Paradise Valley, AZ

Paradise Valley Community College invites Native American artists to the Indigenous Public Art Project

Alistair Dominguez

PARADISE VALLEY, AZ - Paradise Valley Community College, or PVCC, invites Native American artists through Indigenous Public Art Project to submit their artwork proposal for display at the campus’ amphitheater environment.

Participants will receive $5000 from PVCC as their honorarium. Furthermore, the chosen artists will also feature in the campus tour on September 2, 2021. They will meet the planning committee and have a task to design and create artwork every Friday through the fall semester.

As a reward, PVCC will showcase their arts and appreciate their effort by acknowledging them as part of the campus’ Public Art collection and students of PVCC itself.

To qualify for the project, participants shall enclose 10-20 images of their artworks. They shall also submit a resume, an artist statement, and a proposal, either in visual or written format. PVCC welcomes all tribe affiliations proven by documentation, and it will set preference for Akimei O’odham, Pima, and Hohokam tribe members.

The deadline for submitting the artwork is August 22, 2021. Chosen artists will receive the notification email no later than August 27, 2021. They shall not worry about their property as the campus won’t claim it unless selected for the project.

PVCC initiates the project to recognize the diverse backgrounds of its people, including Natives. As the campus stands on the lands of Akimei O’odham, Pima, and Hohokam tribes, The project honors Native tribes across the United States suffering from genocide and segregation at the past time.

Individuals eligible for the project may contact David Bradley by emailing at to register and ask for detailed information.

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