January 24, 2019 (Moscow, Idaho) — The City of Moscow Public Works Department and Arts Department are seeking qualifications from mural artists for a semi-permanent public artwork. The Water Filter Plant building has been selected for a mural installation on the highly-visible and busy intersection of Jackson and “A” Street. Artist(s) will have the opportunity to place a painted mural of our aquifer system, based on the image of the Generalized Geologic Cross Section Through Pullman and Moscow. The intention of this Project is to educate our citizens of the City’s water resource.
The total amount of funding available for this Project is not to exceed six thousand dollars ($6,000). Additional concessions are not offered (i.e. room and board, daily per diem, food, art supplies, scaffolding, etc….).
See the application for complete details. The application can be downloaded online at https://www.ci.moscow.id.us/DocumentCenter/View/10667/2019-Mural-Call-for-Artist
or printed copies can be picked up from Moscow City Hall (206 E Third Street) outside the Arts Department on the 1st Floor.
DEADLINE FOR RESPONSES: Thursday, February 28, 2019 by 4:00 p.m.
QUESTIONS: Contact Nichole Baker, Environmental Services Coordinator - Water and Sustainability at 208-883-7114 or email@example.com
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