"Call to Artists" for Creative Placemaking submissions in Natick Center

Call to Artists for Creative Placemaking submissions in Natick Center

More About "Call to Artists" for Creative Placemaking submissions in Natick Center

The Natick Center Cultural District and the Town of Natick are excited to announce the second Call for Creatives to propose public works of art and design in Natick Center.


Creatives may propose to locate their projects in any one of the following three sites:

Moran Park and footbridge over railroad
Adams Street alley
Town Common and intersection of Routes 135 and 27
Municipal parking facilities on Pond Street, Middlesex Avenue and South Avenue

Selected finalists will receive an award of $500 for design concepts and up to an additional $1,500 for fabricating and installing selected proposals (the maximum award granted will be $2,000 for design, fabrication and installation of a selected concept).

Creatives may also have access to mentor-ship from experienced practitioners and fabricators who may provide guidance on design, construction, and installation of projects.


The call is open to any creative resident of Massachusetts. Applicants of all ages, backgrounds, and level of experience are encouraged to apply.

Individuals, organizations, and groups of collaborators are welcome. Respondents with similar or complimentary backgrounds may be introduced to each other during the selection process as collaboration and community participation to refine and execute proposals are encouraged.


The deadline to apply is May 13th, 2019 at 12:00 pm. Finalists will be selected by the end of June. Projects must be installed by September 27, 2019.

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Date: May 13, 2019

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