Wednesday, October 10, 2012

See Also: 2013 Call for Artists

Cleveland Public Library and LAND studio are looking for artists to create projects for the library's Eastman Reading Garden, which is located between the downtown Main Building and Louis Stokes Wing. Some information from

About the Competition

2013 Theme
Throughout Cleveland’s history, people have dreamed big, offering unique depictions of what a cityscape could contain. This ambitious visioning has produced a range of concepts, big and small, fantastic and far-fetched, that could redefine Cleveland’s landscape. From attaching ferris wheels to bridges to erecting a giant Superman across the Cuyahoga, Clevelanders have long conveyed fearlessness and creativity in their dreams.

For the 2013 See Also installation, we are asking artists to think BIG. In the spirit of thinking big for our city, Cleveland Public Library and LAND studio challenge artists to design thoughtful, wacky, novel or whimsical concepts for a jury of local stakeholders to consider for installation in the Eastman Reading Garden. Artists are encouraged to develop concepts that deal with the garden space specifically, or present ideas for sites throughout the city at the scale of the garden.

One or more artists will be selected to create an installation for the garden that showcases their big dreams for a small space.

Find more information — including eligibility, location, requirements, awards, deadlines and budget — at See Also: 2013 Call for Artists.

-- Cheryl Sadler | | @nhcheryl

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