Professional visual artists or artist teams working in any media, legally authorized to work in the United States, and who are at least 18 years of age, are eligible to apply. Artists with ties to the neighborhood and community of Maimonides Medical Center are encouraged to apply, as well as artists with experience in community engagement practices. Maimonides Medical Center is committed to the values of inclusion and advancing diversity in the field of arts and health. We highly encourage applicants that are traditionally underrepresented* to submit to this RFQ. *Including, but not limited to: Immigrant, Indigenous, LGBTQIA, Person of Color, Person with Disability, Socioeconomic Disadvantage)
Number of Participants
PLEASE READ FULL RFQ GUIDELINES AT APPLICATION URL BEFORE SUBMITTING YOUR QUALIFICATIONS. This RFQ solicits one professional artist (or one team of artists) whose portfolio will show experience working in large-scale public artwork, with a particular focus on connections to the borough of Brooklyn, New York. Experience working collaboratively with communities or healthcare centers is preferred.
Selection Results (Announcement Dates)
March 05, 2021 - June 30, 2021
- $5,000.00 material budget (one-time)
- $15,000.00 stipend (one-time)
Community Engagement , Mural Projects
Installation, Multimedia, Public Art, Sculpture, Thinkers, Visual Arts
Maimonides Medical Center presents a Request for Qualifications (RFQ) for a lead artist/s to work on a mural or public artwork to be displayed in a prominent location on the Maimonides campus in Brooklyn, New York. The selected artist/s will work collaboratively with the Public Artwork Steering Committee (PASC) and Focus Group comprised of staff and/ or community members to develop the artwork concept and design. The goal for the artwork is to honor the past, present, and future of Maimonides’ service to our community, a recognition and celebration of those who have come before and those yet to serve. Maimonides Medical Center will select one professional artist (or one team of artists) to work closely with the PASC to develop the artwork scope and concept. The scope of the artwork lends itself most closely to mural work, but it not limited to such, and and Maimonides invites creative and unique perspectives for artwork that will fulfill the aforementioned goal.
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