CALL FOR TARRANT COUNTY ARTISTS
East Lancaster Avenue Traffic Control Boxes
Deadline: January 7, 2016
Fort Worth Public Art seeks to license 14 different high-resolution images of artwork* by local artists for 14 traffic signal control cabinets on East Lancaster Avenue. Artists are invited to submit a minimum of 4 and a maximum of 8 original images. Artists will be paid a $500 license fee for each image selected to be printed on vinyl and adhered to a traffic control cabinet on East Lancaster Avenue for up to 5 years.
Featured Project - Chisholm Trail Parkway
By artist Norie Sato on the Chisholm Trail Parkway
Twelve mosiac murals of Trinity River water birds have just been installaed on the bridge monuments on the East Clear Fork Bridge. Read about the Trinity Water Fowls and Water Crossing Markers.
By artist Ned Kahn at the new Henderson Street Roundabout
Wind Roundabout is a kinetic sculpture entirely powered by free, renewable energy - the wind. Watch the wind acting on the sculpture through a live feed!
On Septmebr 14, 2015, the Fort Worth Art Commission recommended the Fort Worth Public Art Fiscal ear 2-16 Annual Work Plan. It includes ongoing projects as well as new projects and allocations. The plan will be presented to City Council for adoption later this month.
Monday, December 14, 2015 | 5:30 PM
Fort Worth Community Arts Center
1300 Gendy Street
Fort Worth, Texas 76107
See the DRAFT- Lake Como Master Plan, created by Artists Anitra Blayton and Mel Ziegler
A Master Plan to rejuvenate and bring the park back to life, while celebrating the pioneers, legends and heroes of the Como Community