Seattle Office of Arts & Culture and Seattle Public Utilities
Application deadline: 2/2/2021, 5 PM

The Seattle Office of Arts & Culture (ARTS), in partnership with Seattle Public Utilities, is seeking up to 11 emerging artists to develop new temporary public artworks for FLOW 2021-2022, an exhibition project to enliven construction walls and fences for infrastructure projects that are part of the Ship Canal Water Quality Project.

The artworks will be installed on construction walls and fences at four locations in Ballard, Fremont and Wallingford on a rotating basis starting in mid-2021. The walls and fences will be a mixture of 8′-12′ tall wood sound walls and 6′-8′ tall chain link fences, and artists are invited to use a variety of materials including but not limited to paint, photography, murals, sculptural attachments, rope or ribbon woven into fences, plastic puck attachments, or innovative approaches.

Learn more at a virtual workshop on 1/15/2021, 1 PM

For full details, click here.