"Compound Sight" (2015) by artist Dan Corson references the Fibonacci sequence which is found throughout nature and was influential to the architecture of Discovery Hall, located on the Bothell campus of the University of Washington in Western Washington. This artwork is part of Washington's State Art Collection.
"Compound Sight" (2015) by artist Dan Corson, located at the Bothell campus of the University of Washington.
This glass artwork references the Fibonacci sequence which is found throughout nature. The math sequence was influential to the architecture of Discovery Hall, where the artwork is located. Photo courtesy of the artist. Part of Washington's State Art Collection. Click to learn more about this artwork on My Public Art Portal.

Public Artist Roster

The Public Artist Roster is a pre-qualified list of professional visual artists. These artists are eligible to create site-responsive works of art for K-12 public schools, colleges, universities, and state agencies. Art in Public Places (AIPP) project managers facilitate this process.

Every three years, AIPP holds a call to select artists for the Public Artist Roster. A panel made up of artists and arts professionals reviews applications. Each applicant’s experience and technical abilities are factors in this review process. The panel then makes recommendations to the ArtsWA board.

The ArtsWA Board approved the current Public Artist Roster at its August 2018 meeting.

I am commissioned to create an artwork. What are my next steps?

Please read the Artwork Acquisition page. This will walk you through the commission process. Important resources and documents are included on that page.

For in-depth information, download the Public Artist Handbook. This resource details what we expect from an artist selected to create a site-responsive work of public art.

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