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2016-01-07 - Maiden Rock Mural Contest $1,000 Prize



Call For Proposals:


The Maiden Rock Merchants Association, in cooperation with the Maiden Rock Area Community Association and the Maiden Rock Village Board, seek proposals from artists or groups of artists to compete in a mural contest in conjunction with Summerfest, held on June 18th, 2016. The committee will select up to 9 Contest Participants to complete and install their murals at designated sites throughout the village (see sites descriptions, below). One contest participant will be awarded a $1,000 prize. All other Contest Participants receive a $100 materials stipend. Proposals due March 10.

Download the Call For Proposal
with contest rules and timeline
HERE

Artists submitting proposals for the Mural Contest are urged to familiarize themselves with the specific sites and create a proposal scaled to the specific site.

Request a Spanish language translation or for more information contact Lisa Roberts, Contest Administrator: lisalotte@yahoo.com .

Download Your Proposal DocumentationHERE

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SITE 1


Site # 1. The Municipal Garage.

Located on Main Street adjacent to Ole’s Bar. This mural would be viewed by vehicular traffic passing westbound through the village on Hwy 35 and by all persons entering the village park. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: 7' tall x 25' wide. (Could conceivably be taller- but the concern is the retaining wall would block visibility on a portion of the mural).


SITE 2


Site #2. The Municipal Water Tower. Located on Cty Rd S just north of the village. Public domain. Viewable by all vehicular traffic entering the village from County Road S. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: 63' tall x 10' wide. (Could conceivably be a bit wider- but at that point the mural begins to curve around the tower.)


SITE 3


Site #3. Roger Field’s barn.

Private property. Located adjacent to the village park. Viewable by patrons inside the establishments adjacent to the park; by anyone entering the park; by those driving between the railroad tracks and the establishments adjacent to the park. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: approximately 20 feet tall x 30 feet wide there is an electrical box in the middle and that cannot be covered. Please Contact Contest administrator Lisa Roberts for Site Owners contact information to discuss.


SITE 4


Site #4. Judy Dahleiden’s building.

Private Property. Located on Cty Rd S near the playground. Artists may utilize any portion of the side of the building shown, including a mural large enough to cover any combination of windows. This site is viewable by all pedestrian and vehicular traffic on Cty Rd S. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: 11' tall x 25' wide.


SITE 5


Site #5. Playground fence.

Located in the village on Cty Rd S adjacent to the bank. Public domain. Viewable from all pedestrian and vehicular traffic on County Road S. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: 9 1/2 ft. tall. The length of the fence is 78'- but I doubt the village would want the entire fence filled w/mural (and blocking visibility into the playground.)


SITE 6


Site #6. Retaining wall, highway 35 just west of the intersection of Highway 35 and 2nd street. Public domain.

Viewable from all pedestrian and vehicular traffic passing through this end of the village. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: 9' tall x 30' wide.


SITE 7


Site #7. Jeannette Sweasy’s building.

Private property. Located on the west end of the village on Highway 35. Viewable by all pedestrian and vehicular traffic heading east through the village. Proposals should be large enough to cover both windows on the side of the building shown in the photo. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: 9' tall x 15 1/2 wide.


SITE 8


Site #8. Tracy Young’s second story of the Six String Saloon.

Private property. Located on Highway 35 across the street from the bank. Viewable from all pedestrian traffic and eastbound vehicular traffic, highway 35. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: Please Contact Contest administrator Lisa Roberts for Site Owners contact information to discuss.


SITE 9


Site #9. The Lodge Retreat Building.

Private property. Located on Highway 35 adjacent to the gas station. Viewable by business patrons on this end of the village and by all westbound vehicular traffic through the village. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: 25' tall x 25' wide.


SITE 10


Site #10. Hiawatha Bank Building (the upper redwood portion of the building).

Located on Highway 35 and County Rd S, this site is viewable from all vehicular and pedestrian traffic moving through this end of the village. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: 8 1/2 ' tall x 28' wide.


SITE 11


Site #11. Baken-Young Funeral Home, the north side of the building adjacent to the empty lot.

This site is viewable by all pedestrians traffic on this end of the village and by all south bound vehicular traffic on Highway 35 as well as patrons of the Quick Stop. Maximum Size of Mural for this site: 13' tall x 33 wide. (Dimensions could possibly vary- but there are trees at the base of the wall- junk trees- but I don't know if the funeral home will remove them, or-. To be 'safe', the measurements would accommodate a mural located above the junk trees and be visible.)

 


Maiden Rock Township meeting

February 10, 2016

Town Hall

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Seniors Arts & Crafts Day

February 16, 2016

Senior Center/Village Hall

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Planning Commission Meeting

February 17, 2016

Village Hall

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Senior Citizens Potluck & Meeting

February 26, 2016

Senior Center/Village Hall

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Village Board Meeting

March 07, 2016

Village Office

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Coffee Break

March 14, 2016

Maiden Rock United Methodist Church

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Maiden Rock Area Community Meeting

March 15, 2016

Methodist Church

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American Legion Meeting

April 20, 2016

Legion Hall

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