Works in Public

Works in Public (formerly known as Model to Monument) is a professional development program that offers artists the opportunity to create site-specific, large-scale public sculptures. Since its inception, 46 artists have completed this program and had their sculptures installed in year-long public exhibitions at Riverside Park South and Riverside Park at 145th Street.

Works in Public will engage a team of artist-participants in every phase of the conception, creation, and installation of site-specific sculptures, providing them with direct work experience in the physical materials and processes used to create original works of public art. WiP students will each receive a monthly stipend and a scholarship for a full-time class for the duration.

This is an open application process; selected artists must commit to attending The League full time during their participation in the program. Selection is based on the strength of proposed concept and portfolio; artists working in all media are invited to apply.

Works in Public applications are due by September 11.
Selected artists will be notified September 26.
The program begins October 3.

Application Deadline:2022-09-11
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