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Public Art Opportunity - Riseley Street Roundabout
The City of Melville is seeking quotations from experienced and suitably qualified Artists or Artist Teams to design, fabricate and install a gateway artwork for the Riseley Street Activity Centre. The artwork will be the first commission post adoption of the Citys Public Art Strategy and Masterplan.
The project has a commission budget of $103,000 excl. GST. The site identified for the artwork is in the roundabout road reserve at the intersection of Riseley and Willcock Streets. The roundabout is highly visible, high-traffic location, and the Artwork will require specific design and engineering requirements to ensure it is fit for purpose.
RFQ Closes: 4pm AWST Tuesday 10 October 2017
Budget: $103,000 excl. GST
Artist Concept Fees: $1,500 excl. GST
To download the notes from the Artist Briefing Session held on 26 September 2017, please click on this link.
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