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The city of Clearwater is calling all artists for downtown sculpture installation

Posted at 10:34 AM, Jul 17, 2018
and last updated 2018-07-17 10:34:31-04

CLEARWATER, Fla. — The city of Clearwater is working with the Public Art and Design Board to find three artists to install already completed sculptures as part of their Sculpture360 exhibition. 

The three chosen pieces will be displayed in Downtown Clearwater along the 400-600 blocks of Cleveland Street, and each will be awarded a $3,000 honorarium. The art will be on display for 18 months. 

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The deadline to apply is Friday, August 17. Selected artists will be notified on September 4. Applicants are asked to submit a one-page resume or short bio, 2-4 photographs of the eligible sculpture, and contact information for two references from past installations. 

Sculpture360 is a rotating exhibition that features temporary artwork as part of the Public Art and Design Program. The exhibition is going into its ninth season. 

The exhibition is supported through contributions from the City's Public Art Fund, along with partnerships with local donors and organizations. 

To submit your work, visit and click on the "Call to Artists" link under the Programs tab. You can also contact Madai Gutierrez at or (727) 562-4837.