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Project: West High School / Romig Middle School Library Renovation
Deadline for Entries: August 28, 2020 11:59 PM MST
Amount of Commission: $97,500 total; $65,000 Location 1, $32,500 location 2
Eligibility: National Call

The art selection jury intends to commission two complementary installations totaling $97,500 to be permanently installed at two different locations within the indoor atrium area located just outside of the renovated school library. West High School and Romig Middle School are the only combined school in Anchorage, and the renovated library is the largest school library in the state of Alaska. The two schools are joined at the shared library and common area where the artwork is to be installed.

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