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Oklahoma public art

Oklahoma Art in Public Places

 

Calls for Artists

Project: Sallisaw Veterans Center
Deadline: October 15, 2019
Download the Sallisaw Veterans Center Request for Qualifications

Artists and artist teams are invited to submit qualifications for the design and installation of artwork for an Oklahoma Art in Public Places project at the new Sallisaw Veterans Center. Deadline is October 15.

Submit materials using the application form below. Download the RFQ for full project description and 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% of their budgets invested in public art that represents the history and values of the state. The program augments state economic development goals and enhances public spaces for residents within their respective communities. Currently, 27 states and territories administer percent for art programs. More than 350 public art programs exist across the United States.

The Oklahoma Art in Public Art Places program was initially administered through the Oklahoma Historical Society. In 2015, Gov. Mary Fallin signed legislation placing the program under the Oklahoma Arts Council.

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.