UNT Art in Public Places Program - Artist Registry Application
What is the Artist Registry and how is it used?
The Artist Registry provides art and design professionals an opportunity to express interest in providing small and/or large-scale artworks for public spaces, both interior and exterior, at the University of North Texas. By submitting contact information, professional qualifications, and images, artists become part of a registry used by UNT in the APPP selection process for purchasing or commissioning works of art for the UNT campus.
Who is eligible to apply?
The Artist Registry is non-juried and open to all art and design professionals. Panels will use the registry to select work for specific projects.
What happens to my images?
By uploading images to the registry, artists grant nonexclusive rights to the UNT Art in Public Places Committee and its sub-committees to use the images in selection processes of the committee's choice; however, artists retain rights to the images. UNT will not use images for promotion or other public functions without artists’ written permission. Additionally, artists are encouraged to replace and/or update images as needed. UNT is not responsible for returning any images submitted.
Required Information to Apply:
- Completed, online artist registry form
- Current resume or Curriculum Vitae in PDF format (6 pages maximum)
- Up to 20 Digital Images
- Corresponding image identification, including brief description and total budget for the project or price of the work shown.
- Artist statement in PDF format, briefly characterizing your work and your interest in public art
- Contact information for 3 professional references in a single PDF document
How to Apply:
Complete the online application and upload your attachments. You will create a personal log-in name and password that allows you to update your registry listing as needed. Deadline is ongoing.
You will be notified only in the event you are selected for a project or invited to submit a specific proposal. Information about past, current, and upcoming projects is available on the UNT Art in Public Places blog.
Tracee Robertson, Director, UNTArtGalleries, 940-369-8914 or email@example.com