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The City of Parramatta, Sydney, Australia invites artists and artist teams residing both domestically and internationally to submit their qualifications to be considered for the Parramatta Square Public Art Projects. This opportunity is for two large-scale sculptures in the Parramatta Square public domain, which is currently under construction.
Parramatta Square will be the public centerpiece and the civic seat of government for the City of Parramatta local government area.
Parramatta Square’s public domain will be a lively and engaging connection between the world-class buildings that surround it. It will also be an important gathering place, destination and transit area for the many people who move through Parramatta on a daily basis.
The budget for each of the artworks is approximately $2,2000,000 (AUD) inclusive of all artist’s fees, as well as associated expenses for design, fabrication, insurance, transportation and installation.
Application are due by Friday, October 11 2019 11:59 pm (GMT+10).
For more information and to apply, please visit parracity.com.au/PS-PublicArt-EOI.
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