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HPAC looking for metal works artist

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The Helena Public Art Committee is looking for an artist to create metal works of art for Centennial Park.

The artist will have a $12,000 budget to complete the project, creating at least 5 life size pieces of art.  The park's grand opening is June, but it will not be complete for another 1 to 2 years.

Director of Parks and Recreation, Amy Teegarden, says she wants to combine art with functionality.  Teegarden hopes that the art shows people what is to come so they do no forget that the park will continue to improve.

Teegarden says, "Develop art that serves a purpose to help communicate.  To help serve as a kind of like frame work for how we want to do signs."

Artists have until February 19th to apply.


Story by Kelley Smith, Beartooth NBC.
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