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Adams Square Mini Park Seeks Artists’ Proposals

The Glendale Library, Arts & Culture Department — on behalf of the city’s Arts and Culture Commission — is accepting proposals from artists who would like to temporarily display artwork in the Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station.
The Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station is a 1936 Streamline Modern Gas Station listed on the Glendale Register of Historic Resources. The gas station is shaped like a cube with acrylic windows all around, so that installations can be experienced from every angle. Art is displayed on a rotational basis.
Artists whose work is chosen for installation at the venue will receive a stipend of $1,000 in addition to a production budget of up to $1,500, for a total maximum stipend of $2,500. Applications are received on a year-round basis and will be reviewed annually in the spring.
This is an opportunity for local artists to showcase their work to the Glendale community. To be considered for the 2023-24 year, interested participants are encouraged to apply soon.
Art installations at the Adams Square Mini Park Gas Station are sponsored by the Glendale Arts and Culture Commission and Glendale Community Services and Parks.
To review artwork that has previously been installed or to learn about the installation currently on view until March 31, “ReCollect” by Cat Chiu Phillips, visit glendaleartsandculture.org/adamssquareexhibits.

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