Art in the Loop Application 2019
2019 Art in the Loop Project: MAKE/BELIEVE

Please refer to these guidelines for information about sites, stipends, schedule and other criteria

Part 1 - Artist Information
Artist Name *
Artist E-mail *
Is this application for a team or collective? If so, please include the names and email addresses of the other members. *
Is this proposal in collaboration with another proposal? If so, please list the artist’s name and project title *
Address *
Phone number *
Please upload artist resume(s) *
Part 2 - Project/ Concept Information
Project Title *
Brief Description (1-2 sentences; if selected, this draft will be considered for publicity materials) *
Concept: Please provide a description of your project concept, including media and materials, interpretation of the theme “MAKE/BELIEVE”, site, method of execution, participants, artistic intent and nature of public engagement. *
Propose a site for your art installation or collaborative performance: Identify your preferred location (listed below) or suggest a combination or new site. Artists are encouraged to do site visits before submitting a proposal. A summary of potential sites is listed here. These are suggested sites. Property owner approval will still be necessary. *
Indicate installation budget. Please refer to Art in the Loop Project Guidelines. (Non-applicable if applying for the KC Streetcar Exterior Wrap.) *
Upload a brief budget outlining costs to create, install and remove your work. Please account for incidentals or unexpected costs that may come with the installation of public works. (Non-applicable if applying for the KC Streetcar Exterior Wrap.) *
Concept Image: Please upload a concept image(s). *
Past Work Samples: Please upload up to five images of related past work. *
Please provide a link(s) to your portfolio (website, flickr, video links, etc) *
Additional Comments
Applications are due Sunday, March 3 by 11:59 a.m. Please contact Ann Holliday, Art in the Loop program director,, or Art Director, Bo Hubbard,
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