City of South San Francisco Seeking Proposals from Artists for Public Art at New Caltrain Station – Deadline Dec 30th

South San Francisco, CA December 2, 2020 Press Release

Request for Proposals released November 16, 2020
Response Deadline: December 30, 2020
The City of South San Francisco seeks an artist, or artist team, to create the design and commission for public artwork to be located at the newly renovated South San Francisco Caltrain Station, which will be built at the intersection of Grand Ave. and Airport Blvd. The identity of the city as represented by its heritage and culture should be manifested in the art work. Art opportunities include, but are not limited to:
  • Tunnel gateway, wall and ceiling mural, mosaic, lighting, digital or video projection
  • Plaza sculpture, free-standing or integrated into the landscaping
  • Kinetic sculpture
Proposals may include art elements at multiple locations within the site or one of the areas noted above. Potential art locations are depicted in the site plan and 3D renderings linked below.
Budget: The selected artist or artist team will receive a commission of up to $500,000 maximum.
Eligibility: This opportunity is open to professional artists residing in the United States and working in any site appropriate media.
To Apply: Responses must be submitted electronically to ProcureNow at https://secure.procurenow.com/portal/ssf. Applicants will be prompted to create a ProcureNow account in order to apply. Visit this link or view the Request for Proposals for more information;
Questions: Contact Philip Vitale, Deputy Director of Capital Projects
at philip.vitale@ssf.net or (650) 877-8548
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mel perry
mel perry
9 months ago

bad design, all one has to do is look
closely at the palo alto station, and
how is the station going to be kept
clean and graffti free? all one has to
do is look at thev101 overpass structure, and the union pacific freight
cars, there is a gang of 8-10 taggers
who visit the station area, every night,
in closing, anyone remember the
promises that were made regarding
the north access road shelter? and
how did that turn out?