Acacia Schorn & Lisa Michot
Mini Art in martin park
Temporary Art Installations
Installation May 2019
Arts Martin Acres is seeking to enhance our local environment by creating serendipitous encounters with art in surprising locations. We are asking for artists to put their creativity to the test and create a mini art installation, no larger than 2 x 2 x 2 feet to be placed in the Martin Acres Neighborhood. We are looking for art that is engaging, surprising, inclusive and diverse. This project will be ongoing, with the first installations happening in 2018. This call is open to all media types and all artists. Installations must be designed and built to exist in the outdoor environment for a period of 6 months to 1 year. They should be site specific, temporary art installations and will be located at various, surprising locations scattered around Martin Acres. Both private or public property will be considered for locations, please review the links to our stakeholder outreach report and Martin Acres location priorities in the resources section.
Concept sketch/outline/description (include up to 5 images)
Proposed site location (map, address etc, and please indicate if you have gained permission from a private property owner, and if you have possible alternative locations)
Type of Media: sculpture, paint, mixed media, digital, etc.
Artwork dimensions: Must fit in a maximum of 24” x 24” x 24”
Availability and target installation schedule
Artists/makers are encouraged to take advantage of the free resources and makerspace at BLDG 61 to plan their designs and create their installations. Resources at BLDG 61 include:
Fiber: sewing machines, spinning wheels, looms, screen printing, and more
Lasers: 40 & 75 Watt CO2 Epilog laser cutters
Shop: CNC machine, table saw, band saw, drum sander, drill press, chop saw, hand tools, and more
Other: 3D printers, vinyl cutter, computer design software, electronics workbench, and more
About BLDG 61- an all-ages makerspace located in the Boulder Public Library. Free programming is offered for children, teens, and adults, as well as for families and all-ages groups.
*Access to equipment typically occurs as part of a themed workshop or scheduled guided practice. Some tools require training prior to access. Please see the current calendar for workshops and open hours.
Access additional information below: (click links)
This Project is made possible thanks to the generous support of boulder county arts alliance!