This RFQ solicits work to improve and enhance the park area at Embudo Valley Library. Works of art must be original, one-of-a-kind, and site-specific.
This request for qualifications is for local artists,makers, or technologists.
There are 4 small projects:
Project 1: Create and Install two public benches. Project must be complete by December 11, 2020. Budget: $1,250 per bench.
Project 2: Create and install two fully ADA accessible outdoor tables of a suitable size for at least 6 people. Project must be complete by December 11,2020. Budget: $1,250 per outdoor table.
Project 3 and 4: Two projects to bring life and community engagement to the Embudo Valley Library grounds and park. Works of art to be created based on community cultural assets. Works of art can be play features for children and families. Producers will work with 2 or more community members through some manner of community engagement. Cultural assets and needs of the project include the heritage of agriculture, fruit growing,food traditions, acequias, play features, and seating. Projects must be completed by April 30, 2021. Budget: $4,250 per project.
See below for the detailed RFQ and Insturctions.
Check out the fruits of some of our teens' labors from a workshop conducted this summer by Levi Romero, NM Poet Laureate and Dixon native.
La Segunda Second Hand Store is open Wednesdays and Saturdays 10am-4pm, receiving donations Wednesdays and Thursdays 9am-12noon. All sales and donated items benefit Embudo Valley Library programs and services. We are happy to receive your clean, working, donations outdoors, wearing masks and following physical distancing protocols. Please bring your donations behind the library. For large items or furniture, call ahead 505-579-9181 or e-mail email@example.com. Thank you for supporting our library!
Look at these fabulous prints and Japanese Notan done by Embudo Valley Library and Embudo Valley Tutoring Association afterschool students and taught by Rafa Tarín of the Peñasco Theatre. And also the Make It Sew Projects taught by Robin West. Thank you to funder New Mexico Arts!
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