Senior Lounge Annex – Redmond Senior & Community Center / Calls & Submissions
March 4, 2022
Organization Name: City of Redmond
Organization Location: City of Redmond
Type: Calls & Submissions
The City of Redmond is seeking an artist or artist team to design, fabricate and install site-integrated
artwork for the Redmond Senior & Community Center. The selected artist/artist team will be asked to
create a permanent artwork that highlights the innovation, creativity, and diversity of the City
Redmond. The artist/artist team will work directly with the City of Redmond’s Cultural Arts staff.
Name: Public Art, Senior Lounge Annex at Redmond Senior & Community Center
Location: Redmond, WA
Budget: $30,000 total for design, collaboration, fabrication, installation and expenses.
Deadline: March 4, 2022 Applications must be received by 11:59 p.m. (PST)
Timeline: Estimated Schedule – City of Redmond reserves the right to alter these dates
• January 21 2022: Call opens
• March 4 2022: Submission deadline
• Week of March 14, 2022: Selection panel
• March 18, 2022: Finalist selection announced
• April 22, 2022: Finalist proposal deadline
• Week of April 25, 2022: Finalists present proposals to selection panel
• May 13, 2022: Artist selection announced
• Q3, 2022: Final Design
• Q3, 2022: Redmond Senior & Community Center construction begins
• Q4, 2023: Redmond Senior & Community Center construction completion
The Senior Lounge Annex will serve the needs of the community by creating a space of comfort and belonging. Seniors and community members will also feel inspired as they meet, sip coffee together, and wait for larger events to begin.
The selected artist will be asked to create a piece for the North Wall Senior Lounge Annex. The wall is 20’ x 16’.
In honor of RS&CC’s past, “Fantail Bird” by artist Dudley Carter will be reinstalled on the South Annex Wall. The Artist Selection Panel is looking for the selected artist to create a contemporary counterpart/counterpoint to the Dudley Carter piece that is beloved by the Redmond community. This should be a work that speaks and relates to “Fantail Bird” but stands on its own as a unique, beautiful, and welcoming piece of art.
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