Arts Council of Greater Lansing Seeks Artist Proposals

CREATED Feb. 23, 2012

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LANSING, Mich., Feb. 23, 2012 – The Arts Council of Greater Lansing is currently seeking proposals from its membership to create a commissioned artwork that honors the legacy of local artist and financial advisor, Christopher Daniel Clark, for permanent display at the Arts Council.  Proposals should outline how the artwork intends to capture Chris' likeness, his humor, his spirit, his passion for the community, and his love of the arts, especially music.  A full biography and detailed proposal requirements can be found on the Arts Council’s website, www.lansingarts.org.  Proposals are due to the Arts Council office by 5 p.m. on March 15, 2012.  

 

A panel of qualified professionals convened by the Arts Council will review proposals and will recommend a finalist.  The finalist will be notified by March 30 and will be supplied with photographs and other information necessary to produce the artwork.  Detailed sketches or a scale model will be required for display at an event held in downtown Lansing on April 23, 2012 from 5-7 p.m. honoring Clark.  The artist producing the commissioned artwork will also be asked to be present at the event.

 

Clark, a 1998 graduate of Grand Ledge High School, served as a financial advisor with The Centennial Group, where he was named CDP of the Year for the two years in a row.  Clark also owned Audio Art Productions, DJ'd internationally, and was a huge supporter of the Arts Council of Greater Lansing, in whose name a special fund and fellowship program is being established.

 

 

For more information, please contact Executive Director Leslie Donaldson by calling 517-372-4636 or leslie@lansingarts.org

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Founded in 1965, the Arts Council of Greater Lansing is a non-profit organization whose mission is to lead, advocate for, and advance arts and culture in the capital region. For more information, visit

www.lansingarts.org.