Richmond in search of artists for animal shelter’s $44K public artwork mission
Richmond is asking for BC artists to submit paintings proposals for its new animal shelter facility that can open within the coming weeks.
A finances of $44,000 from the Richmond Neighborhood Animal Shelter building mission is being put apart for a public artwork set up on the facility.
One per cent of the development finances for the shelter at 12071 No. 5 Rd. was allotted for public paintings at the start of the mission.
In accordance with a metropolis report, $35,000 can be used for the paintings together with design, manufacturing, fabrication, taxes and different prices, and $9,000 can be used to put in and preserve the general public artwork.
Artists from BC can be allowed to suggest an paintings to be created on a brand new fence or on a pre-built fence which can face the east aspect of the location and the primary road on No. 5 Roads.
As soon as a proposal has been chosen, it is going to be forwarded to council for endorsement within the fall of 2022 with an anticipated design and set up of the paintings in March 2023.
Nonetheless, the artist and design proposals won’t be chosen till the animal shelter is accomplished, which needs to be quickly.
The shelter is nearing completion and is anticipated to open within the “coming weeks,” based on Clay Adams, spokesperson for the Metropolis of Richmond.
Adams added that the general public can be welcomed to the brand new facility for an open home earlier than the shelter formally opens for operation.
Submission deadline is July 11 with finalists to be contacted on July 21.
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