Calgary Municipal Land Corporation (CMLC), the master developer in East Village, invites Calgary and area artists, collectives and not-for-profit arts organizations to submit proposals to create a site-specific, temporary art installation along the Jack and Jean Leslie RiverWalk.
The goal of this program is for temporary public art installations to contribute to the character and vitality of East Village as part of the community’s revitalization.
As urban placemakers, CMLC has successfully partnered with talented local artists to deliver previous Art in the Public Realm projects along RiverWalk, the New Central Library site and 4th Street Underpass SE.
Proposals are being accepted until Tuesday, January 15, 2019. A schedule for the installation can be mutually agreed upon between the artist and CMLC with an expected completion by July 31, 2019.
The Budget & Term
The total allocated budget for this project (all six sites) is $90,000 CDN. The budget is inclusive of artist fees and materials required for the creation and installation. Art installations are considered temporary in nature and will remain in place for a period of 24 to 36 months, following the completed installation.
For full project details, download the attached RFP or visit calgarymlc.ca.
Please contact Jessa Morrison at email@example.com or 403.718.9400 for further inquiries.