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Sertoma Arts Center hosts art contest

Find out how local artists can apply to be a part of the expansion and renovation process of the Sertoma Arts Center in Raleigh.

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Sertoma Arts Center is in the heart of north Raleigh.

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The Parks, Recreation, and Culture Resources department is seeking an artist + teams to create public art for the Sertoma Arts Center. The art is intended for the expansion and renovation of the arts center and has a budget of $73,000.

The chosen artist(s) will create artwork that will be integrated into the renovation of the Raleigh community studio building. Chosen semifinalists will be interviewed and compensated a $100 honorarium. Interested candidates may submit an application to by Tuesday, July 30.

Learn more about what the project budget entails and the eligibility requirements to apply.

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