Per Section 444.029 of Texas Government Code, any county, municipality, or other political subdivision of this state undertaking a public construction project estimated to cost more than $250,000 may specify that a percentage not to exceed one percent of the cost of the construction project shall be used for fine arts projects at or near the site of the construction project. Those organizations may consult with Texas Commission on the Arts (TCA) for advice in determining how to conduct the public art or percent for art project.
You can post your Call for Artists (i.e., RFQ, RFP) on the TCA website at no charge.
Staff are available to advise on conducting a public art project ranging from scoping the project, developing the RFP, identifying committee members, developing a review process, intellectual property rights, conservation, and more.
For information on public art, please contact Laura Wiegand at 512/936-6565 or email@example.com.
Below is a collection of resources on Public Art.
Public Art: Texas
City of Austin Art in Public Places Program
City of Dallas Public Art Program
Fort Worth Public Art
Houston Art Alliance Civic Art and Design
Houston Municipal Art Conservation Office
Public Art San Antonio (PASA)
Public Artist (public art opportunities)
Public Art: National
AFTA National Public Art Network
Café: Call for Entry System
Center for Land Use Interpretation (CLUI)
Forecast Public Art Journal
International Directory of Sculpture Parks
Project for Public Spaces
Save Outdoor Sculpture (SOS!)
Public Art: Worldwide
Public Art Archive (database of completed projects)