Opportunity
STA City Line designer RFQ
Spokane Arts is requesting qualifications from designers interested in creating a cohesive set of designs of four standard elements to be included in upcoming City Line Stations for Spokane Transit Authority (STA). The City Line will include 33 new bus rapid transit stations, grouped into nine place-based "themes" including Browne's Addition (5 stations), Center City Downtown (6 stations), and Logan (3 stations). (Find more details on each of the community-directed themes here.) One designer or design-team will be selected for each theme, and applicants may choose to apply for a selection of the nine themes or just one. 
Opportunity
Bike Corral Mini Murals
Spokane Arts is seeking individual artists or artist teams to submit proposals for small street murals located inside of new bike/scooter corrals to be installed throughout Spokane. These murals will be installed to designate bike and scooter parking areas and bring new artwork throughout the city. Exact sizes will vary, but will be approximately 100 sq ft. Applicants should submit mural proposals for a 8' x 12' space, but be prepared to adjust their design to fit specific size and location if selected for this project. Up to six artists or artist teams will be selected to install their mural at one of six locations. 
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2021 Utility Box Art Wraps
Spokane Utility Box Art Wraps call to artists! A program of Spokane Arts in partnership with STCU and the City of Spokane. Spokane Arts is seeking designs created by area artists to cover traffic signal and utility boxes throughout the city of Spokane. Selected artist designs will be printed on vinyl and wrapped around the boxes by a third party design fabricator. The intent of the project is to beautify the utility boxes, bringing art to otherwise utilitarian surfaces and giving artists an opportunity to develop public art experience. Up to 15 artists will be chosen for this round of art wraps.Selected artists will be awarded $350 per box design. Artists can submit up to 4 designs.Signal box locations will be located throughout the city of Spokane and are to be installed in 2021.
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2021-2022 Washington State Heritage Arts Apprenticeship Program
The Center for Washington Cultural Traditions is excited to announce that we are now accepting applications for the 2021-2022 Washington State Heritage Arts Apprenticeship Program. Created to encourage people to learn a traditional trade, craft, or skill, the Heritage Arts Apprenticeship Program provides financial incentives to individuals who want to preserve cultural traditions important to Washington’s communities. Program participants may teach or study occupational arts, traditional language practices, storytelling and other verbal arts, dance, culinary traditions, music, and much more. For participating in the program, master artists will receive $4,000 and apprentices receive $1000. Additional funds may be added to the honorarium for materials, travel costs and more.
Opportunity
Add yourself to the Artist Roster!
The Spokane Arts artist roster is a searchable tool designed to showcase local creatives and connect them with community members seeking artists and makers. People can browse the entire roster to discover a new favorite artist or filter by the type of work they’re seeking. Artists can share samples of their work, a description of what drives them to create and links to check out their website or social media. If you're an artist in the Spokane area, you can submit your information to be included on the roster! This is a free resource designed to support the local creative community. Submit your information here to be added to the roster. Please note: the artist roster is a free resource directory to find artists. Any local artist can add their information. The artists on the roster are not endorsed or represented by Spokane Arts.