Calls for Proposals

Open Calls for Proposals

2020 WOMEN’S SUFFRAGE COMMEMORATIVE STICKER CONTEST

We’re excited to announce the contest launch for the design of an “I Voted” sticker to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in 2020, sponsored by the Idaho Association of County Recorders and Clerks and the Idaho Women 100.

Announcing a New Call for Artists
Redesign the “I Voted” Sticker for 2020

The Idaho Association of County Recorders and Clerks (IACRC) and Idaho Women 100 are sponsoring a contest for the design of an “I Voted” sticker to commemorate the 100th Anniversary of Women’s Suffrage in 2020. The winning design will be featured on a commemorative sticker to be given to voters throughout the State of Idaho for all elections in 2020, including the Presidential Preference Primary in March, the May Primary Election, the November Presidential Election and any consolidated elections.

The contest is open to all Idaho residents. Sticker designs should relate to voting and women’s suffrage. Designs must be submitted online at https://adacountyelections.com/sticker-contest no later than 11:59 p.m. on November 24, 2019. The Idaho Association of County Recorders and Clerks Election Committee will select the winning design, which will be announced on December 9, 2019.  More information can also be found at www.adacountyelections.com/sticker-contest.

CREATIVE ROUTES BIKE ICON REDESIGN

 

Earle street
Earle Street, site of proposed Bike Lane redesigns

The Department of Public Safety is sponsoring a campus-wide call for design entries for its program, Creative Routes, a program that seeks to combine sustainable transportation and student art. The final project will see the installation of two, student-designed transportation symbols in the high-traffic area of the Earle Street connection to Caesar Chavez. “We want to enliven campus commutes while increasing student involvement, beautifying campus, and strengthening students’ work beyond their majors.” If you would like to redesign the standard bike lane symbol and put your mark on campus, submit a design proposal. Requirements and award descriptions can be found in the following link.

Call For Artists Requirements

If you want to print off a poster to give to a friend, you can find that poster at this link.

Call for Artists Poster

Future Calls for Proposals

Currently, there are no open call for proposals to exhibit through the SUB Fine Arts Program. Please check back later in the academic year for other opportunities.

  • Garage Art Proposals–December 2019
  • Earth Day–January 2020
  • RUCH 212 Pop Up Gallery Exhibition–March 2020
  • SUB Fine Arts Exhibition Proposals–March 2020

To prepare, you can read below about what you can expect when you exhibit at SUB Fine Arts Galleries.

If  you have questions about showing your work in exhibitions across campus, please feel free to contact Fonda Portales, University Art Curator and Collections Manager, at fondaportales@boisestate.edu.

If  you would like to exhibit your work in the Blue Galleries at the new Center for the Visual Arts, please contact Kirsten Furlong, CVA Gallery Director, at kfurlong@boisestate.edu.

what to expect when you exhibit at the SUB

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