Public Art RFQ: Westwood Hills Nature Center

Friends of the Arts and the City of St. Louis Park invite Twin Cities artists to submit qualifications for a public artwork commission to be installed in the new interpretive center at the Westwood Hills Nature Center.

RFQ Submission Deadline: August 12, 2019

Call for artwork & creative projects that highlight the role of voting in St. Louis Park

The City of St. Louis Park and Friends of the Arts seek proposals for artwork or creative projects that exemplify the role local elections serve in the city. Works or events relating to the story of the city, and why residents participate in elections are encouraged. 

Refer to proposal guidelines for more information or contact Jamie Marshall at 952-928-6422 or

Submission deadline: July 12, 2019

artist-designed Utility boxes

Create a sense of community connection and pride, and add some artistic beauty to the city with an artist-designed utility box!

Funding for the graphic wrap is available from the City of St. Louis Park. At least two neighborhood residents must be involved in the process. Collaborate with Friends of the Arts to bring your idea to life! Send us an email to get things started.

Take Or teach a class with slp community education

St. Louis Park Community Education supports lifelong learning at every level, with programs for infants through senior citizens. Explore the catalog of arts and craft classes taught by local artists and educators, or connect with Community Education staff about teaching a class.

Arts for Life Scholarships are available to St. Louis Park residents to cover registration costs if they are prohibitive to your participation. Learn more and apply here.

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