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Calling all artists!

The Town of Natick and Natick Center Cultural District (NCCD) announce a CALL FOR ARTISTS seeking proposals for Traffic Calming and Stormwater Education Public Art (TCSEPA) projects at several intersections in the NCCD, along with designs for decals on sidewalks for a total stipend of $5,000. Details of the Project at Traffic-Calming-Stormwater-Education-Public-Art-Details, MAP of the project TCSEPA Map, TCSEPA FAQ’s, and TCSEPA Additional Maps. Submissions must be in by February 13th, 2024.

Do you still have questions? Applicants are encouraged to connect with Claire Rundelli, Natick’s Conservation Agent, who is responsible for overseeing the Town’s stormwater permits, to ask questions about stormwater and its impact on Natick.

You can schedule 15 minutes on Zoom with Ms. Rundelli at https://shorturl.at/ilyU5.

An on-site meeting will occur during the Open Call for Artists on Tuesday, January 16th, from 11 am to 12 pm. Please RSVP for this event no later than January 11th at 5 pm. RSVP here: https://shorturl.at/ktEK1

Please submit any questions to [email protected]

This project is made possible by the Municipal Vulnerability Preparedness Program, the Town of Natick and the Natick Center Cultural District.

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