CALL FOR SCULPTURE SUBMISSIONS HONORING THE PUBLIC SERVICE OF SAM BETTERS

Benson Sculpture Garden photo courtesy of City of Loveland
Benson Sculpture Garden photo courtesy of City of Loveland

The Loveland Housing Authority seeks proposals for a bronze sculpture honoring the professional life and public service of Sam Betters, Loveland Housing Authority Director from 1976 – November 2018.  This sculpture will be installed near the entrance to the Loveland Housing Authority offices located at 375 West 37th Street, Suite 200, Loveland.

The Loveland Housing Authority requests submissions that:

  • convey a sense of home & family
  • support the mission of the Loveland Housing Authority
  • are cast in bronze

 

Sculpture submissions may be from an artist’s existing inventory or may be created specifically for this project.

This project is open to any Loveland sculptor with demonstrated experience in creating distinctive bronze artwork.  The selected artist must be able to work effectively and collaboratively with the Project Team.  The timeline for installation will be determined by the artist and the Loveland Housing Authority. A maximum of $30,000.00 has been allocated for this project.  The deadline for submission is Friday, February 22, 2019.

Project details are available at www.LovelandPublicArt.org.

Contact Information:  Suzanne Janssen, Public Art Manager, (970) 962-2495, Suzanne.Janssen@cityofloveland.org

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Cynthia Wilson is a multimedia journalist with a Masters in New Media Journalism and a Bachelors in Journalism with a minor in Music Theory and Composition. She has a grassroots digital publication, Argento Studios. She is a content producer and co-founder of The Nashville Music Masters. She was the social producer for Green Mile Films, PR for Women’s Grand Prix at the US Pro Challenge, and Chief Relationship Officer for technology company Studio Hyperset. She is a music journalist, freelance writer, and digital content producer.

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