Everett Community College Seeks Artwork for Henry M. Jackson Center

  • Tuesday, March 27, 2012 2:43pm
  • Life

If you are a working artist with a piece ready for display then read on.

Everett Community College is seeking existing artwork for its renovated Henry M. Jackson Center. Applications are due April 9.

Artists must include a brief statement about the artwork, their resume and one digital image of each piece of artwork (JPG format, 1920 x 1920 pixels) on their application. Artists must also include a detailed description of each artwork, including dimensions, the medium or materials used, the date it was finished and purchase price.

The college’s total budget for the purchase of artwork is $7,500.

A selection committee from EvCC’s Art Collections Committee and S.M. Stemper Architects, Inc. will select the artwork.

For more information about the building and applying, visit Art on the EvCC Campus.

Applications should be emailed to Jeanne Leader, EvCC Dean of Arts and Learning Resources, at jleader@everettcc.edu. For more information, call Leader at 425-388-9502.

The Herald of Everett

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