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Artists have until December 15 to apply for City of Peterborough’s indoor-outdoor public art project

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Inside the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre, one of the municipal facilities where two-dimensional public art installations will be located in the City of Peterborough Public Art Program's "Indoor-Outdoor: The Public Art for Public Facilities Project." (Screenshot of City of Peterborough virtual tour)
Inside the Peterborough Sport and Wellness Centre, one of the municipal facilities where two-dimensional public art installations will be located in the City of Peterborough Public Art Program’s “Indoor-Outdoor: The Public Art for Public Facilities Project.” (Screenshot of City of Peterborough virtual tour)

Peterborough-area artists have until next Thursday (December 15) to submit their proposals for two-dimensional public art installations at municipal facilities across the city.

“Indoor-Outdoor: The Public Art for Public Facilities Project,” administered through the City of Peterborough Public Art Program, is a two-stage public art project that will integrate artwork created by local artists into city parks, recreation facilities, and City Hall. The indoor stage of the project will be completed in early 2023, with the outdoor stage completed later in the year.

For the indoor stage of the project, the city is seeking original new, recent, or past artworks that will be installed and displayed for a year to 18-month term at either City Hall, the Kinsmen Civic Centre, the Healthy Planet Arena, or the Sport and Wellness Centre. The artworks will rotate between sites at the end of the first and each subsequent term.

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The intention of the project is to enrich these public spaces and people’s exposure to art by bringing art to places where people frequent. The indoor artworks will be mounted in the main foyers of each facility and will be among the first things visitors see upon entering.

Artworks envisioned for each space will help create an inviting atmosphere where visitors will feel comfortable playing, exercising, and gathering. Artworks should also speak in some way to the spirit of sport and consider the inherent relationship between beauty and skill.

All submissions must be completed online by 4 p.m. on Thursday, December 15th. Successful artists will be notified in early January, with art to be delivered and installed by early February.

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The call for submissions is open to professional artists and cultural practitioners living in the City of Peterborough, the County of Peterborough, and Hiawatha and Curve Lake First Nations. A selection committee will discuss each submission and select four artworks based on artistic merit, relevance, and feasibility.

The commission value for each artwork is $4,500.

For more information including submission guidelines and to apply, visit peterborough.ca/publicart.

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