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Oklahoma Art in Public Places

 

Call for Artists

 

Project: Choctaw Code Talkers of World War I
Deadline: December 1, 2021, 11:59 p.m. CST

Artists and artist teams are invited to submit materials for a painting commemorating the Choctaw Code Talkers of World War I for an Oklahoma Art in Public Places project at the Oklahoam State Capitol. Submit materials using the application form below. 

Download the RFQ for a full project description and list of requirements.

Questions should be directed to our Director of Art in Public Places.

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About Oklahoma Art in Public Places

Signed into law in 2004, the Oklahoma Art in Public Places Act requires that eligible state capital improvement projects have 1.5 percent of their budgets invested in public art that represents the history and values of the state. The program advances state economic development goals and enhances public spaces for Oklahoma residents. In its management of the program, the Oklahoma Arts Council facilitates a process that brings together state government entities, artists, and local citizens in the commissioning or acquisition of artwork.

How does the program meet Oklahoma’s needs?

The Oklahoma Art in Public Places program augments the state's economic development goals and enhances public spaces for Oklahomans within their respective communities. Benefits of the program include:

 

Public Art Locations

Locations that may benefit from state public art projects include:

 

Questions?

For more information, contact our Director of Art in Public Places.