Artists Sought For Bicentennial Project
The Jackson-Madison County Bicentennial Committee is commissioning two 4 ft. x 12 ft. oil paintings to honor the history of Jackson and Madison County. Interested artists are asked to submit a proposal to create a realistic depiction of the 200-year heritage of Jackson and Madison County and the promise of a new century of accomplishment.
|“The artist chosen for this project will have a permanent exhibit in one of the most historical and prestigious buildings in Madison County,” said Bicentennial Chairman Elaine Christian. “This painting will not only represent our history for the past two centuries but will represent our community for generations to come.”The custom-sized oil paintings can be created on canvas, canvas board or panel and framed for installation on the East and West walls in the north foyer of the Madison County Courthouse located at 100 E. Main Street in Jackson, Tennessee.
Artists will need to communicate historical milestones, spirit and diversity of the people in Jackson and Madison County.Proposal bidding selection criteria and expectations can be found in the Request for Proposal (RFP) located at jacksontn.gov and jacksonmadison200.com.For questions or information regarding the project budget and materials, or to request pictures, videos or rough measurements of the space, contact Wanda Stanfill by phone at (731) 425-8318 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
The Bicentennial Commission is seeking additional sponsors for this permanent legacy project. If an individual or their company is interested in learning more, please reach out to the Bicentennial Commission at email@example.com or by calling at Elaine Christian at (731) 234-1862 or Anita Kay Archer at (731) 267-5072. Sponsors will be recognized at the artist reception and unveiling in the spring of 2023.