Art Scholarship Alert - Artist Call

Overview

Students in grades 9-12 and students 18+ who participate in the Young Adult SE Programs, residing or attending school in Ingham, Clinton, Eaton, Ionia, Shiawassee, Barry, Livingston, Calhoun, and Jackson counties

Available Locations

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Turner Dodge House

This historic house and grounds are located in the North side of Lansing in the historic neighborhood of Old Town. This site is a great location for a sculpture or installation.

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The Grassy Knoll

This grassy knoll is just South of the Turner Dodge House in the historic Old Town Neighborhood. This space is just off of the trail and includes a shady area with a bench. This site is an excellent location for a sculpture or installation.

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Old Town Boardwalk

This long stretch of boardwalk is in the heart of the historic Old Town Neighborhood. The boardwalk and the space under the Cesar Chavez Bridge are available to be reimagined. This boardwalk is a popular area for people to walk, jog, bike and fish.

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Seating Area on the Old Town Boardwalk

This wooden boardwalk is in the heart of the historic Old Town Neighborhood. This built in seating area comfortably seats two adults and across from a popular fishing spot. This area is a short walk from a staircase that takes pedestrians up to the Old Town neighborhood popular for their restaurants, shops and festivals.

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Buchard Park - North

This spacious, grassy area houses the Brenke Fish Ladder in the historic Old Town Neighborhood. This park is a great spot for a sculpture or installation and it will be home to two ArtPath works this year.

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Buchard Park - South

This spacious, grassy area houses the Brenke Fish Ladder in the historic Old Town Neighborhood. This park is a great spot for a sculpture or installation and it will be home to two ArtPath works this year.

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Oakland Trail Head

This site is South of Buchard Park and a short walking distance away from the fish ladder. This grassy area is near a trail head and a playground is close by. This highly visible site can be seen from the trail and from the street. This site is a great area to house a sculpture or installation.

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Saginaw St. Trail Head

This site is just south of Saginaw St. This grassy area is expansive and there are opportunities to install artwork on either side of the trail. This site is near a trail head, it is filled with mature trees and a has a small bench. This site is the perfect area to house a sculpture or installation.

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River Front Pathway East

This cement pad is tucked into this lovely park just off of the River Trail across from the river bank that is adjacent to the Adado Riverfront Park which is a popular festival park making this a highly visible site. This spot would be great for a sculpture that could be bolted into the slab.

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River Front Dock

This wooden dock overlooks the Grand River and the Adado River Front Park. This is in a popular area and close to the newly renovated Rotary Park. This space could be reimagined with an installation, a seating area or more.

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R.E. Olds Pocket Park

We are crossing the river again this year and continuing to extend ArtPath on the West side of the Grand River. A short walking distance from the beautifully restored 1930's power plant which is now home to the AF group is the Shiawassee Bridge.

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Grassy Area North of the 496 Bridge

This grassy area is perfect for a sculpture and it has been home to ArtPath sculptures in the past.

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Under the 496 Bridge

This long wall under the 496 Bridge is home to a number of murals from ArtPath's history. We are seeking a muralist to add one more mural to this collection.

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Under the 496 Bridge

This long wall under the 496 Bridge is home to a number of murals from ArtPath's history. We are seeking a muralist to add one more mural to this collection.

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Elm Park North

This large green space is part of a well-loved park frequented by the community. This family-friendly space could be reimagined with a sculpture or installation. An interactive artwork would be ideal.

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Elm Park Near the Baseball Field

This park is a popular space for families and neighbors! This area has a large, concrete base that is a great space for a sculpture. Due to the fact that this is a popular space for families, an interactive sculpture or installation would be a great fit for this site.

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Under the Elm St. Bridge 1

This wall was home to one of our first ArtPath sites. The lower section of the wall is available for three new murals. This wall has interesting architecture and could make a great sites for new artwork.

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Under the Elm St. Bridge 2

This wall was home to one of our first ArtPath sites. The lower section of the wall is available for three new murals. This wall has interesting architecture and could make a great sites for new artwork.

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Under the Elm St. Bridge 3

This wall was home to one of our first ArtPath sites. The lower section of the wall is available for three new murals. This wall has interesting architecture and could make a great sites for new artwork.

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Grassy Area Near Elm St. & Cedar St.

This large grassy site houses large, mature, shade trees and two benches. This site is visible from the trail and from the street. This site has hosted an installation and a large scale sculpture in the past. How would you reimagine this site?

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Have another site in mind?

Let us know where you're thinking in your submission and we'll do our best to work with the city to secure it.