Athens Municipal Arts Commission Seeks Submissions for Waste Water Treatment Plant Mural
Athens, Ohio - The Athens Municipal Arts Commission (A.M.A.C.) announces that it is seeking submissions for a mural to be installed at the Waste Water Treatment Plant.
The City of Athens has allocated approximately $3000 ($2250 stipend and $750 materials cost) for a permanent work of public art to be installed on the sides of two clarifiers at the Waste Water Treatment Plant.
Selections will be made by the Selection Committee, composed of Percent for Art ad-hoc committee members.
Commencement of Work – It is expected that work on the site can begin on or around April 15, 2019 with anticipated completion prior to July 1, 2019. Please note that weather may delay the start date and the exact date will be determined by the City Safety and Service Director.
For more information, and to view the complete submission prospectus, please visit the city website:
Information can be found under “Current Calls for Entry”.
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: All submissions must be hand-delivered or received no later than 4:00 PM on Friday, November 30, 2018
Mail/hand deliver applications to:
Waste Water Treatment Plant Mural Project
132 West State Street
Athens, Ohio 45701
All project questions should be directed to AMAC member Elizabeth Braun: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Athens Municipal Arts Commission is a City Council appointed commission of the City of Athens, OH. Its Mission is to make recommendations to the Mayor, City Council, and the community in order to enhance the existing cultural resources of the area; to encourage new opportunities for the creation, performance, and exhibition of all the arts; and to promote policies and activities that preserve the beauty, history, and culture of the region.
A.M.A.C. is not a funding or re-granting organization. AMAC has no budget and no authority to commission or purchase work, merely to make recommendations to the City leadership. To accomplish this, A.M.A.C. considers proposals from private, public and government sources by forming ad hoc study groups (arts selection committees) made up of artists, citizens and A.M.A.C. members who, after due consideration, make recommendations to A.M.A.C., who then deliberates and forwards its recommendations to the Athens City Council and Administration.