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Fred Hutchinson Cancer Center

Fred Hutch Public Art and Community Dialogue Program

  • Deadline:
  • Budget: $5,000
  • Eligibility: This call is open to Black/African American and Indigenous/Native American visual artists, or artist teams, who are 18 years of age or older and are residents of Washington State, Alaska, Idaho, Montana, Oregon, Wyoming, South Africa or Uganda. The selected artists must be able to provide a tax identification number or social security number.

One Black/African American artist (or artist team) and one Indigenous/Native American artist (or artist team) will be selected to join the inaugural Public Art and Community Dialogue program and develop rotating public artwork to be showcased across Fred Hutch’s Seattle campus and featured in public and community materials. Final artworks should visually convey the themes, emotions, expressions, history, culture, and aspirations of these communities and seek to uplift and honor our shared humanity.

The selected artists will receive $5,000 for their work and participation in the program.
One piece will be commissioned by the selected artist (or artist team) and will be translated into a high-quality digital file and featured in various print and digital forms. Additionally, the artist and artwork will be featured on fredhutch.org and across our various social platforms. The final forms of the artwork include:
– A large 18-by-14-foot mesh banner on top of the Fred Hutch Yale building. This location faces a high-traffic roadway at Valley St and N. Yale Ave. in the South Lake Union neighborhood of Seattle
– A 6-by-10-foot flag flown on campus
– Digital and print signage across our campus
– In educational materials the Hutch shares with the community.

More Information: www.fredhutch.org