“Ghosthouse” by Nick Schnitzer, TEMPO 2018
Art in Public Places program seeks Proposals 
for temporary, exterior public artworks 
to be sited at select Austin Public Library branches.
Proposals are invited from local artists that reflect a wide variety of mediums including, but not limited to, sculpture, murals, performance-based and time-based work.  
APPLY HERE: https://www.publicartist.org/austinaipp/
Artist Budgets: $3,000 to $10,000 (all inclusive)Deadline to Apply: Tuesday, January 26 at 5 pm  Eligibility: Artists who are at least 18 years old and live and/or work in Austin or the ETJ.
View the Artist Information Meeting here!

“Wildflowers” by Bill Tavis, TEMPO 2D 2019
2021-2023 PRE QUALIFIED ARTIST POOL Art in Public Places program seeks Qualifications 
the 2021-2023 Pre-Qualifed Artist Pool Deadline Extended:  January 28 at 5 pm  Artists accepted to the Pool will have opportunities for artwork commissions at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport, Austin Convention Center, Parks and Recreation Department, among others.APPLY HERE: https://www.publicartist.org/austinaipp/

Artist Budgets: $20,000 to $500,000+ (all inclusive)Eligibility: Artists who are at least 18 years old and live in the United States and/or territories (Puerto Rico, U.S. Virgin Islands, Northern Mariana Islands, Guam, and American Samoa).
View the Artist Information Meeting here!
Questions? Contact AIPP Project Managers Alex.Irrera@austintexas.gov or Maria-Teresa.Bonet@austintexas.gov.
The Art in Public Places program continues work on public art projects for the City of Austin, supporting economic opportunities for artists during COVID-19. The safety of artists, staff and Austin residents remains our utmost priority. Adjustments to schedule and processes may be made depending on the state of the current health crisis. 

1. Visit the AIPP website to see the full project description and download the RFQ/P

2. Sign up and create an artist profile at www.publicartist.org

3. Come to an Artist Information Meeting or contact us with questions

4. Complete and submit the application online at www.publicartist.org/austinaipp
5. Sign up for AIPP’s monthly newsletter, The Public Art PULSE for the latest updatesVisit our Public Artist site

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