Mississauga artist sought to decorate downtown skate park
The City of Mississauga is looking for artists to help decorate a City Centre skate park.
Sculpture Court, a multi-use ramp and skateboarding park at 300 City Centre Dr., will be adorned with original digital artwork created by emerging Mississauga artists or artist teams (photographers, illustrators, graphic designers, painters, etc.).
The commissioned artist will be responsible for creating designs that span several sections in the park. The art will be printed on panels and installed in the skate park, creating a captivating visual presence.
The City will be responsible for all fabrication and installation.
This opportunity is designed for emerging artists who are interested in gaining experience in the public realm and learning the technical skills required to create digital artwork that is suitable for large-scale reproduction.
The artist will be expected to complete the project by July. Total budget for the project is $4,000 and submissions will be accepted until May 30.
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