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Artist Call- Alameda County Arts Commission 2013 Artist Registry

For SF Bay Area artists
Alameda County Arts Commission
Artist Registry

Application Deadline: April 30, 2013 (10:59 pm Pacific Time)

The Alameda County Arts Commission invites artists and artist teams from the 9 counties of the San Francisco Bay Area* to apply for potential inclusion in the 2013 Artist Registry, a prequalified artist pool that will be used for upcoming public art opportunities. Many of the opportunities will be for artists to make a new series of smaller artworks in the studio, therefore, artists who make two-dimensional, low-relief, or wall sculptural artwork are encouraged to apply. Artists selected for the Artist Registry will always be notified prior to being placed into consideration for specific projects. Project sites include: San Lorenzo Library Expansion Project, East County Hall of Justice (Dublin), Highland Hospital (Oakland), and other sites to be determined.

* Includes Alameda, Contra Costa, Marin, Napa, Solano, Sonoma, San Francisco, San Mateo, and Santa Clara Counties.Additional eligibility restrictions apply. Review the full application for complete eligibility requirements.

Complete application information is available at www.acgov.org/arts (click on “Opportunities”) or call 510.208.9646 to receive the information by mail. To be considered for these opportunities, artists must register and submit an application through the CaFE website, www.callforentry.org (search for “Alameda County” in the list of current calls).

For questions regarding this opportunity, please contact the Office of the Alameda County Arts Commission at 510.208.9646 or artscommission@acgov.org.

Deadline: 04-30-2013
Alameda County Arts Commissoin
Oakland, CA

Contact: Amy Stimmel
email: artscommission@acgov.org
Phone: 510.208.9646
Website: http://www.acgov.org/arts/html/opportunities.html

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