|Have you ever wondered exactly what happens to your RFQ submission once you send it in for consideration? This fourth discussion series will present a rare window into the public art panel review process. Come learn how and why an application advances to the final round; hear the kinds of questions and conversations panelists have with one another; ask a few of your own; and pick up some tips and tricks to employ in response to the next RFQ that comes your way.
How Will It Work?
NEFA has selected an existing, open national artist call (The Baltimore Office of Promotion & The Arts’ Dundalk Avenue Streetscape Project) and encourages interested artists to draft their submission and send it for consideration by our very own mock panel.
We will select 8-10 applications to be reviewed publicly and constructively critiqued on Monday, March 28, 2011 in advance of the actual RFQ deadline on Wednesday, March 30, 2011.
NEFA’s submission guidelines can be found on the Events Calendar and applications are due to Mary Tinti (email@example.com) by noon on Tuesday, March 15, 2011.
Who Should Attend?
Artists, administrators, and interested parties may participate by attending the panel event and/or submitting their application for possible review.
This FREE Public Art Discussion Series event is designed to foster real, candid conversations about how to put forth the best applications possible and we hope you will participate. All levels of public art experience are welcome!