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CALL for SUBMISSIONS: Nat’l Native American Veterans Memorial

2017 December 28

Learn more about the Call for Design Submissions for the National Native American Veterans Memorial!

vintage FOOD?

While on my way home from Virginia through North Carolina and on to Tennessee, I stopped in a number of “antique malls”, or junk stores as my mother would cal them, in search of frames for my own work.  But I was struck by the number of meals ready-to-eat (MREs) for sale.  I understand the attraction to un-expired MREs for survivalists & doomsday preppers, but why would anyone buy vintage beans?  You can’t eat them. You can’t really open the package.  Is it kitsch value?  Someone please enlighten me.  In the meantime, here is a Call celebrating Native American veterans.  I am looking forward to seeing the winning design.  You don’t have to be an architect or sculptor to apply.

Check out this Call for Design Submissions from The National Museum of the American Indian (Washington, D.C.) for National Native American Veterans Memorial.  There is no entry fee, and designs need only be preliminary.  Take a look…

Learn more about the Call for Design Submissions for the National Native American Veterans Memorial!CALL for DESIGN SUBMISSIONS:
Nat’l Native American Veterans Memorial 
from The Nat’l Museum of
the American Indian

“Despite . . . . distinguished legacy spanning 2 1/2 centuries of American history, no national memorial yet exists—Native veterans & those serving today remain unrecognized by any landmark. With your participation, however, this will soon change.” — NMAI

ELIGIBILITY:  Open to all artists 18+

MEDIA: Open to all

DEADLINE:  January 9, 2018

NOTIFICATION:  January 25, 2018 (Announcement of Stage II Participants)

ENTRY FEE: None

JUROR:  A blue-ribbon jury of Native and non-Native artists, designers, scholars & veterans will judge the design submissions. Don Statsny, architect, urban planner and community facilitator, will oversee the competition.

AWARDS:  Stage I will be an open call to submit design concepts. The jury will select up to five finalists to participate in Stage II. The second stage will require finalists to refine their concepts. At the conclusion of Stage II, the jury will review the submittals & select a design concept for the memorial.   Semifinalist Honorarium—$25,000; Projected Design/Construction Budget—$8 million.

For complete details, Read the Full Call!

Learn more from the National Museum of the American Indian!

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