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Summit County announces major public art project for Jeremy Ranch roundabouts

With a budget of up to $194,000, the project aims to create two captivating three-dimensional artworks placed in each round about that will become key focal points, symbolizing a major gateway into Summit County.

JEREMY RANCH, Utah — The Summit County Public Art Advisory Board is accepting proposals from artists interested in creating public art for the Jeremy Ranch roundabouts. The project is part of an effort to enhance the roundabouts at 141 westbound and eastbound exits.

With a budget of up to $194,000, the project aims to create two captivating three-dimensional artworks that will be placed in each roundabout with the goal of having the artwork completed and installed by Dec. 2024.

Artists are encouraged to submit designs that celebrate local landscape, culture, history, and wildlife in a welcoming and engaging manner. The selected design should also adhere to public safety, maintenance, and transportation safety standards.

Applicants must include a comprehensive budget that covers all related expenses, from design and fabrication to installation. The deadline for artists to submit their qualifications is Feb. 11, 2024. Three finalists will be selected and awarded an additional $2,000 each to develop their proposals.

Full RFP and project details are available here.

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