Student Art Project Selection Committee Score Sheet
Please complete this form for each project proposal, including your name so we can keep your scores together. Please include the Project Proposal's Title to indicate which proposal you're scoring. This score sheet reflects the requirements and criteria listed in the Call for Proposals. For the linear scale questions, please select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement.

By February 23rd, Roz and Brian will tally scores from all of the members of the selection committee to determine the top three proposals. We will request video interviews from the top three candidates who received the highest number of total points (including any questions you include at the end of this form). If the selection committee feels that there is not a single proposal that meets all of the criteria, we may choose not to commission a new artwork.

FROM THE CALL FOR PROPOSALS. FOR YOUR REFERENCE.

Proposal Requirements

2. The artwork’s design, medium, color and/or subject matter must complement the
architecture of the building, and add color, warmth, and human interest to this heavily
trafficked area.

3. The public art piece must be made of durable materials able to withstand interior
conditions for up to 4 years. Student vandalism over time should also be taken into
account when selecting the materials for the project.

4. The design should relate to one of the four focuses of the Center for Undisciplined
Research: sustainability, music, local cultures, or social justice. Additionally it should also
connect to student life on campus and the greater university community.

5. The mural must be suitable and acceptable for public viewing by the campus and
external communities.

Proposal Parts

Artists will submit their project proposals via the online submission form
(https://goo.gl/yV7RGy). Proposals should be submitted in PDF format with well-drafted
sketches of the proposed piece embedded in the PDF. PDF should not exceed five
pages.

a. Name, email, and telephone numbers for the artist(s) submitting the proposal
(one page);

i. If the proposal is being submitted by a team, it must include the
aforementioned information for all members of the team. One member of
the team should be selected as the primary applicant for the team and
noted in the proposal. The primary applicant will simply serve as the
contact person for the selection committee.

b. A written explanation of the visual content of the work (300 word max).

c. A written explanation of the concepts or purpose informing the visual imagery
(300 word max).

d. A well-drafted sketch of the proposed imagery (to scale) (JPEG or PNG).

e. List of Expected Materials and Explanation of Expected Use of $2000 Budget;
with this list, please include a comprehensive list of materials (including quantity
necessary for completion of the project), their costs, and potential locations
where you would acquire the materials. It should be clear to the selection
committee that you have a strong understanding of how much the materials you
intend to use will cost.

Your Name *
Your answer
Project Proposal Title *
Your answer
Did the artists follow directions for submitting a PDF with all the required materials? (Section describing the art, section describing the meaning behind the art *
Comments
Your answer
Comments
Your answer
The proposed artwork clearly relates to one or more of the Center for Undisciplined Research topics (social justice, sustainability, local cultures, and music). Please select the relevant topics from the list below. *
Required
Comments
Your answer
The written explanation of the proposal's visual content clearly describes what the artwork will look like. (Select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement) *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Comments
Your answer
The written explanation of the proposal's concept clearly describes what the artwork is about. (Select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement) *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Comments
Your answer
The concepts presented within the application are intriguing and I would like to see this work in public space at UMass Dartmouth. (Select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement) *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Comments
Your answer
The visual description and sketches of proposed imagery presented within this application would complement the architecture in the LArts building at UMass Dartmouth. (Select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement) *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Comments
Your answer
This proposal is likely to engender a sense of pride​ among students, faculty and staff who study, live, and work on campus. (Select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement) *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Comments
Your answer
Based on materials and design, this proposed artwork is likely to last for up to four years inside the LArts building. (Select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement) *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Comments
Your answer
This artwork would be suitable and acceptable for public viewing by the campus and external communities. (Select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement) *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Comments
Your answer
This artwork connects to student life on campus and the greater university community. (Select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement) *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Comments
Your answer
Based on the proposal's materials list and outlined budget, it seems possible that the artist(s) could achieve the desired outcome with $2000. (Select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement) *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Comments
Your answer
Based on the proposed project and number of collaborators, it seems possible that the artists can complete the work before April 17th, 2018. (Select between 1 and 5 points depending on whether or not you agree with the statement) *
Strongly Disagree
Strongly Agree
Comments
Your answer
In the space below, please include any questions you have for this artist or artist team, and feel free to indicate any additional thoughts, concerns, or excitement you have about this proposal.
Your answer
Is this proposal worth investing in for the Student Art Project? *
If no, why?
Your answer
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