Local Artist Community Events

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$90,000 Schweitzer Roundabout Public Art Proposal

with Carol Deaner and Eli Susnis

Of the Sandpoint Arts Commission

Presented at THE CONVERSATION

Wednesday, November 8th from 6-8 PM

At Ivano’s Ristorante

 

What is your vision for the $90,000 Schweitzer Roundabout Public Art structure?  Using timber, agricultural, technological, recreational, and creative industries for themes, what would you sculpt? The Sandpoint Arts Commission seeks vibrant public art for installation at this gateway to Sandpoint. A successful proposal will reflect the multi-use nature of the location as well as the city's love for its pristine land and water. The project is open to all artists residing in the United States, though the jury may give special consideration to artists living in Idaho, Montana, Washington, or Oregon. Suggestions will be welcomed, as well as the submission protocol will be shared.   Find more information: www.cityofsandpoint.com/Home/Components/RFP/RFP/40/180

Open to the public, The Conversation is a FREE monthly event with the intent to support our artist community by cultivating conversations on and about the creative processes for all the visual, literary, and performing artists in and around Sandpoint.  Also, please come to dine and support our host Ivano’s Ristorante, located at 102 South First Ave. in Sandpoint.

 

The Conversation is graciously sponsored by the non-profit Creations for Sandpoint on the Cedar St. Bridge

 

Creations for Sandpoint sponsors...

The Conversation, the FREE monthly event that supports our artist community by cultivating conversations on and about the creative processes for all the visual, literary, and performing artists in and around Sandpoint.  

We meet  at local restaurants on the second Wednesday of each month.

Anywhere from three to fifty-three participants come together to hear a speaker, discuss the
artistic process, as well as to network for projects for themselves and for the community.

This special program inspires artists to leave their lonely studios and to come to meet, support and learn from the each other. 

Contact person is Mary Maio at 208.263-1592.