PRINEVILLE, OR -- Six months after the completion of Prineville’s first roundabout, the city is looking for art to adorn its center. Prineville Mayor Steve Uffelman hopes artists will draw on the community’s natural beauty and cultural heritage to create an original, large-scale, interpretive piece for the roundabout at Highway 126 and Tom McCall Road. The $125,000 art project will be paid for by private donors.
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Only Pacific Northwest artists will be considered, those living in Oregon, Washington or Idaho. Applications and proposals will be accepted online through March fifth. Click HERE for more information.
The city hopes to have the artwork installed by the summer of 2020.