WAUKESHA - Love
creating art? Love hamburgers? Waukesha’s Community Development
Department has the project for you.
Jennifer Andrews is looking for proposals from artists for a
piece of public art to be installed on the site of a new
Culver’s that’s planned for the Woodman’s development at 1600 E.
the official Request For Proposals, the project would be
installed at a large landscape bed at the entrance of the
restaurant, which will be located just east of Woodman’s along
The Public Art
Committee has expressed a preference for artists that reside or
work in Waukesha County, and it encourages references to the
dairy industry, according to the RFP. The budget should be
$2,000 or less. Single artists or a team of artists may apply
for the project, and artists must submit the following info by 4
p.m. Aug. 1:
proposal including dimensions and materials.
* A one-page
letter of interest that indicates your approach to the project.
cost of piece.
* A photo
sheet with up to 12 photos of past relevant project experience
numbered with an orientation dot in the upper right-hand corner.
* A photo list
including title, dimensions, primary materials, year completed
and value of each work. Original materials or email will be
should be sent to Andrews at
email@example.com or via snail mail at 201
Delafield St., Waukesha, 53186.