The city of Moscow and the Moscow Arts Commission invite artists to submit designs through Feb. 28 for installation on vinyl-wrapped signal boxes.
City officials have identified three new boxes to be wrapped as part of the long-standing annual public art project. The vinyl also will be replaced at two existing sites, according to a standard five-year rotation schedule.
The boxes slated for new vinyl installations are at:
- Styner Avenue and Highway 95.
- Mountain View Road and Highway 8.
- Jackson Street and College Street.
- Sixth Street and the alley (between Jackson and Main).
- Jackson Street and A Street.
Pieces chosen by the selection panel will be displayed for as many as five years, and the artists will receive a $600 honorarium.
Artists 18 years of age or older who live in Latah, Nez Perce, Asotin or Whitman counties, along with Nez Perce or Coeur d’Alene tribal members, are encouraged to participate. Project details are at bit.ly/3nHvxsr.