This is not a request for proposals and is provided for informational purposes only. Artists who wish to be considered for Percent-for-Art projects are encouraged to become registered in the Chicago Public Art Program's Artist Registry. Artists are initially evaluated based on their overall body of work and credentials and NOT on site-specific proposals.
Richard M. Daley Branch Library, 733 North Kedzie Avenue, Ward 27
(formerly known as West Humboldt Park Branch Library)
Greater Grand Crossing Branch Library, 1000 East 73rd Street, Ward 5
Little Village Branch Library, 2311 South Kedzie Avenue, Ward 24
12th District Police Station, 1412 South Blue Island Avenue, Ward 2
Edgewater Branch Library, 5917 N. Broadway Street, Ward 48
The projects listed above are forthcoming and confirmed as of March 10, 2011.
(Projects in the design and selection phase)
In the above projects, the selection of artists and art-work for the Public Art Program is designed to be both project-specific and community-based. If the budget available for the project is no more than $10,000, the project will usually be awarded as a direct commission. If the budget available for the project is more than $10,000, the project will be awarded through a competitive process as described in the Guidelines for the Chicago Public Art Program.
(Projects in the fabrication/installation phase or recently completed)
9th District Police Station, 3120 S. Halsted, Ward 11
23rd District Police Station, 850 West Addison, Ward 44
Beverly Branch Library, 1962 W. 95th Street, Ward 19
West Englewood Branch Library, 1745 W. 63rd Street, Ward 15
Norwood Park Senior Center, 5801 North Natoma Avenue, Ward 41
Dunning Branch Library, 7455 West Cornelia Avenue, Ward 36