The City of Santa Clarita
Santa Clarita, CA
The City of Santa Clarita is seeking to purchase existing artwork(s) for the City’s permanent collection to be exhibited in the Carl Boyer room located at City Hall in honor of Carl Boyer, founder of the Santa Clarita Valley International Program/Santa Clarita Sister Cities and former City of Santa Clarita Mayor and Councilmember. Artwork submitted should reflect Santa Clarita Sister Cities’ mission, vision, or life and culture in one of its Sister City (Tena, Ecuador or Sariaya, Philippines). This opportunity is not seeking proposals.
Santa Clarita Sister Cities is a non-profit organization focused on the promotion of international goodwill and cultural understanding between the residents of Santa Clarita and citizens of international cities. It fosters mutually beneficial strategic alliances between the City of Santa Clarita and similar jurisdictions abroad. The breaking of cultural barriers, partnerships in business and education, cooperative problem-solving, and partnerships benefit both Santa Clarita and the communities abroad with whom relationships have been established. Santa Clarita Sister Cities Program is an active member of Sister Cities International in Washington, D.C. Santa Clarita has two Sister Cities — Tena, Ecuador and Sariaya, Philippines.
VISION: Santa Clarita develops and maintains international and Sister City relationships in areas of interest to its citizens resulting in an enlightened and culturally enriched community.
MISSION: To foster international partnerships between the City of Santa Clarita and other cities abroad to promote mutual understanding, friendship, and cooperation through reciprocal youth, cultural, educational, professional, humanitarian, and economic programs and exchanges.
To learn more about Sister Cities, visit https://santaclaritasistercities.org/about/
This project is open to all artists, regardless of race, color, religion, natural origin, gender, age, military status, sexual orientation, marital status, or physical or mental disabilities. Artist teams are eligible to apply, including teams of artists from multiple disciplines.
Deadline to Apply: March 20, 2022 at 11:59pm
Art Drop Off/Installation: March 30, 2022 at 10am
The City’s Arts and Events reserves the right to change the project timeline.
*Artists will be notified of juried results roughly two week after the deadline. Any inquiries within two weeks of the deadline will not be responded too.*