CALL TO ARTISTS
Request for qualifications
CHAPEL HILL PARK & RIDE
The City of Ottawa’s Public Art Program invites artists to submit qualifications for consideration to design, fabricate and install a temporary artwork for Chapel Hill Park & Ride as outlined in this Call to Artists.
Deadline for Submissions: Wednesday, August 21, 2019, 12 noon, EST
Budget: $18,000 plus HST
Information: Hannah Kingscote, Public Art Officer
The complete Call to artists: http://tinyurl.com/y4rbmq4b
PUBLIC ART OPPORTUNITY
The City of Ottawa invites professional artists or artist teams to submit qualifications for the opportunity to design, fabricate and install a temporary artwork for Chapel Hill Park and Ride. This two-stage competition is held in accordance with the Public Art Policy. This Request for Proposals document provides information, details and submission requirements relating to the Chapel Hill Park and Ride and to this public art competition.
- Public Art Policy: http://tinyurl.com/yc5xbzcy
CHAPEL HILL PARK AND RIDE - PROJECT VISION & DESCRIPTION
The City of Ottawa is designing and constructing a new Park and Ride facility at Navan Road and Brian Coburn Boulevard. Chapel Hill Park and Ride is identified as an ‘interim’ facility, with plans for the site to be integrated into future phases of Bus Rapid Transit development. Currently, it is expected that the earliest any changes will be made to the facility will be in 2032, therefore the public artwork that is installed as part of this opportunity will be deemed to be temporary for approximately 13 years. Towards the end of the lifespan of the Park and Ride, the future of the installed artwork will be determined depending on a variety of factors including the proposed changes to the site, the condition of the artwork, etc.