A text graphic includes Forecast Public Art's logo and sub-logo of three colorful arrows pointing right with the words join our team, Administrative Assistant, apply by June 7, 2024.

Forecast Public Art is Hiring an Administrative Assistant

We are hiring an Administrative Assistant with strong organizational skills, attention to detail, belief in our mission and values of social justice and racial equity, and experience in nonprofits. This part time position (20 hrs/wk) will be located in Minnesota's Twin Cities and can work from home or the office. $24,000-30,000 DOQ; 50% health, 50% dental + PTO. Applications due June 7, 2024 @11:59pm CDT.
A text graphic includes Forecast Public Art's logo and sub-logo of three colorful arrows pointing right with the words join our team, Director of Planning + Engagement, apply by June 14, 2024.

Forecast Public Art is Hiring a Director of Planning + Engagement

Forecast Public Art seeks a Director of Planning and Engagement with experience directing successful public art planning, creative placemaking planning and cultural planning, and a proven track record of using methods to center community voice and community power in the co-design of these plans. In this role, the Director will manage and develop Forecast’s planning portfolio, manage/lead planning and engagement projects, as well as lead competitive applications for new RFP opportunities. This full time position (40 hrs/wk) will be remote and can work from home; much of this role can be completed virtually yet we do anticipate frequent travel. $100,000-110,000 DOQ; 100% health, 100% dental + PTO. Applications due by 11:59pm CDT, June 12, 2024.
an artist call graphic with an exterior view of a brick library with a lush green lawn under blue skies, states that a call for artists for Sumner Library of Hennepin County Libraries has an extended deadline, with apps now due April 8, 2024

Public Art Opportunity—Sumner Library, Hennepin County

The Hennepin County library and Forecast Public Art seek to commission an artist//team for a permanent artwork. The selected artist will carry out a public engagement process that will inform the design and implementation of the final artwork.
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Forecast’s third Change Lab Research Fellow, focusing on Climate Resilience in Public Art

Forecast’s third Change Lab Research Fellow is bridging the worlds of climate resilience and public art, to make a tangible impact on national public art policy.
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Announcing Forecast’s 2024 Early- and Mid-Career Grant Recipients

We are incredibly proud of the talented group of artists selected to receive Forecast grant funding in 2024. Seventeen artists are recipients of Forecast’s 2024 early- and mid-career grants. A total of $86,000 will support thirteen independent projects, leadership and professional development, risk-taking, multidisciplinary approaches, and collaborative problem-solving in the field of public art.
an artist call graphic with an exterior view of a brick building, Weld Hall at Minnesota State University Moorhead states that a call for artists is due September 14, 2023

Public Art Commission Opportunity—Minnesota State University Moorhead Weld Hall

Forecast and Minnesota State University Moorhead seek an artist/team to design + produce a distinctive public artwork showcasing the rich history and individuality of Weld Hall—a distinguished campus building under renovation.
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Meet the Artist Liaisons for the Rice Street Visioning Study

The Artist Liaison team for the Rice Street Visioning Study do deep community engagement work along the Rice Street corridor in Saint Paul, Minnesota. We are thrilled with the success of this award-winning, artist-lead engagement. These projects and inclusive practices invite and honor the full expression of people and place, and will lead to the redevelopment of Rice Street.
A text graphic reads, "Artist opportunity, 7 commissions for muralists in St. Paul, 7 murals, 7 cultural destination areas: Little Mekong, Little Africa, Rondo Shepard Davern, District del Sol, Near East Side, North End, 1 muralist / team for each wall, budget for each mural $15,000, Apply by 5pm July 14, Questions: Mark Salinas marks@forecastpublicart.org" with logos for Forecast, the city of Saint Paul, Minnesota, Saint Paul Downtown Alliance, and Saint Paul Cultural STAR program

2023 Saint Paul Cultural District Downtown Mural Project

We're collaborating with City of Saint Paul Mayor Melvin Carter, the Department of Planning and Economic Development, and the Saint Paul Downtown Alliance on a free workshop for muralists and 7 mural commissions. Open to muralists based in Saint Paul. Preference will be given to artists who are connected to a Cultural Destination Area in Saint Paul.
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Chroma Zone 2023 artists, continuing to disrupt the mural festival status quo

As an artist selection facilitator, Forecast provided the Creative Enterprise Zone with a list of pre-qualified artists for the festival’s 4th year. A part of our role with Chroma Zone is to disrupt the mural festival status quo. In line with our values, we thoughtfully select and recommend artists through the lenses of racial and gender equity.
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Public art opportunity—Hennepin County Hosmer Library

This Public Art commission is open to all artists, or artist-led teams that live in the Central neighborhood (zip codes 55407, 55408, or 55409) or have a demonstrated connection to the Hosmer Library and/or Central community. Applicants must be 18 years or older and have proven experience with public art.