Call to Artists from City of St. Augustine

The City of St. Augustine is seeking an artist or team of artists to create an original, large-scale, outdoor, public art installation for the roundabout at the intersection of May Street and San Marco Avenue.

The public art installation should be a signature piece for the St. Augustine community and should reflect some aspect of the City’s culture, unique history, or natural environment. The artwork should appeal to a broad audience and should be site-responsive, and properly scaled to the surroundings. The materials used must be able to withstand extreme weather and heavy traffic and must be structurally sound and require low upkeep and minimal maintenance costs. The site is located within a Florida Department of Transportation roadway and the artwork will have to meet all FDOT requirements and have signed and sealed engineering plans. This public art should reflect civic content and be a form of symbolic speech of the municipality, therefore no logos, words, symbols, or statements should be included.

The complete Request for Qualifications (RFQ) can be found online at available to view on the City of St. Augustine’s website at, on the commercial service DemandStar at and complete electronic submittals may be submitted through the CaFE website portal at . The direct link to Café is

Entry Deadline: 4/1/24

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