Skagit Valley College seeking artists

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Skagit Valley College Whidbey Island Campus seeking artists for an outdoor mural project.

Interested artists can e-mail a single pdf that includes the following to Gail.Bruce@skagit.edu. It should include name, mailing address, phone number and email address, two-page maximum resume, a single paragraph biography, one-page maximum about why you are interested in the project, artist’s statement, three references, six to eight images of your artwork, including the title, medium, date, size and description of each piece.

Use last name when saving the pdf, e.g., lastname_RFQ.pdf.

Submissions must be received by May 15.

Incomplete or late applications will not be considered. Applicants should provide evidence of experience and qualifications for designing and completing the work of art they propose. An application from a group of artists must include the qualifications of all the group’s members.

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