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Artist sought to create $6,000 Warren mural

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WARREN, Ohio -

 The Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership is calling on all artists to submit their vision for a mural to be painted in Warren.

The organization is offering $6,000 to the person selected to create a mural for the wall at Mahoningside, located on Summit Street.

A collaboration involving the City of Warren, Trumbull Art Gallery and the Fine Arts Council of Trumbull County are soliciting sketches.

• Mural theme is non-specific. Submissions of all types are encouraged.

• Three sketches per submission.

• Application is free and form must be obtained from TNP and accompany submissions.

• Sketches are to be submitted to scale (wall is 100’ wide by 11’ tall) electronically, by USPS, or by hand to Trumbull Neighborhood Partnership (170 North Park Ave, Warren OH 44083) no later than July 31, 2014.

• Artist will be chosen through a combination Jury/Public selection process and notified by August 31, 2014.

• Work is to be completed under terms of the contract to be signed by artist.

• Artist will be awarded $3000 upon signing of contract and $3000 upon satisfaction of contractual obligations (artist must provide all supplies and materials).

For questions or for an application form contact: matt@tnpwarren.org or call 330-599-9275

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