Public Art Sought for Creekside Educational Garden

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Chico, California – The Campus Public Art Committee, a subcommittee of the CSU, Chico Campus Planning Committee, is seeking an artist or artist team to create a public work of art for the Creekside Educational Garden. Artists are invited to submit qualifications for the development and production of an integrated work of art for the garden area, which contains a variety of native plants and is a riparian ecosystem.

The committee is seeking an artist to propose a newly commissioned or existing work of art that uses the natural setting of the site as source or inspiration. Three finalists will be invited to submit proposals for the site. Artists from the Northern California region are eligible to apply.

The total project budget is $20,000. The deadline to submit qualifications is Friday, October 28, 2011.

The project description and details for submitting qualifications can be found at

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