Call for Artists: Traffic Box Art Wrap Project

By Editorial Team on May 2, 2018
Photo courtesy of Hyattsville Community Development Corporation.
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Deadline: Friday, May 25 at 4pm
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View full call here. 

Overview
The Hyattsville Community Development Corporation announces a Call for Artists’ designs to transform select traffic signal cabinets in Hyattsville into public artworks. Traffic signal cabinets – the stainless steel structures located at every signalized intersection – are vulnerable to graffiti and vandalism. This project will utilize a public art application to address community blight and enhance the visual landscape. Artist designs will be printed on vinyl and wrapped around state-maintained signal box cabinets in the City of Hyattsville. This project is made possible through funding from the Maryland Department of Housing and Community Development’s Community Legacy Program and the support of the Maryland State Highway Administration.

Deadline
This call is open until 4pm on Friday, May 25th, 2018. To ensure fairness to all, there are no extensions or waivers of deadlines.

Eligibility
This call is open to all artists, graphic designers, illustrators, and photographers who currently live or work within the State of Maryland. Submitted designs must be original artwork and can be created in any medium, so long as it can be represented in, and is submitted as, a high-resolution digital image without loss of integrity or quality.

Submission Requirements
Please e-mail all application materials to our e-mail inbox: rfp@hyattsvillecdc.org.