The Art in Public Places program uses the CaFÉ electronic application and selection process. There is no application fee for the project or to create an account on the system. Please note all materials must be submitted according to the specifications outlined on the CaFÉ website.
Prospectus #244 TIME—Temporary Installations Made for the Environment: Edgewood
The Art in Public Places Program of New Mexico Arts, Route 66 Arts Alliance, and City of Edgewood seek to commission five temporary environmentally based artworks to be exhibited in various locations in Edgewood, New Mexico. The proposed artworks should relate to this year's theme: "Persistence".
Prospectus #242 New Mexico State University Hardman and Jacobs Undergraduate Learning Center Request for Qualifications
- Theater Corridor RFQ
- Bernalillo County Public Art
- Axle Contemporary Call for Artists 2016
- Albuquerque Public Art Program
- Zion National Park Artist-in-Residence Program