This is the canvas on Nelson city hall that will have a mural added to it next spring. Photo submitted

Call out for city hall mural artist

Artist applications are currently available online and close on Friday, Nov. 15 at 5 p.m.

Artist applications for the creation of a mural on city hall are now open to Columbia Basin residents.

The Nelson and District Arts Council is presenting this project with support from the Columbia Basin Trust and the City of Nelson, through the Trust’s public art grant program. This five story mural will be created on panels throughout the winter and will be installed in the spring of 2020.

Professional artists with large scale work experience are encouraged to apply. Artist applications are currently available online and close on Friday, Nov. 15 at 5 p.m.

For more information and application forms, check ndac.ca. Any additional questions can be directed to executive director Sydney Black at info@ndac.ca.

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