The new Houston Police Department Southwest Police Station needs some art, and the City of Houston has put out a call for artists to submit work to class up the 50,000 square-foot space.
The building at 13000 Nitida Street in Southwest Houston is under construction. Artists or artist groups can submit work for commission/acquisition, and the budget is up to $50K “to incorporate new or existing artwork in the station’s community meeting room. The goal of the project is to make artwork accessible to the public in a neighborhood HPD facility and enhance the community gathering space.”
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