WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. (WLFI) — The city of West Lafayette is looking to make its new wellness and aquatics center a little more beautiful with public art.
As we've reported, work on the facility is supposed to finish in January of 2021.
The plan is to add a piece up to 15 feet tall and 43 feet wide at the entrance, but they need help finding someone to make it a reality.
The city is working with the Tippecanoe Arts Federation and the public arts team.
They are looking to spend $100,000 on the actual piece of art and another $50,000 on installation.
The city encourages people to submit ideas or refer artists by Jan. 6.
If you are interested, more information can be found here.