Windowfront Exhibitions Call to Artists

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Cultural Services, City of Eugene Windowfront Exhibitions is seeking artists to help enliven Downtown Eugene through the placement of artwork in storefront window installations. All empty spaces have great potential to be transformed by artists and innovation.


We are seeking artists for these upcoming Windowfront Exhibitions dates:

  • December 2021-March 2022
  • March 2022-June 2022
  • July 2022-September 2022

Themes may include lumination, Black History, Asian and Pacific Islander Heritage, Women’s History, sustainability, LGBTQIA, and work that expresses the timeline we live in, inspires wonder and invokes dialogue. 


Applications are due by 5 p.m., October 25, 2021.  

  1. Eligibility
  2. Application Materials & Submission
  3. Evaluation Criteria & Selection Process
  4. Timeline

Eligibility

The opportunity is available for any Oregon artist over 18 years of age, who is interested in creating an installation that will be displayed for up to three months. Established, emerging and student artists are encouraged to apply. We are interested in all variety of 2D/3D and digital concepts. This could range from sculpture, lighting design, projections, hung painting/graphics, or anything else that might enliven downtown and intrigue passers-by. 


Given the number of available windows, 3-9 artists will be selected for this call.  


It is not required that awarded installations only use funding from this opportunity, so selected artists may utilize existing artwork or outside funds as available. 


In support of Windowfront Exhibition's commitment to achieving greater Racial Equity across the arts sector, submissions from artists of color are particularly encouraged. 


About the Spaces 

There is access to power outlets. Some installation supplies are available based on unique site, along with limited pedestals and gallery walls.


Contact Us

  1. Public Art Manager

    Kate Ali

    Ph: 541-682-6314


     Downtown Public Art Program Assistant

    Chanin Santiago


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