Percent for Art Commission – St. Finian’s, Dublin

St. Finian’s a co-educational school in Newcastle, Co. Dublin, invite submissions for a Visual Work of Art on the school grounds  (fixed, permanent), an external visual work of art that is child friendly, tactile, visually exciting and functional.

The total budget for the Commission is €38,000.

The selection process will take the form of a Two Stage Open Competition. It is open to all interested professional artists at any stage of their career or experience.

Selection will be based on the information supplied, establishing the competence of the artists to carry out this commission. No designs or detailed proposals are required in Stage 1.

Stage 1 - Artists are invited to express their interest in being considered for this project at the first stage of this commission. Artists may do this by completing the application form and submission of a CV and images / details of recent relevant works / projects. The closing date for receipt of Stage 1 completed application form together with supporting documentation and material is June 2nd 2017 @ 12pm.

Click here for a full brief and application form

Applicants can make enquiries regarding the commission (reference Per Cent for Art Commission in subject line) to:info@stfiniansprimaryschool.ie or 014580114

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