Vancity call to artists

$6,500 up for grabs for Surrey branch's renovation project.

An award of $6,500 is being given to the winning applicant in Vancity’s call to artists as part of a branch renovation project.

Vancity is revamping its Cedar Hills community branch, at 12820 96 Ave. and is looking for artists to create a work for what will be behind the concierge desk at the branch.

Vancity is looking for someone that can capture the “diverse culture of the Cedar Hills community,” including themes of social, historical, economic or environmental importance.

In addition to the $6,500 fee, Vancity is also providing a materials budget for supplies.

Vancity’s Art Selection Committee comprises of staff from the company’s brand experience and facility planning teams, as well as branch staff and two Vancity members.

For further information, visit http://bit.ly/1HVUW6k

The deadline is May 14 by mail or May 18 online.

The Call to Artists for the Cedar Hills community branch (44) is open to all visual artists and artist teams living or working the Lower Mainland.

 

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