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Call for Art Watershed Art Group, Ashland, OR

A Call for Art
Watershed  Art Group Requests Proposal for Sculpture Installation

Bandersnatch Trail, Ashland Watershed, Ashland, Oregon

The Watershed Art Group, in cooperation with the City of Ashland Public Arts Commission, with assistance of a grant from the Haines and Friends Fund, is seeking proposals for a three dimensional sculpture to be permanently installed along Bandersnatch Trail in the Ashland Watershed as part of the Watershed Art Project’s “Art Trail.” The concept will be initially displayed in Ashland, and will eventually become the second piece to be situated on the trail. It will follow the well-received “Pacific Fisher” created by Jeremy Criswell of Jacksonville, Oregon. We are including the possibility of sculptures made from natural  materials in the Watershed as well as ephemeral art.

The Watershed Art Group is calling for proposals for sculpture for the  second piece on the Bandersnatch  “Art Trail” Please review the Request For Proposals/Call for Art below and consider submitting a proposal by March 15, 2016. Any questions can be directed to: the Watershed Art Group  [email protected]

or call Pam Marsh 541-282-4516, or Sue Springer 541-601-6406

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