Traffic Control Box Art Project

Let's think outside the box! The City is looking for local artists to help us bring life to otherwise stagnant traffic control boxes through a Traffic Control Box Art Project. If selected for the project, you will be awarded $500 and your artwork will be translated into a 2D vinyl wrap, to be installed on traffic control boxes throughout the Whitehall community. 

  • Who Can Apply: Everyone is welcome, including professionals, teachers, students and general art lovers, although preference may be given to local artists. All modes of art are also welcome (painting, sketching, photography, etc.), as long as the art can be translated into a 2D digital format for printing. 
  • How to Apply: Use the form below to apply and upload samples of your original art for the City's consideration. You may also submit something new that you design using the traffic control box template below. Selected artists will be asked to refine a piece of art for printing  on to the vinyl wrap. 
  • Deadline to Submit Art Samples: October 7, 2022
  • Award: $500 (Should your art be selected)
  • Questions: Contact Megan Meyer, Deputy Director of Public Affairs, at 614-817-3131 or [email protected] 
  • Template: Download Traffic Control Box Template
    There are two possible traffic box sizes that your artwork might be selected for. Feel free to use either size for a sample/design, knowing that you may be asked to adapt the artwork later. 
CALL FOR ARTISTS (2)

Traffic Control Box Artist Submission

Steps

  1. 1. Project Summary
  2. 2. Artist Information
  3. 3. Design Specs
  4. 4. Agreement and Legal Notices
  • Project Summary

    1. The City of Whitehall is seeking applications for artists interested in producing original artwork to be transformed into wraps for traffic control boxes throughout the community. 

      Artists of all levels, including students, teachers, emerging and professional artists, are welcomed and encouraged to apply by submitting their resume, as well as up to five (5) samples of original artwork.  

      If an artist is selected for the project, the City will request one final design, which must be submitted in the traffic control box template provided by the City. Each artist selected for the project will  receive a one-time payment of $500 for their design. 

      The deadline for application and sample submission is 5 p.m., Friday, October 7.  Late or incomplete applications will not be considered. 

      Artists will be notified of their selection for the project by Wednesday, October 12, with all final designs due to the City by Wednesday, October 19.

      Questions about this application can be submitted to Megan Meyer, Deputy Director of Public Affairs, at [email protected]