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CALLS TO ARTISTS

PUBLIC ART: TRAFFIC SIGNAL WRAP  2021 
- CLOSED -

Traffic signal boxes, located at intersections around the city, are wrapped with a vinyl print copy of artworks by local professional artists. All artists are juried and paid for use of their artwork.

 

For more information, please visit: 

https://www.londonarts.ca/public-art-program

CALL TO PROFESSIONAL ARTISTS & CREATORS :

The London Arts Council invites artists and creators living in London and surrounding First Nations - the Chippewas of the Thames, the Oneida Nation of the Thames, and the Munsee-Delaware Nation - to submit high-resolution digital images of their original artwork for purchase and use in a public art project. Artwork images will be printed onto a vinyl wrap and attached to traffic light boxes at street light intersections around London.

Payment
selected artists and creators will receive $300.00 per image used as per CARFAC 2020 rates.

The artwork provided is the original artwork and is the sole intellectual property of the artist or creator, with no copyright infringements. Please refer to the Canadian Intellectual Property Office website link for clarification on copyright:
https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cipointernet-internetopic.nsf/eng/h_wr02281.html

Professional Artist and Creator
This project is open to all professional artists and creators (emerging and established) who are 18 years of age or older, and who reside in London Ontario or surrounding First Nations - the Chippewas of the Thames, the Oneida Nation of the Thames, and the Munsee- Delaware Nation.

The London Arts Council defines a professional artist and creator as someone who has developed skills through training or practice, is recognized by artists and creators working within the same artistic tradition, has a history of public presentation, seeks payment for their work, and actively practices their work. Short breaks in artistic work history are permitted under this definition.

Submission Criteria
Digital images at 300 dpi.

Submissions are now closed.

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CALL TO ASPIRING YOUTH ARTISTS & CREATORS:


The London Arts Council is providing a unique opportunity for aspiring youth artists and creators to submit high-resolution digital images of their original artwork for purchase and use in a public art project. Artwork images will be printed onto a vinyl wrap and attached to traffic light boxes at street light intersections around London.

Payment
Selected youth artists and creators will receive $100.00 per image used.

The artwork provided is the original artwork and is the sole intellectual property of the youth artist or creator, with no copyright infringements. Please refer to the Canadian Intellectual Property Office website link for clarification on copyright:
https://www.ic.gc.ca/eic/site/cipointernet-internetopic.nsf/eng/h_wr02281.html

Aspiring Youth Artist and Creator
This project is open to all aspiring youth artists and creators between the ages of 14 and 17 who reside in London Ontario or surrounding First Nations - the Chippewas of the Thames, the Oneida Nation of the Thames, and the Munsee-Delaware Nation.

The London Arts Council defines an aspiring youth artist and creator as someone who is developing their skills through regular training and/or practice. The London Arts Council endeavors to create opportunities for aspiring youth artists and creators to gain experience in publicly exhibiting their work, and in doing so, provides financial support.

Submission Criteria
Digital images at 300 dpi.

Submissions are now closed.