, Melissa Mudgett at: mmudgett@slocity.org


 

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