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Call for Public Art for the West Harbor Waterfront Project



The West Harbor Waterfront Development located at the Port of Los Angeles, is currently seeking proposals for public art installations in 2024 and 2025. A joint venture between San Pedro-based Jerico Development and Ratkovich Company, the development will eventually include more than 350,000 square feet of shops, restaurants, outdoor amphitheater, and public art installations on a 42-acre site along the LA Waterfront. Angels Gate Cultural Center, the designated Public Art Advisor for the West Harbor Waterfront Development, is seeking multiple artists to create public art of various mediums, including but not limited to, murals, large scale sculpture, sound art, digital art projections/video displays, and multi-sensory experiences. Selected projects will demonstrate unique artistic perspectives and approaches that are interested in investigating the Port of Los Angeles and topics relevant to our local diverse communities that call San Pedro home. Applications for Phase I: Request for Qualifications (RFQ) are due by 11:59pm on July 8th, 2024. Following a review process of RFQ applications, select artists will be invited to submit a full proposal at a later date, compensated with a proposal honorarium. Installations should be able to be fully installed at the West Harbor Development within a 4-month period beginning in late 2024 through 2025. Maximum project budgets will vary depending on project site and scope, with all-inclusive budgets ranging between $1,000 - $80,000.A public Information Session will be held on Zoom Wednesday, May 29 at 7pm Pacific Time. This session will seek feedback from the local community regarding public art installations at the waterfront, and review the Request for Qualifications process. Click here to RSVP on Eventbrite. 


 

lifications process. Click here to RSVP on Eventbrite. 


 


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