you're reading...

Recent Posts

Huntersville puts out call for proposals for upcoming SculpTOUR

“Flight 28078” by artist Rich Nossel, Huntersville.

April 27.  The Public Art Commission of Huntersville is seeking five pieces of leasable outdoor sculpture to be installed for two years on the Downtown Greenway running through Holbrook Park in Huntersville.

Compensation to the selected artists will be provided by private donations and grants awarded by the Arts & Science Council, and Electricities. Each artist will receive a $2,000 stipend per piece, exposure on the town’s website, including a virtual map and tour of all public art installations, and other related media.

The deadline to apply os June 9.

The works will on exhibit from installation in late September to removal in early August 2025.

This sculpture exhibition will be located in Holbrook Park along the Downtown Greenway, which is part of a larger greenway vision for the Town, The Huntersville Vine.

The Downtown Greenway includes sites for public art, functional items such as benches, swings, and a shelter. It also includes areas for active play such as pickleball/tennis courts, two playgrounds and bike racks.

The exhibition is open to all artists, preferably professional sculptors, who are at least 18 years of age and live in the United States.

Learn more and apply.