Halifax Regional Municipality (HRM)
01/19/22 4:00 PM Local Time - Receipt
Opportunity for a Nova Scotia artist or artist group to create an original artwork for a community gathering space in a predesignated location. Proposals may be from a range of themes and must demonstrate the understanding that the specified site is a public space frequented by diverse users of all age groups. Funds may be used for purposes such as artist fees, materials, consultant fees, and installation-related costs. The wall-mounted work will be installed in the newly redesigned entranceway to a public facility in Dartmouth, located in the Halifax Regional Municipality.
HRM is seeking artist-led proposals for the design of an original, wall-mounted work of art to be installed within the newly redesigned entranceway to Alderney Gate and the Alderney Gate Public Library (60 Alderney Drive, Dartmouth). The artwork is intended for an elevated wall space in the facility's new community gathering space/entryway.
This public art will be a feature component of a recapitalization program for Alderney Gate that includes the development of a new main lobby to create a more inclusive and accessible public space. The intent of the renovations in this area is to improve the overall usefulness and functionality of the existing entry area as a gathering space for the community, a programming space for the Alderney Gate Public Library and an overflow space for the Alderney public market. The project will modernize the lobby- including provision of a new universal washroom facility- and provide a welcoming gathering space for residents, tenants, staff and visitors to Dartmouth.
The proposal selected through this process is understood to be a concept proposal for a future artwork. Possible costs may include but are not limited to: Artist and design fees, consultant fees including the production of stamped engineered drawings where applicable, subcontractor fees, material and fabrication costs, transportation, and all elements of installation.
For site specifics and other details about the proposed artwork, see https://www.halifax.ca/sites/default/files/documents/recreation/arts-culture-heritage/Art-CallForProposals_60%20AlderneyLibraryandEntrance_PublicArt.pdf#page=4.
An awareness of the Halifax Public Libraries’ Strategic Plan is considered an advantage, See the Strategic Plan in Supporting Documents below.
GrantWatch ID#: 200879
The total budget for the project is $32,000 CDN inclusive of net HST.
- Agreement, Detailed Design, and Fabrication: February - June 2022
- Project Installation: July 2022
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Questions regarding the expectations of the submission process should be directed to:
Cultural Asset Manager, Culture and Events
Halifax Regional Municipality
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