The City of Loveland is searching for artists to work on three public projects throughout the city.

The first project is The Art Advocacy Project (TAAP) 3D-Sculpture, which showcases sculptors via a loan sculpture exhibition in Downtown Loveland from June of this year to June of 2021.

The artist would receive $2,000 for their work. Applications can be submitted here until 11:59 p.m. on April 20.

The city is also looking for artists to work on a large-scale infrastructure project that would span 37th Street between North Lincoln Street and Monroe.

The first part of the project would cover the pedestrian walkway and railing on the 37th Street Bridge, with a budget of $35,000.

Applications can be submitted here until 11:59 p.m. on May 6.

The second part of the project, which has a budget of $25,000, calls for a sculpture installation on the 37th Street Roundabout.

Applications can be submitted here, and are also due on May 6. Artists can apply for one or both parts of the second project.

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