Percival Plinth Project Call for Sculpture

 

Submitted by The City of Olympia

Young art enthusiasts from City of Olympia’s Camp Olywahoo check out Full Curl by Rodger Squirrell, part of the 2014 Percival Plinth sculpture exhibition.  Photo courtesy City of Olympia.
Young art enthusiasts from City of Olympia’s Camp Olywahoo check out Full Curl by Rodger Squirrell, part of the 2014 Percival Plinth sculpture exhibition. Photo courtesy City of Olympia.

The City of Olympia is seeking up to 15 loaned sculptures from Washington State artists for temporary display of up to one (1) year on Percival Landing and for consideration for the Peoples’ Choice purchase award of one sculpture for the City’s public art collection. Application deadline is April 22, 2015.  More information on the Percival Plinth Project here.

Percival Landing is a waterfront boardwalk and park that hosts several large maritime-themed events during the year and provides guest moorage for visitors arriving by boat. It is a popular destination for visitors and locals alike.  Percival Landing has been recognized as one of 10 Great Places in America by the American Planning Association.

Application forms available at CallforEntry.org

Photo Credit:  Young art enthusiasts from City of Olympia’s Camp Olywahoo check out Full Curl by Rodger Squirrell, part of the 2014 Percival Plinth sculpture exhibition.  Photo courtesy City of Olympia.

 

 

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