context, materials, maintenance requirements, and fabricationand installation methods
Material samples, if availableParticipation in-person for meetings, presentations, ribbon-cuttingceremony, and outreach to media.Fabricate, transport, and install artwork.Coordinate with City Staff, as required.Establish and submit a working schedule that meets the approval of the Downtown Arts District Coordinator.Willingness to clean up at the end of the day and run errands asneeded.Submit a weekly progress report with digital photographs, to be usedfor documentation of the process and for social media use.
June 3, 2013 cut off at 5:00pm
Artist Selection Panel Review:
July 9, 2013
Notification to Selected Artist:
August 1, 2013
The above dates are
contingent on the agencies’ schedules and may be
changed at any time.
Applications must be submitted using the Call for Entry (CAFÉ) onlineapplication system managed by the Western States Arts Federation(WESTAF). Artists will be required to create a username and password andset up a personal account, free of charge at www.callforentry.org. Followingsuccessful set up, all interested applicants will be granted full access to our
detailed application; simply click on “Apply to Calls” and click on “
El PasoDowntown Arts District Mural Project
r account information and imagewill be saved for your convenience and easy access when applying to futurecalls using CAFÉ.
Letter of Interest: briefly describe your interest and qualifications forthis project.Current Resume: outline your experience as an artist.
Artist teamsmust submit a resume for each member
with a one pagemaximum.1 image of a past completed mural artwork. Including: title of work,dimensions, medium, year of completion, and a three (3) sentencedescription.
If applying as a team, only one (1) JPEG image canbe submitted to CAFÉ.
Prepare verbal, written and visual presentation to show schematic andfinal artwork proposal. Presentation should include: