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Commission for Charlottetown Arts and Culture Awards

The City of Charlottetown Arts Advisory Board is seeking proposals for six (6) awards to be presented as part of the 2014 Charlottetown Arts and Culture Awards Ceremony to be held on June 13, 2014.

The ideal award is hand crafted, of a size suitable for presentation on stage, and of size and construction suitable for display by the recipient.

The maximum cost for the six awards is $1,800.00, including taxes and delivery to Charlottetown City Hall.

In addition to a pleasing aesthetic design, suitable for use as an award, each award must incorporate the following:

  • "Charlottetown Arts and Culture Award 2014"
  • Name of the award, for example: "Emerging Artist"
  • Recipient's name
  • Name of award sponsor, where applicable
  • City of Charlottetown logo:

 

The City of Charlottetown Arts Advisory Board will review all submitted proposals for quality, suitability and eligibility. We reserve the right to make a final selection from outside of the proposals submitted. Preference may be given to Charlottetown-based artists, but all Islanders are welcome to submit a proposal. The successful commission will be notified by April 30th.

Proposals must be submitted by Monday, April 14, 2014, and should include:

  • Artist's Name and complete contact details
  • Drawings, images or sample of the proposed award including dimensions and proposed materials
  • Artist's CV or resume
  • Cost for each award (within budget stipulated above)
  • Documents should be in PDF or RTF format, images in JPG, PDF,PNG

 

Incomplete proposals, or proposals received in formats other than stipulated above may not be considered.

Submissions may be sent through one of the following methods:

Email: Ron.A@charlottetown.ca
Subject: Commission - Arts and Culture Awards
Mail: Mr. Ron Atkinson
PO Box 98, Charlottetown PE C1A 7K2
By hand: Attn: Ron Atkinson, 199 Queen Street, Charlottetown 
Subject: Commission - Arts and Culture Awards
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