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Newport Beach Civic Center Sculpture Exhibition

Call to Artists (Public Art)

Details

Deadline November 30, 2021
Sponsor Arts Orange County
Location Newport Beach , CA

Description

The City of Newport Beach is pleased to announce a call for entries for Phase VII of its ongoing Invitational Sculpture Exhibition to further activate the splendor of the City’s Civic Center Park. Artists, private collectors, galleries, and museums/non-profit institutions are invited to submit artworks for consideration for a temporary exhibition at the site.

Up to ten artworks may be selected and showcased for two years in the heart of Newport Beach in Civic Center Park. The 14-acre, ocean-view site was specially designed by renowned landscape architect Peter Walker as an intended sculpture garden. The Civic Center Park has developed into a destination for residents and visitors to gather for events and activities including summer concerts on the lawn, art shows, docent-led sculpture park tours, visits to the dog park, or leisurely walks along the park’s winding trail, appreciating its environmentally-friendly expanse of native plant life. As home to City Hall, City administrative offices, and the Central Branch of the city’s public library system, the Civic Center is the heart of Newport Beach.

This is a unique opportunity to display artworks in a serene, ocean-view setting made to be beautified by sculpture. This exhibition has consistently delighted and enriched visitors with the works of world-class artists both local and national.

How to Participate

The search is being administered by Arts Orange County via the Slideroom platform. There is no cost to submit, the deadline is Nov. 30, 2021. Visit artsoc.slideroom.com to learn more and apply.


This opportunity has been submitted by Nicholas Thurkettle. The listing of the opportunity does not imply endorsement by the Division of Cultural Affairs or the Department of State. Contact Arts Orange County with questions or for more information.

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