Corcoran Neighborhood Organization put out a call to artists this week to implement ten public art projects over two years in the Corcoran neighborhood. The art projects will reflect the values of the neighborhood and be created with the help of residents of all ages and ability.
The Boulevard Art project will create a series of permanent displays in highly visible areas of the neighborhood. Additionally, a permanent pavement mural will be created near the southwest corner of Corcoran Park.
Funding is available for artists to design and implement these projects. Proposals are due May 9 for Pavement Art and June 1 for Boulevard Art. Guidelines may be found here:
For more information, contact Eric Gustafson at the Corcoran Neighborhood Organization at 612-724-7457.
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