The Art in Public Places Program (AiPP) was established by the Colorado Legislature in 1977 to create enjoyment and pride for citizens of the state by placing artwork in publicly accessible locations in state buildings. Colorado’s public art statute requires an allocation of one-percent (1%) of capital construction funds for new or renovated state buildings to be set aside for the acquisition of works of art, the process of which is administered by Colorado Creative Industries (CCI). The program also oversees the Creative Capitol program, which showcases artwork by Colorado artists in the State Capitol Complex, and highlights Colorado relevant themes.
Colorado Department of Human Services, Colorado Mental Health Institute Fort Logan
Qualifications are requested from artists interested in creating site-specific public artworks for interior and/or exterior locations at the F Cottages at the Colorado Mental Health Institute at Fort Logan in Denver, Colorado. The budget for this opportunity is up to $120,000 and the deadline is January 15, 2020. Full RFQ is available here and applications can be submitted here.
University of Colorado Anschutz, Health Sciences Building
Qualifications are requested from artists and/or artist teams interested in creating site specific public artwork(s) for the University of Colorado’s new Anschutz Health Sciences Building on their campus in Aurora, Colorado. The budget for this opportunity is $218,000 and the deadline for submission is January 6, 2020. Full RFQ is available here and applications can be submitted here.
Colorado State University-Pueblo, Center for Integrated Health & Humanities
Qualifications are requested from artist and/or artist teams interested in creating site specific public artwork(s) for Colorado State University-Pueblo’s new Center for Integrated Health & Humanities. The budget for this project is $104,000 and the deadline for submissions is January 6, 2020. Full RFQ is available here and applications can be submitted here.