Next time you visit Frisco’s George A. Purefoy Municipal Center to check out a book or pay a bill, allow a little extra time for wandering through the building's atrium. You might come away inspired by the works of local artists hanging on its walls.
CALL FOR ARTSTS - ART IN THE ATRIUM 11
The Frisco Public Art Program is calling for artists to submit works to Art in the Atrium 11, an exhibit featuring works from North Texas artists. Works will be exhibited throughout four floors of the George A. Purefoy Municipal Center for approximately six months.
Artists are invited to submit two-dimensional artwork to be considered. This is an ideal opportunity for artists eager to share their works of art and vision with the community.
SUBMISSIONS ACCEPTED AUG. 3 - SEPT. 6, 2015
The mission of the City of Frisco Public Art Program is to promote cultural, aesthetic and economic vitality in Frisco by integrating the work of artists into public places, civic infrastructure and private development. The facility's open atrium design and tall limestone walls has proven to be an exceptional venue to showcase the artistic excellence of our local and regional artists