Paid Public Art Calls:
| 2019 "Outside the Box: Traffic Box Mural Project||Deadline: Friday March 29, 2019 |
The Thornton Arts, Sciences and Humanities Council (TASHCO) seeks to commission multiple artists/teams to aesthetically transform traffic utility boxes from functional infrastructure to colorful and dynamic works of art. Thirty designs will be selected by TASHCO Public Art Subcommittee members to be printed on high-quality vinyl wraps which will be professionally installed at various locations throughout the city of Thornton. Click on the link to download a submission packet!
Volunteer Artist Calls:
|2019 Storm Drain Mural Project||Deadline: Sunday, June 30, 2019 |
- The city of Thornton Arts & Culture Division, in collaboration with the Engineering Services Division and the Thornton Arts, Sciences & Humanities Council (TASHCO), are seeking
volunteer artists to express themselves with semi-permanent public art in the form of smallscale, outdoor storm drain murals. Artists are encouraged to aesthetically transform storm drains from functional infrastructure to engaging works of art that draw attention to waterquality protection and the positive impact Thornton residents can have on their environment.
Arts Thornton is looking to work with contracted instructors interested in teaching classes/workshops in all creative genres inlcuding, visual art, performance, theater, and music.
Please click on the link below to complete a class proposal form and submit all requested materials. Incomplete proposals will not be considered. For additional information, please read our FAQs.
All classes take place at the Thornton Arts & Culture Center at 9209 Dorothy Boulevard.
If you would like to register for classes, please visit
https://webtrac.cityofthornton.net to enroll.
Deadline for 2020 Winter/Spring class proposals: August 10, 2019.
Proposed classes rill be scheduled Janurary - April, 2020.
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