An experienced visual artist based in the Wimmera is being sought to to develop, design and produce a mural in Horsham's Jos Lane.
Jos Lane - located near 12 Firebrace Street - already features an installation by Donal Molloy-Drum and students from McKenzie Creek Campus.
The new work will sit alongside the existing piece, Aerial, which features a flock of birds mid-flight above seven panels showing aerial views of the Wimmera landscape.
The expression of interest describes Aerial as depicting aspects of the Wimmera's landscape, giving a raven's eye view of the area and reflecting the "vast sky and plains of the Wimmera and the crispness of reflection and silhouette".
Artists interested in taking on the new commission must include concept images detailing the proposed artwork, a resume and examples of previous work, evidence of having public liability insurance and the proposed budget.
The Jos Lane mural expression of interest is open for tender alongside a call-out for designs for utility boxes, including NBN boxes, traffic signal boxes and power boxes across Horsham.
Submissions for expressions of interest close on June 22 and the work is expected to be completed by August 2020.
Details about the EOI and submissions can be found at the council website under the Art Boxes section.
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