Apex Sculpture Walk – 3rd Annual Outdoor Show
Sculpture artists are invited to participate in the Town of Apex’s 3rd annual outdoor sculpture show known as the Apex Sculpture Walk, scheduled for April 2023-March 2024.
This exhibition offers established and emerging professional artists the opportunity to display their sculptures throughout the heart of beautiful downtown Apex, North Carolina.
Deadline for Application:
- Applications are closed.
- The Town of Apex is a dynamic community dedicated to enhancing the quality of life for its citizens, visitors, and the greater Triangle region. This outdoor Apex Sculpture Walk aims to showcase a variety of outstanding artists and invite the community to engage in a meaningful artistic experience. This exhibit will bring new focus to the already vibrant downtown scene and enhance the connection to the nearby Town Hall campus and Hunter Street Park.
- Sculpture must be an original design.
- Priority will be given to those sculptures completed within the last three years but other works will be considered.
- Creativity and innovation of design is encouraged.
- Sculpture must be suitable for viewing by all ages.
- Sculpture may not be used for advertisement or to promote businesses or products.
- Designs must not include any breach of intellectual property, trademarks, brands, business names, corporate or organizational branding or images of drugs.
- Sculpture can be of any medium, but artists should consider structural and surface soundness and materials that can withstand outside and uncovered weather conditions as well as inherent resistance to theft, vandalism, and excessive maintenance and repair costs. Artists will be required to outline in their proposal their own experience with the material.
Jean Greer is a public art and design consultant with more than 30 years of experience in local arts development. She has focused on programs where public artists have created imaginative artworks authentic to the history, identity, or aspirations of place.
She served as VP of Public Art & Design for the Arts & Science Council of Charlotte-Mecklenburg NC and directed the Public Art and Design Program for Broward County in Fort Lauderdale FL. As a consultant to the NC Arts Council, she served as their Principal Research partner, building the framework for the statewide SmART Initiative that led to the creation of the NCAC SmART Cities/Towns program for arts driven economic development in North Carolina’s cities and towns.