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Thursday, July 12, 2007

Competition: Public Art for Poet's Park

Genre(s): Visual arts: various.

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Issuer: Santa Cruz Public Art Committee.
Location: Santa Cruz, CA.
Genre(s): Visual arts: various.
Budget: $25,000. Finalists will be awarded a $500 honorarium.
Date Call Issued: June 28, 2007.
Deadline: July 27, 2007.
Completion Date: Unknown.

Comments: "The City of Santa Cruz Public Art Committee seeks to commission artwork for Poet’s Park, a new neighborhood park being constructed in the Beach Flats neighborhood. The 7200 sq. ft. park, currently under construction, is named in honor of Isabel H. Raymond, a pioneering Santa Cruz feminist, journalist, historian and author, and will feature a public plaza, 16 community garden plots and a children’s play area,...

The public art project will provide the opportunity for the artist or team of artists to fully engage with the Beach Flats community in developing the concept and design of the artwork. The artwork is intended to visually integrate elements of the park and enhance the user’s appreciation of the surroundings."

Contact Arts Assistant Crystal Birns at or (831)