Calls For Artists

Art Opportunity for Sculptors

River City Company Seeks Community Artist for Banners

Deadline: September 15, 2023

River City Company has announced a request for qualifications for local artists to be a part of redesigning the district banners in downtown Chattanooga. The request for qualifications will be open for artists to submit until Friday, September 8 with the top artists selected on September 15. Final submissions will be reviewed on September 29, with one artist selected for the project, receiving a $1,500 stipend for their artwork.

With the costs of the banner program increasing over the past few years, River City Company is also seeking community support and will match dollar for dollar up to $20,000 toward donations for the replacement of the banners. Additional information about the banner program and how the community can donate to the program can be found by going to

Permanent Supportive Housing Public Art Project

Deadline: September 20, 2023

Metro Arts is issuing a regional Call to Artists for an artist or artist team to design public art at locations on the grounds of the new Permanent Supportive Housing to be located at 110 Jo Johnston Avenue. The 5-story structure with 88 units will serve those needing stable and affordable housing.

Click here to learn more and apply.

Seeking Artists for Walmart Community Mural Program

Calling artists nationwide to create art that celebrates communities.
Selected artists paid compensation. Read details & submit RFQ below.

Rolling Application Deadline: September 30, 2023. This RFQ process and curation is lead by NOW Art, a public art agency.

About the Program

Walmart Community Mural Program is a celebration of communities across America and an important part of a new or newly transformed facility. Inspired by the community and together with every store manager, each mural reflects the local diversity and cultural references. Every mural is a unique, original artwork. Walmart works with NOW Art, a public art agency, to curate artworks and engage artists across the country. Today, community murals are featured in hundreds of Walmart stores, and original artworks are unveiled weekly in newly transformed stores.

Artists Across the Country

Since its inception, this program has connected local artists with communities across the country. These murals are a chance for artists to have their work seen by the thousands of people who visit Walmart stores every day. We are looking for artists who can bring each community’s unique story to life.


This opportunity is with NOW Art directly to be included in our pre-qualified directory of artists for mural commissions. To participate in this program and be selected we are considering artists who create compositions in the following styles: contemporary, street art, illustration, landscape and watercolor.

This will not require any onsite work. Artists will create the designs remotely and submit the work digitally in high-resolution format, and our organization prints and installs their work in the stores. The selected works will be significantly enlarged, so detail and an understanding of scale are key.


Compensation for the mural will be up to $800 – $1,000 per project. Artists must be able to create a render within a week. Artists of all ages, levels of experience, and talent are welcome. Inclusion in the directory does not guarantee a mural commission.

How to Apply

If interested, please fill out this Request for Qualifications form. There will be introductory Zoom interviews for artists we would like to move forward with.

Rolling Application Deadline: September 30, 2023


More Information: Explore the website featuring the program’s Art Catalogue, Sizzle Reel, and IG @community_mural_program.