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City seeks public art proposals to celebrate 50th anniversary
 

The City of Coral Springs is seeking Public Artists who are interested in creating a commissioned art piece for permanent display. The artwork should embody the city’s mission as the nation’s premier community in which to live, work and raise a family, as well as celebrate the City’s 50th Anniversary.

The City of Coral Springs Public Art Program is requesting concept proposals for a distinct location within the City of Coral Springs. The budget amount of $75,000 is intended to purchase artwork for the proposed location at the east entrance on Atlantic Boulevard. Proposals by both single artist and/or teams of artists will be accepted. Please visit the City’s Public Art section on their webpage to download the RFP. Deadline for Proposals is September 1, 2012. No tax dollars are used toward purchasing public art in Coral Springs. All financing comes from a fee charged to developers who have projects larger than 12,500 square feet.

For any questions or concerns, please contact Laura Atria at 954-344-1114 or by e-mail at latria@coralsprings.org.

Posted:8/17/2012
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