The Clark County Public Art Program assigned a budget for ten local artists to design site-specific public art in center street medians throughout Clark County. Since said artist is expected to oversee fabrication, that also means they are more then design lead. They are expected to be contractors. As the release says: "Artist teams are eligible to apply, including teams of artists from multiple disciplines; however, all artists must be local and able to prove they are residents of Clark County. An artist team must be led by a single artist, under whom the other team members will work as subcontractors."
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The Clark County Public Art Fund has allocated $175,000.00 for this project; $17,500 to be paid to each of the ten (10) selected artists. If an artist team is selected, the team will receive $17,500 and no more. The $17,500 each artist is paid includes all costs associated with the project, including the artist design fee, materials, fabrication, artwork transportation, and installation of the artwork. This is a fixed cost project. The selected artists will be contractually responsible to deliver the artwork(s) complete and fully installed. All design intellectual property rights, fabrication, labor, materials, transportation, installation, engineering, insurance, contingency and every other related cost is the sole responsibility of the winning artist(s). Costs that exceed the approved budget, if any, shall be the sole financial responsibility of the selected artists. Selected artists will select and pay all required material suppliers and subcontractors. Any subcontractors hired by the artist must be paid prevailing wage.
Above: Krystal Ramirez “I Want to See More Brown Bodies” from 2017 will be reassembled at UNLV’s Barrick Museum of Art in Spring 2018.