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The AMP Community Room Artwork
The AMP: AIDS Memorial Pathway seeks an artist/artist team to create a permanent public artwork to be sited on the wall inside the Community Room of Capitol Hill Housing’s Station House (on the transit-oriented development (TOD) site). Application deadline is 11:59pm, Sunday November 17. By November 22, shortlisted artists will be invited to submit a proposal.
Letter of Interest (not to exceed 2,000 characters)
Please provide a statement describing your interest in this unique opportunity, addressing how you are qualified, how you would honor the history and culture of the communities impacted by AIDS (women, LGBTQ, POC, QTP), and what you consider the role of activism and art in civic life.
ALTERNATIVE: Link to Audo/Video Statement (not to exceed 1.5 min)
Please provide a short audio/video statement speaking directly to why you are interested in this project. This should not be a highly produced/edited video. It should be a short recording that speaks directly to your qualifications and how your work would fulfill the intended scope.This option is to provide an opportunity for individuals who feel they can represent themselves better verbally, versus in writing through the letter of interest (for example, applicants for whom English is a second language and/or other considerations). ADD THE VIMEO OR YOUTUBE LINK ON THE ANSWER LINE:
Work Sample Image Identification List
Please email your 5 -10 work sample images to
or email a link (Dropbox, Google Drive, etc) to access them. List the files by name below and provide a short, clear explanation for each. (Example, "1MonaLisa = painting created in Italy in 1503"). If you completed a project as a team member, the image identification should indicate your role for each image submitted.
Please add the text of your résumé below, or email a PDF to
(and type "emailed" below). Résumé is limited to two pages, and should summarize your experience as an artist.
List the name, email, and phone number for three professional references who can speak to the quality of your work as an artist and, if possible, collaborator within a design team.
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