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Jacksonville Jaguars Miller Electric Center Exterior Sculpture - Project 2 of 7
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Entry Deadline: 10/28/22
Days remaining to deadline: 21
Work Sample Requirements
Images | Minimum:Min. 4, Maximum:Max. 8
Video | Minimum:Min. 0, Maximum:Max. 2
Total Samples | Minimum:Min. 4, Maximum:Max. 10
Call Type: Public Art
Eligibility: Unspecified
State: Florida
Budget: $130,000

ARTWORK DESCRIPTION:

(1) One, three-dimensional (3D), free-standing, sculpture to be installed adjacent to main entrances of the Jacksonville Jaguars’ new sports performance center. Can include a light feature. Size 15’-20’h X 5’-7’w X 5’-7’d with a weight of no more than 1,000 lbs.

Materials: Metal, stone, glass, and/or other alternative or repurposed materials. Must withstand hurricane wind gusts of 145 mph.

 

ARTIST SERVICES (The following activities will be required):                                         

  1. Proposal Development
  2. Final Design Presentation (where applicable, pre-existing sculpture omitted)
  3. Coordination with JAGS/CCGJ Project Management Team
  4. Engineering, Permitting, Fabrication, Delivery, Installation, and Storage (if applicable)
  5. Lighting Consultation as Needed
  6. Photographic Documentation

 

SITE LOCATION DESCRIPTION:

Outdoor sculpture will be located adjacent to the main entrance(s). Photographs available upon request, site under construction.

 

ANTICIPATED ART PROJECT SCHEDULE:

  • Call to Artist Execution & Opening Date:  September 8, 2022
  • Call to Artist Application Deadline:  October 28, 2022,  11:59PM MST
  • Client Review & Voting on Top Three Selections:  November 4-18, 2022
  • Commissioned Artist Notification:  November 21-23, 2022
  • Contract Execution:  November 21-30, 2022
  • Artist Visits for Community Engagement/Site Visits NOT MANDATORY, provided as needed and will also be offered virtually on an as needed basis for selected artists
  • Initial Concept Design:  PROPOSAL INCLUDED IN APPLICATION DUE
  • Final Design:   January 4, 2023
  • Site Prep & Install:  June 1 - June 10, 2023
  • Grand Opening Dedication Ceremony for all artwork:  TBD – Slated for Summer 2023

 

PROJECT BUDGET:  $130,000

The budget includes all costs to the artist: i.e., artwork proposals, artwork engineering, permitting, and fabrication, artwork shipping, delivery, and storage (if applicable), insurance, travel, lighting (if applicable), any applicable sales tax, and installation. Pre-fabricated concrete base with footer and electricity (if applicable) to the site of the sculpture provided by the client. See page 8 for footer design, which does not currently include a provision for lighting.

 

APPLICATION REQUIREMENTS:

The information and documentation below must be submitted through CaFE by 11:59 MST on October 28, 2022.

  1. Artist Statement:  Upload an artist statement with the following (copy and paste is   acceptable.)
    1. If needed, I am/We are available to visit the site in person for potential client   engagement during the period of November 30, 2022 – January 4, 2023, in order to   complete the design as per the project schedule.
    2. I am/We are over 21 years old, not a student in a formal degree program and have   been creating and installing public art for more than seven (7) years.
    3. I /We have or will acquire the required coverages for additional insured   certificates for general commercial liability for the contract period if required.
  2. Resume: A current and professional resume, emphasizing public art experience and   public commissions (if any). On key public art projects, please note engaged corporate   entities or government agencies.
  3. Images:  The artist(s) will upload a minimum of 2 completed projects in 8 images and up   to 2 videos. The videos are limited to 120 seconds each.
  4. File names: Statement, resume and images should start with Last Name-First Name-statement, Last Name-First Name-resume, Last Name-First Name-image1, Last Name-First Name-image2, etc.
  5. COLORIZED SKETCH OR COMPUTER RENDERING OF SUBMITTED CONCEPT DESIGN SHOWN FROM THE FRONT, BACK AND SIDE – OR – HIGH RESOLUTION IMAGES OF PRE-EXISTING WORKS DEPICTING SAME. DIMENSIONS MUST BE INCLUDED.
  6. NARRATIVE DESCRIBING ARTWORK SYMBOLISM, INTENTION, AND TECHNICAL DETAIL
    1. Artwork submitted must be a sculpture appropriate for permanent exterior exhibit and pass hurricane rating, once adhered into ground.

 

ARTIST ELIGIBILITY:

The project is open to artists over 21-years-old, who are not students in a formal degree program and who have been practicing artists for more than seven (7) years. Artist is defined broadly to include the traditional arts and the design arts.