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Public Art Surveys and Forms

A list of Public Art forms to request new public art, the repair of public art, permissions to use public art for commercial purposes, and to submit Unsolicited Proposals.

Tell us About Public Art in Your Area

  • Give us your feedback on existing public art using the smartphone friendly Public Art in My Area survey. We appreciate any feedback.

Unsolicited Proposals

  • Complete the CABQ Unsolicited Proposals Submission form if you are interested in submitting existing works or proposals to be considered for donation to or purchase by the Public Art Program.

  • Download the Unsolicited Proposal Guidelines for more information.

  • All proposals will be reviewed within three months of submission. Artists who are interested in submitting existing works for purchase, should check Opportunities for Artists for any open calls for art. If there are open calls for art for the purchase of existing work(s), the CABQ Public Art Program and Unsolicited Proposals Review Committee ask that artists submit their works for purchase to the open call.

Commercial Requests for the Use of Public Art

  • If you need copyright approval to use an image of public art, i.e. in a movie, a publication, or other commercial uses, complete the Public Art Use Permission form. (Note: the City will contact Artists directly using this form.)

New Requests for Public Art

Internal Requests for Public Art

  • Complete the New Request for Public Art in City Facilities form if your Department or Division would like 2-Dimensional art from the CABQ Public Art Program's rotating collection.

  • Complete the Request for Relocation, Removal, or Repair of Public Art form if there is public art that needs to be relocated, removed, or repaired for any reason.

  • All requests will be reviewed within one business day, however requests for new artwork will be handled in the order they are received. Requests to move art in an emergency will be addressed with a plan of action within one day, however art handling personnel may not be available to replace artworks as quickly.