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RTA seeks public art for stations

Marc Lefkowitz  |  06/12/06 @ 4:22pm

The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority is calling for artists to submit public art proposals as part of the reconstruction of two Rapid transit stations. The Puritas station (art budget: $50,000) and the E. 55th station (art budget: $80,000) are currently being designed. Applications are available here and are due to RTA by July 21.

Are you an artist who's longed to submit a proposal for a public art contest but didn't know where to begin? GreenCityBlueLake recommends you take a look at Cleveland Public Art's handy resource guide. It will walk you through the steps, from what to expect when submitting a proposal to the selection and creative process. (Note that Cleveland Public Art is not involved in the RTA projects at Puritas and E. 55th).  

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