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CoPA NAMES MURAL FINALISTS

The Grants Pass Committee on Public Art (CoPA) has announced three finalists for the mural to be painted on the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) building in early summer of 2011. The experienced muralists submitted preliminary work and will be receiving a Phase ll package of detailed information to submit for final artist selection.The three finalists are: Layne Brady - Drapes, Ut.Augustina Droze - Los Angeles, CA.Bob Edding - Gold Hill, OR.This is the first managed mural project by CoPA…See More
Nov 18, 2010
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CoPA NAMES MURAL FINALISTS

The Grants Pass Committee on Public Art (CoPA) has announced three finalists for the mural to be painted on the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) building in early summer of 2011. The experienced muralists submitted preliminary work and will be receiving a Phase ll package of detailed information to submit for final artist selection.The three finalists are: Layne Brady - Drapes, Ut.Augustina Droze - Los Angeles, CA.Bob Edding - Gold Hill, OR.This is the first managed mural project by CoPA…See More
Nov 18, 2010
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Grants Pass Committee of Public Art Seeks Muralists

The City of Grants Pass Committee of Public Art and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows are requesting artists’ applications for the creation of a public mural on the wall of the Odd Fellows lodge in downtown Grants Pass.The Odd Fellows mural is scheduled to be painted next summer. It’s the first phase of the committee’s mural art project, with a series of additional outdoor public murals planned for installation during the summer of 2012. The mural should reflect the Odd Fellows’ early…See More
Oct 14, 2010
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Grants Pass Committee of Public Art Seeks Muralists

The City of Grants Pass Committee of Public Art and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows are requesting artists’ applications for the creation of a public mural on the wall of the Odd Fellows lodge in downtown Grants Pass.The Odd Fellows mural is scheduled to be painted next summer. It’s the first phase of the committee’s mural art project, with a series of additional outdoor public murals planned for installation during the summer of 2012. The mural should reflect the Odd Fellows’ early…See More
Oct 12, 2010
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Grants Pass Committee of Public Art Seeks Muralists

The City of Grants Pass Committee of Public Art and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows are requesting artists’ applications for the creation of a public mural on the wall of the Odd Fellows lodge in downtown Grants Pass.The Odd Fellows mural is scheduled to be painted next summer. It’s the first phase of the committee’s mural art project, with a series of additional outdoor public murals planned for installation during the summer of 2012. The mural should reflect the Odd Fellows’ early…See More
Oct 12, 2010
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CoPA NAMES MURAL FINALISTS

The Grants Pass Committee on Public Art (CoPA) has announced three finalists for the mural to be painted on the Independent Order of Odd Fellows (IOOF) building in early summer of 2011. The experienced muralists submitted preliminary work and will be receiving a Phase ll package of detailed information to submit for final artist selection.

  1. The three finalists are: Layne Brady - Drapes, Ut.
  2. Augustina Droze - Los Angeles, CA.
  3. Bob Edding - Gold Hill,…
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Posted on November 17, 2010 at 2:00pm

Grants Pass Committee of Public Art Seeks Muralists

The City of Grants Pass Committee of Public Art and the Independent Order of Odd Fellows are requesting artists’ applications for the creation of a public mural on the wall of the Odd Fellows lodge in downtown Grants Pass.…

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