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Wednesday, August 08, 2007

Competition: Design Team Artist.

Genre(s): Architectural and Visual arts.

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Issuer: UrbanArts Institute.
Location: Lowell, MA.
Genre(s): Architectural and Visual arts.
Eligibility: Open to all artists residing in the US.
Budget: $25,000. Up to three finalists will receive a $1,500 stipend to cover costs for an interview with the project team/artist selection committee, and travel.
Date Call Issued: Not provided.
Deadline: Applications must arrive no later than Wednesday, September 12, 2007.
Completion Date: See prospectus.

Comments: "Goal is to commission an artist/designer to work with the engineering/landscape architecture project team to design artistic pedestrian bridges and gateways for the 1.75-mile linear trail corridor. The project is expected to engage and celebrate the community’s history, diverse cultures and ecology. The selected artist/artist team will work with the engineering/landscape architecture team, the community and other partners to incorporate thematic elements in the actual design of bridges and gateways. The final design is funded and underway with a phased approach and quick timeline. The selected artist/artist team should be willing and able to immediately begin working with the Lowell Parks & Conservation Trust and the engineering/landscape architecture team."

Contact Info: Christina Lanzl
Project Manager
UrbanArts Institute
Tel. 617.879.7973

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