Public Art Initiative
Request for Proposal
Re-imagining the Corner of 6th & Western
The Stillwater Arts & Humanities Council along with the City of Stillwater and its citizens are seeking artists to submit sculpture designs for a public art display.
The northeast corner of 6th Street and Western Avenue is a well-traveled entrance into the heart of the Stillwater. The work of art erected on this corner will serve as the catalyst for a larger, more comprehensive, initiative called the Gateway Project. The Gateway Project includes the identification and implementation of gateway signs, district boundaries, wayfinding, and public art. The selected sculpture will welcome everyone into the heart of Stillwater and become a defining element within the community.
COMING SOON – Official Artist Request for Proposal
SUBMISSION DEADLINE: July 1, 2021
OPTION 1 – Mail hardcopy or thumb drive to:
Stillwater Arts & Humanities Council
PO Box 135, Stillwater OK 74076
OPTION 2 – Email to:
OPTION 3 – Link to virtual location:
Dropbox or file transfer of your choice welcomed.
Alton Carter, Anu Sukhdial, Becky Taylor, Jillian McGee, Kathy Hall, Mike Staubus, Reem Mansy, Ron Beer, Staci Bejcek, Valerie Bloodgood
Kristine Waits, Norman McNickle, Rebecca Brienen
SAHC Partners with Prairie Arts
The SAHC joined with Prairie Arts on May 1st for the Pop Up Art Showcase. Local musicians performed throughout the morning:
Jo & Billy McCollom
Jimmy Stapp and John Homer
Terry Bryson and Billy McCollom
- GUEST COLUMN: Thanks, from the Prairie Arts CenterBy Rebecca Brienen and Meghan Brasuell, May 28, 2020 We would like to thank everyone who has contributed to the Prairie Arts Center’s creative and welcoming environment! Read full article in the Stillwater NewsPress
- Art in the time of the coronavirus pandemicThis is the first of a series of articles that will address the impact of COVID-19 on the arts in our community. Sponsored by the Arts and Humanities Council of Stillwater, we want to bring attention to the creativity of our community members as well as the resilience and importance of the arts in this… Continue reading Art in the time of the coronavirus pandemic