Call for Entry: Utah Public Art Program for Weber Valley Youth Center (Deadline Sep 12)

The Utah Public Art Program has just published the following call for interested artist's qualifications for the Weber Valley Youth Center in Ogden, Utah. Resident and legal resident American artists are eligible for this commission.
The Utah Public Art Program has just published the following call for interested artist's qualifications for the Weber Valley Youth Center in Ogden, Utah. Resident and legal resident American artists are eligible for this commission.
Applications are being accepted via CaFE
Weber Valley Youth Center – Juvenile Justice Services
Juvenile Justice Services serves a diverse population of youth and families with a variety of needs. JJS is passionate about fulfilling its mission, whether it be helping youths with court obligations, connecting them to services within the community, providing treatment and the opportunity to change, or transitioning youths to independent living. The Art Selection Committee is hoping to commission public work that reflects or draws inspiration and context from JJS’ motivation to help the youth, families, and the community in the process of mending and building a stronger, healthier community.
Budget: $125,000 – Deadline: September 12, 2016

Jim Glenn
Utah Division of Arts & Museums
Collections, Design, Visual and Public Art
Office 801-245 7271 - Mobile 801-808-4557

 

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