Council requires indigenous artwork
QUEANBEYAN-Palerang Regional Council is looking for expressions of curiosity from First Nations artists to create an acknowledgement of nation art work for the brand new Queanbeyan civic and cultural precinct.
The art work might be put in within the lobby or forecourt, or each, of the brand new constructing in Crawford St, which is anticipated to be open to the general public in the midst of this 12 months.
$195,700 in funding from the NSW Authorities will even present for art work within the walkway connecting the constructing forecourt and the general public area, in addition to display screen projections onto the constructing, and seating.
Artists are required to submit a visible idea, which may be created in any medium, together with a working title for the design, a most 250-word detailed idea assertion and a most 50-word idea abstract.
Eligible candidates should be of First Nations descent and over 18-years-old. The council say artists with conventional cultural hyperlinks and who reside inside the native or regional space are most well-liked, to make sure the ultimate art work maintains a direct connection to nation.
Expressions of curiosity should be submitted by February 27 to [email protected]
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