Cleveland Public Library
in partnership with LAND studio
invites artists, designers and other creative professionals to create a temporary public art project in the library’s Eastman Reading Garden.
As part of an annual program called See Also,
one artist (or team of artists) is selected to exhibit an artwork from May until October in this visible and beloved space in the heart of downtown.
For 2013, organizers are asking artists to think BIG:
"In the spirit of thinking big for our city, Cleveland Public Library and LAND studio challenge artists to design thoughtful, wacky, novel or whimsical concepts for a jury of local stakeholders to consider for installation in the Eastman Reading Garden. Artists are encouraged to develop concepts that deal with the garden space specifically, or present ideas for sites throughout the city at the scale of the garden."
One or more artists will be selected to create an installation for the garden that showcases their big dreams for a small space.
All proposals must be received at LAND studio’s office by 5:00 p.m. on Friday November 9, 2012. Hand deliveries will be accepted. If you have any questions regarding the site or the materials that are to be submitted, please call LAND studio at 216-621-5413 x117 or email firstname.lastname@example.org