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Artists living in the Front Range Corridor (see eligible counties below) are invited to submit qualifications for the Boulder Office of Arts and Culture's Mural Artist Roster. This roster serves as a resource to identify artists most suitable for new artwork commissions, including the Creative Neighborhoods Mural Program. The roster is updated annually and artists currently listed on the roster are invited to reapply.
The Office of Arts and Culture is implementing Boulder’s Community Cultural Plan. Through a set of programs, including cultural grants, public art, initiatives for artists, the creative economy, and research, the Office of Arts and Culture seeks to facilitate an alignment in the community around our collective Vision for Culture: Together we will craft Boulder’s social, physical, and cultural environment to include creativity as an essential ingredient for the well being, prosperity, and joy of everyone in the community.
Application deadline - October 15, 2022; 11:59 pm MST
Notification of selected artists - November 15, 2022
Boulder Office of Arts and Culture does not guarantee that an artist selected for the roster will receive a commission through the Neighborhood Mural Program. Selected artists may continue to apply for opportunities through the Boulder Office of Art and Culture for the duration that they are on the roster. Artists not selected for the roster may apply for other opportunities through the Boulder Office of Art and Culture. Tentative Timeline subject to change.
Amy Hoagland | Public Art Program | HoaglandA@bouldercolorado.gov
Letter of interest. 1pg max, uploaded as PDF. What is your experience with public art? Murals? Why do you want to be included in Boulder’s Mural Artist Roster?
Work Samples. 2 image minimum, 8 image maximum. Video and audio files also accepted.
Image Identification List. Uploaded as PDF. Include title, location, date, media, dimensions, brief project description/conceptual information.
References. Contact info for 3 professional references.
All materials must be submitted through CaFE
Open to experienced artists living in the Front Range Corridor region of CO & WY regardless of race, color, creed, gender, gender variance, national origin, age, religion, marital status, political opinion or affiliation or mental or physical handicap. Artists working in any media are eligible to apply. Artists are not required to have previous experience in public art.
Front Range Corridor region includes Albany and Laramie counties in Wyoming and the following counties in Colorado: Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Clear Creek, Denver, Douglas, El Paso, Elbert, Fremont, Gilpin, Jefferson, Larimer, Park, Pueblo, Teller, Weld.