residents alike. Public art commissioned through the program will reinforce Clearwater's role as an emerging leader in culture, recreation and environmental management, and will support the City's development as a wonderful place to "live, learn, work and play."
The Clearwater Public Art and Design Program is seeking up to three artists to participate in a temporary sculpture exhibition from July 2008 - July 2009. Artwork will be selected to compliment the newly revitalized Cleveland Street District and will be displayed in a 12-month exhibition in which the works will serve as a visual anchor point and identity for the area.
Christopher Hubbard Public Art Specialist Parks & Recreation Department
100 S. Myrtle Avenue Clearwater, FL 33756-5520
"Appreciation for the Arts, It Starts in Parks"