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7 - Item for Discussion/Information, North Recreation Center Public Art ProjectDO NOT REMOVE - PRAB File Matenal .~.^ ~.,. Memorandum To: Members, Pazks and Recreanon Advisory Board From: Chnshne Andersen, Depury Crty Manager for Environmental Sernces Doug Hawthome, Acnng Director of Parks and Recreat~on Kate Bernhardt, Acang Supenntendent of Pazks Plamm~g and Construct~on Alan Qmller, Recreanon Admmistrator Maureen Spitzer, Landscape Designer Date: ll/13/OI Subject: Item for Information and Discussion: North RecreaUon Center Pub6c Art Project Dunng the North Recreahon Center fundmg approvai process, the PRAB approved an expend~mre of $137,000 for public art mcludmg both art enhancements des~gned mto the buildmg by the azchrtect and two lobby sculptures T'he purpose of this memorandum ~s to update the PRAB on the art selechon process for the two (obby sculptures • The art enhancements designed mto the buildmg by the archuect mclude ~mages denved from plants, ammals and their natural envuonment, and aze encorporated mto steel gates, hghhng, recepuon desks, carpetmg and hle. The PRAB previously reviewed and approved the hst of ~ art enhancements The cost of the art enhancements is $37,000 ~"' • The ava~lable budget for the two lobby sculptures ~s $100,000 Of this, $15,000 wtll be reserved for contmgency, honoranum for drawmgs/models, and graphic suppoR and coordmahon w~th the atch~tect. Any unused pornon of the reserved funds will remam m the "Art m the Park" fund for use on other pro~ects The remammg $85,000 is available for the two lobby sculptures The City of Bouldec Pazks and Recreation Department and the Boulder Arts Comm~ss~on will issue "Call For Entnes" for two public art p~eces to be placed m the lobby of the renovated Center The two p~eces aze. l Lobby Sculpture Pieces aze to represent flight, may be literal or somewhat representative of flight. Compnsed of approx~mately seven figures or as appropnate for the space To be suspended from the beams/roof deck at the north s~de of the lobby and contmmng onto the face of the wall above the lobby reception desk. 2. Lobby Free-Standmg Floor Sculpture F7oor scupture to be placed neaz the lobby entry Maxtmum base d~mens~on 2'6" X 2'6", maximum height five feet. The select~on panel for the art pieces will be compnsed of the Parks and Recreanon Advisory Board Art Subcomm~ttee (Dave Wmmg, Susan Osbome, and Pam Hoge), Arts Comm~ss~oner(s), the Archrtect, 2-3 neighborhood representaaves and Ciry staff Artists will be mv~ted to subm~t apphcahons for one or both art p~eces r'"' L... ~ The approximate schedule for the art selecaon process ~s as follows "`" • January 15, 2002 Project Information Meet~ng for Artists • January 29, 2002 Applications &om Amsts Due • February 5, 2002 Committee rev~ews applications, sertu-finalist azusts nohfied. • March 28, 2002 Presentation of drawings/models and selection of artist(s), nonfy aztist(s) to receive commission(s) • Apnl I5, 2002 Contract(s) executed • August I5, 2002 Placement of art p~eces in NBRC A drafr of the "Call for Entries" ~s attached for your mformation and comment ~ ~ ~ ~ ~• Attachment ,„_, ~..,. City of Boulder CALL FOR ENTRIES North Recreation Center Public Art Project Project: The Ciry of Boulder Parks and Recreation Department and the Boulder Arts Comm~ssion mvite artists, or teams of artists, to submit an apphcuuon to be considered for a commission to be awarded for two stte specific pieces for the renovauon of the Vorth Recreation Center pro~ect. The artist or artists awarded the commission w~ll provide design, fabncation and m5tallauon for the mtenor of the Recreauon Center The artists may subnut an apphcanon for one or both pieces of art Design Character The goal of the Recreauon Center renova[ion is to provide needed space for expanded recreational activities, to transform the current faciliry mto an environmentally sustamable buildm~, and to mte~rate the buildm~ architecturally mto the surroundm~ natural and built environment The expanded recreational acuvmes mclude a new leasure pool, gymnastics azea, dance, yo~a and other activity areas Environmentally sustamable design mcludes a solar panel system to provtde hot water for the center, use of recycled matenals, and reuse of much of the existmg buildm~ Architecturally, the buildin~ ~ emphasizes the use of natural, rustic and elegant matenals and "bnngs the outside tn' '"' through natural hghtmg and outside views Images reflecuve of mountams, local plants, and footpnnts of mdi~enous animals are encorporated mto the architectural detailm~ of the buildmg mtenor The City is mterested m incorporatmg pubLc art mto two specific sites m the tacihry A. Lobby Sculpture: Pteces are to represent flight, may be literal or somewhat representative of flight 1 Compnsed of approximately seven fiwres or as appropnate for the space. To be suspended from the beams/roof deck at the north side of the Lobby and conumm~g onto the face of the wall above the Lobby Recepuon desk 2 Some pieces to be fully three dimensional, some pieces are to be partially three dimensional rehef pieces above the Reception desk 3 To be made of a durable matenal (cleanable of dust, UV stable, etc ) 4 Ylay move somewhat or stahonary 5 The Lobby space vanes m height, slopmg down from approximately twenty feet to approximately eleven feet m heieht. 6 Each piece is expected to be up to five feet at it's l.u~gest dimension 7 Budeet 535,000 ~+ ~r.. Lobby Free-Standing Floor Sculpture: ~ F1oor sculpture to be placed near the Lobby entry ,.,~ 1 To be made of a durable matenal 2 We expect many children withm the space immediately around this sculpture Safety is a pnmary concern 3 Floor mounted 4 Ma~cimum base dimension 2'6° x 2'6" m floor plan ~ General mnss to be not more than five feet tall 6 Bud~er ~50,000 Artwork Criteria: The selected artwork/s shall A Demonstrate compatib~hty with the Architzcmre and design character oY the Recreauon Center B Be a unique and creative desi~n soluuon C Be safe for unsupervised pubhc contact with specidc attenuon to sharp protrusions, be resistant [o vandal~sm and detenorauon with specific attention to durability of matenals and impermeabihty of timshes D Confortn to all apphcable Gry, state and or federal build codes and requirements The selected artist(s) shall demonstrate expenence and competence m construction and mstallation of structurally sound and safe work, ability ro respond m a timely manner to ~ the proposal dates, the ability to implement the pro~ect m con~uncuon wtth the pro~ect ...~ construcuon Competition Process and Schedule The competition proceas and schedule is descnbed bnefly below • January 1~, 2002: The City will host a Pro~ect Informauon ~feetmg w~th all mterested artists on Tuesday January 15, 2002, to be held at the Ins Center Auditonum. 3198 North Broadway, 9 00 am to 11 OQ am followed by a site visit with artists (immed~ately followmg informatio~ meetmo) • January 29, 2002: Artists have until noon on Tuesday January 39, 2002 to submit a complete apphcauon to the Boulder Arts Commission, P O Drawer H. Boulder, CO 80302 or to the office of Donna Gartenmann, Boulder Arts Commission Liason, City of Boulder Library located at 1000 Canyon Boulevard • February 5, 2002: A Selecuon Panel compnsed of inembers of the Parks and Recreation Advtsory Board, Arts Commissioner(s), the architect. 2-3 neighborhood representatrves, and City staff will review all apphcations and select serrv-finalists from amoune the pool of applicants. The serru-finalists shall be notified of their select~on by telephone or fax on Tuesday February 5, 2002 and provided with wntten matenal further definme tbe pro~ect aod detaiLn~ subrruttal requirements ~ ~ • blarch 28,2002: On Thursday March 28, 2002, the semi-finalists shall make '"` mdividual presentations to the Selection Panel of their proposed design solution ''~-- This presentation shall mclude a model and/or drawms(s) showm~ the artisYs mtent Each presentation must be accompanied by nme (9) copies of support mformahon that mludes a bnef wntten descnption of matenals and construcUOn process, a detailed budget and a schedule for completion of the artwork. An honoranum of five hundred dollars ($500 00) will be presented to each semi- finalist followmg the presentation of their proposal • April 15, 2002: Contracts are tar~eted to be executed by Apnl 15, 2002. • Ausust 1~, 2002:The artist(s) will mst.ill the fioal art pieces, m coordmation with overall pro~ect construcuon, m rrud .4uoust 2002 Application Submittal ~Iateriais Artists have unul noon on January 29, 2002 to submrt a complete appl~cauon to the Boulder Arts Commission, P O Drawer H, Boulder. CO 80302 or to the office of Donna Gartenmann, Boulder Arts Commission Liason, City of Boulder Library located at 1000 Canyon Boulevard To be ehgible for considerauon by the Selecuon Panal, the artists apphcaaon must mclude all of [he followms 1 Completed apphcation form signed and dated by the amst(s), 2 Up to ten (10) shdes of existmg work, 3 A current resume and mformauon about the artist's expenence, rw' -l. Any comments or notes that the arust has about the proposed City of Boulder/Artist '~-~ contract, 5 A self-addressed stamped envelope for return o£ the slides Artists wishmg to collaborate oo a pro~ect may submit a ~omt apphcation, each submittmg an apphcation mcludme up to ten shdes per arust and resumes for each artist Budget: Up to ~35,000 will be available for the Lobby "flighY' sculpmre and ~50,000 for the free standm~ floor sculpture The fuods will be available to the commissioned artisUs for des~gn, fabncation, execuuon, transportation and mstallation of the artwork (The Contract for Services shall provide for payment m three mstallments. Forty percent (40%) to be paid upon si~nmg of the Contract, forty percent (40%) upon substantial completion of the artwork, and twenty percent (20%) upon final compleuon of the artwork and acceptance and approval by the Gty of Boulder Eligibility: Any professional and pracacm~ visual ar[ist residmg m Colorado may apply The Ctty of Boulder encoura~es artists from all cultural, ethmc, and econorzuc backb ounds to apply Apphcants wtth expenence m similar pro~ects are encouraged to apply The selected artist(s) will be required to mamt.un a close workmg relationship with the City of Boulder or its desi~nated representative ~^^ ~.r- 3 Use of Artwork: ~ The Cuy of Boulder reserves the nght to incorporate some or all of the artwork, m s~nular -~ or other media, of the same or other size at other locahon(s) withm the North Recreaaon Center, or as pnnted or electromc images, m accordance with applicable provisions of the Sample Contract, Inquiries: Please call 1~Iaureen Spitzer, phone. 303-~113-72'7, with any queauons regardm~ the pro~ect or mformation meetm~ scheduled for Tuesday January 1~. 2002 Attachments: The followmg documents are attached to tlus Call for Entnes. • Attachment 1 Pro~ect Locauon • Attachment 2. 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