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CURRENT OPPORTUNITIES

This site will be updated as current opportunities within the organization arise.

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Finalists Selected - River Crossing -- October 2018: The River Crossing Panel selected four finalists (Adam Frelin, Joshua Sofaer, Luna Studio, and Ball-Nogues Studio) to present their full proposals in December 2018. We anticipate announcing the winning proposal in January 2019 to be installed by September 2019. Please check our newsletter and website for updates and our announcement of the winning proposal. Thank you to all the incredible artist submissions we received. We look forward to announcing other temporary art opportunities in the coming year.

CALL TO ARTISTS - River Crossing Project

The cities of West Sacramento and Sacramento, represented by the Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission, a division of the Sacramento Convention and Cultural Services Department, invites Artists and Artist teams to submit their qualifications and a short preliminary written proposal (250 word maximum) for a temporary public art or place-making opportunity to promote connectivity across the Sacramento River, “River Crossing Project”. The public art /placemaking is intended to infuse downtown neighborhoods with new vitality and promote pedestrian, bicycle, and streetcar pathways linking mixed-use development in the Washington District of West Sacramento with entertainment, employment, and recreation in downtown
Sacramento.

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River Crossing Opportunity

(From Left To Right: Donald Gensler, Katy Jacobson, Richard Rich, & Lial Jones)

LIVE STREAM EVENT – JULY 11, 2018 1PM – 230PM - CONCEPT PANEL DISCUSSION – RIVER CROSSING

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Topic: Crocker Art Gallery (River Crossing Project)

Time: Jul 11, 2018 1:00pm Pacific Time (US and Canada)

 

Moderator: Lial Jones, Mort and Marcy Friedman Director, Crocker Art Museum

 Panelist: Donald Gensler, Project Manager, Art in Public Places, Sacramento Metropolitan Arts Commission

 Panelist: Katy Jacobson, City of West Sacramento Community Investment Manager

 Panelist: Richard Rich, Riverfront and Railyards Project Management, City Manager's Office of Innovation and Economic Development, City of Sacramento