Focused on meeting the ever-changing needs of technology and work styles for today’s growing businesses, Christianson’s exemplifies design-forward thinking. In today’s competitive employment market, the office space is now an investment to attract talent rather than an expense.
Artists are asked to submit images of up to five previously created artworks no later than Wednesday, October 9 at 5 pm that could be translated to vinyl and wrapped on the utility box at Christianson’s location at 2828 13th Avenue South in Fargo. The artist of the selected work will receive a $250 licensing fee.
The Arts Partnership and Christianson’s Business Furniture have the right to decline any submissions, retract this Call for Artists for any reason and/or issue an additional Call for Artists at any time.
2D and 3D artists from the Metro area, within 100 miles of the Metro or who are Primary Arts Partners with The Arts Partnership are eligible to apply. Your artwork can be any medium: drawing, painting, photography, graphic design, even 3-D objects. A graphic artist will work with the selected artists to make adjustments to the art image so it can be translated to vinyl to fit the utility box.
Please Note: you may submit for consideration images of previously created work, as long as you have retained the copyright to do so.
Send an email by the deadline of Wednesday, October 9 at 5 pm to Tania Blanich, Director of Operations of The Arts Partnership, at firstname.lastname@example.org with the following information:
A committee will review the proposed artworks submitted and make their decisions based on the following considerations:
All applicants will be notified by Friday, October 11 about whether or not their work has been selected.
The selected artist will be compensated a $250 licensing fee for rights to use their image on the utility box. The artist will receive the licensing fee upon signing an art release/waiver.
The artist’s name and title of artwork will appear on the utility box.
Liability and Publicity Release
The submitted works (collectively or individually referred to as the “Art”) will be evaluated by a committee. Selected Art may receive editing suggestions from the committee.
By submitting Art and submitting an application form, you agree that:
Questions: Tania Blanich at email@example.com or 701-237-6133.