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					       REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
            CALL TO ARTISTS

                  NUMBER
                  RFQ #1-A




          Convention Center Authority
  of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville
             and Davidson County




     Music City Center Public Art Program




  Ryan Johnson, Convention Center Authority
Sandra Duncan, Metro Nashville Arts Commission



                March 23, 2011
              CALL TO ARTISTS- REQUEST FOR QUALIFICATIONS
                            Music City Center


                                 Table of Contents

I. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW                                3
       A. Project Summary                                   3
       B. Submission deadline                               5
       C. Project Budget                                    5
       D. Project Goals                                     5
       E. Scope of Work and Eligibility                     5
       F. Site History                                      6
       G. Architecture and Commercial Use                   7
       H. Budget                                            7
       I. Convention Center Authority                       7
       J. Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission and
              Music City Center Public Art Program          8

II. SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS                                 8
       A. Timetable                                         8
       B. Selection Criteria                                8
       C. Inquiries                                         8
       D. Compliance With the RFQ                           9
       E. Response Format and Sending Submittals            9

III. SELECTION PROCESS                                      10
       A. Method of Source Selection and Selection Panel    10
       B. Selection Panel                                   10
       C. Selection Process                                 11

IV. RULES AND GUIDELINES                                    11
      A. Conflict of Interest                               11
      B. Requests for Clarification of Submission           11
      C. Submissions, RFQs and Presentation Costs           11
      D. Validity of Submissions                            11
      E. Rejection of Submission                            11
      F. Americans with Disabilities Act                    11
      G. Non-Discrimination                                 12
      H. Call to Artists & Presentation Costs               13
      I. Public Disclosure                                  13
      J. Affidavit                                          13

V. LOCATION TABLE                                           13




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I. INTRODUCTION AND OVERVIEW

A. Project Summary
The Convention Center Authority of the Metropolitan Government of Nashville and
Davidson County (hereinafter CCA or Convention Center Authority) through the Music
City Center Public Art Committee (MCC/PAC) and managed by the Metropolitan
Nashville Arts Commission (Metro Arts) is soliciting Statements of Qualifications/ SOQ
(submissions) from interested and qualified Respondents (artists) for artworks within
Nashville’s new convention center, the Music City Center.

The 16-acre site of the Music City Center is south of Broadway between 5th Avenue
and 8th Avenues, west to east, and between Demonbreun Street and Franklin Street,
north to south. The Bridgestone Arena and the Country Music Hall of Fame adjoin the
site.

The Music City Center facility will be 1.2 million square feet of finished space, featuring
a 350,000 square foot exhibit hall, a 57,500 grand ballroom and 18,000 square foot
junior ballroom, and about 1,800 parking spaces. It also offers 90,000 square feet of
meeting room space – approximately 60 meeting rooms - and 32 loading docks. The
convention center is on track to be LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental
Design) Silver certified by the U.S. Green Building Council. Additional information about
the building can be found at www.nashvillemusiccitycenter.com.

The Music City Center is the largest capital construction project in the city’s history and
is a major investment in Nashville’s economic future. This investment is expected to
generate returns for the city by creating job and enhancing the local economy. The
Music City Center Economic and Fiscal Impact Analysis completed in 2010 and
prepared by HVS Convention, Sports and Entertainment concluded that, by 2017, the
Music City Center will create an additional $134.9 million in spending.

This RFQ/ Call to Artists will result in a short list of approximately two semi-finalists per
commissioned project, who will each receive a commission of $2,500 for travel to visit
the project site, development of final proposals and making a presentation to the
Selection Panel (travel and any other associated costs). Artists and/or artworks for
acquisitioned projects will also be recommended by the selection panel. Final artist
proposals will be approved by the MCC/PAC and the Convention Center Authority.

The public art program is a joint effort between the Convention Center Authority and
Metro Arts. Together, with the design team, they have created a Master Plan for public
art integration within the overall facility and exterior complex. This RFQ has been issued
for interior artworks.

The goal of the public art program is to create a high quality collection that reflects the
spirit of the city, the architecture of the building and the innovation of artists. Convention



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Center Authority and Metro Arts have a deep commitment to supporting local, regional
and national artists of all types.

To see the Music City Center Public Art Program Site Plan, refer to Metro Arts’ website
at www.artsnashville.org/pubartprogram.




Convention Center Authority                    Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission




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B. Submission deadline: Materials must arrive at the address listed in Section II. E.6.
not later than
      **** May 6, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. Central Daylight Time ****

Proposals must be submitted in a sealed envelope. No submission will be
accepted after deadline.

C. Project Budget
The project budget for interior works of art is up to $1,308,000.
See Section V for a list of locations. Detailed information on each location can be found
in the Music City Center Public Art Program Site Plan, on Metro Arts’ website at
www.artsnashville.org/pubartprogram.

D. Project Goals
The artworks should:
 complement the architecture of the building,
 engage visitors of all backgrounds,
 appeal to the citizens of Nashville,
 reflect the characteristics and culture of Nashville,
 support the business use of the building,
 contribute to a world-renowned collection, and
 complement the principles of LEED silver certification and sustainability practices.

E. Scope of Work and Eligibility
        Many public art locations are proposed for the interior of the Music City Center.
There are four suspended artworks (Su) located in prominent spaces within the building.
Also, there are many opportunities for two dimensional artworks and smaller artworks
throughout the building. These artworks could be composed of various media, including
light (L), mosaic (M), new media (NM), painting (P), relief sculpture (RS), or works on
paper, including photography (WoP).

Artists will be encouraged to take inspiration from local history, natural features and/or
community culture. (See Section II. F-G for more details.) For details on each location,
see Section V. and the Music City Center Public Art Program Site Plan, on Metro Arts’
website at www.artsnashville.org/pubartprogram.

   All of the artworks are organized into three categories, detailed below. The three
   categories are open to professional artists or a team of professional artists.




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                                           Number
                                                          Location
                      Eligibility             of                               Medium             Best for
                                                          Numbers
                                           Artworks
                                                                                                  Artists who
                                                                                                     have
                                                                                                 successfully
Commissioned
               Open to artists residing                   1-01, 3-27,                            completed a
 Suspended                                    4                                   Su
               within the United States.                  7-01, 7-03                              structurally
  Artworks
                                                                                                  integrated,
                                                                                                commissioned
                                                                                                    artwork




                                                                            1-14 and 1-23:
                                                                                                  Artists who
                                                                               L/RS/Su,
                                                                                                     have
  Additional
               Open to artists residing                   1-14, 1-23,                            successfully
Commissioned                                  4                                1-36: RS,
               within the United States.                  1-36, 3-25                             completed a
  Artworks
                                                                                                commissioned
                                                                           3-25: Design fee
                                                                                                   artwork
                                                                            for mosaic wall




                                                                           1-02 through 1-09:
                                                                               P/RS/NM,
                                                                           1-10 through 1-13:
                 Open to artists who
                                                                                 P/WoP,
                     reside within
                                                                           1-15 through 1-22:
               approximately 250 miles
                                                                                 P/WoP,
                of Nashville, including
                                                                           1-24 through 1-35:
                  Atlanta, Memphis,                   1-02 through 1-13,
                                                                                 P/WoP,
               Knoxville, Chattanooga,                1-15 through 1-22,
                                                                           2-01 through 2-02:
                   Bowling Green,                     1-24 through 1-35,
  Acquired                                                                         P,
                 Paducah, Louisville,        65       2-01 through 3-24,                          All Artists
  Artworks                                                                    2-03: P/RS,
                    Huntsville and                           3-26,
                                                                           3-01 through 3-08:
               Birmingham. Priority will              6-01 through 6-04,
                                                                               P/RS/NM,
                be given to artists who                      7-02
                                                                           3-09 through 3-24:
                     reside within
                                                                                 P/WoP,
                  Nashville/Davidson
                                                                              3-26: P/WoP
                 County or adjoining
                                                                           6-01 through 6-04:
                       counties.
                                                                                 P/WoP
                                                                               7-02: P/RS




F. Site History

The Music City Center is located within the SoBro district of downtown Nashville. After
the Civil War, this area was referred to as “Black Bottom,” due to the muddy flood water
that often inundated the area. During this time, the area was occupied with tenement
housing for the workers at nearby industrial sites. SoBro began to evolve with the
development of institutional uses, including the precursor to the Vanderbilt University
Medical School. These developments attracted more prominent residents. However,
with the development of the street car, the residents fled the area, leading to the
industrial uses prevalent in the area in the last half century.


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The site is located within walking distance of the riverfront of the Cumberland River,
Ryman Auditorium, Second and Broadway, 5th Avenue of the Arts, the Country Music
Hall of Fame, the Frist Center for the Visual Arts, Bridgestone Arena and Schemerhorn
Symphony Hall, among many other destinations.

SoBro has seen many developments in recent years, including the Schemerhorn
Symphony Hall, the Pinnacle at Symphony Place and Encore. SoBro is currently
experiencing a revitalization, which was initiated by the development of the Music City
Center. Artworks will be located in areas of the Music City Center that are visible from
the interior and exterior of the building. As development continues in this area, visibility
of public art and of a particular work will promote both public art as an economic
development strategy and specific artists featured within the building.

G. Architecture and Commercial Use

Nashville is often referred to as “Music City,” because of the depth and breadth of its
music industry, which encompasses all genres of music. The architecture of the Music
City Center is intended to evoke the feeling of being within a musical instrument. Warm
materials and treatments, such as wood and stone, will be used. The design also
incorporates curves suggestive of a stringed instrument. Many of the exterior walls are
glass, creating light-filled spaces. This reference to Nashville as “Music City” is
effective, without being literal.

Sustainability is a high priority for the Music City Center which is reflected in the design
of the building. In addition to assisting in the goal to achieve LEED Silver Certification,
the green roof is designed to represent the rolling hills of Middle Tennessee. The
irrigation system for the green roof uses captured and stored stormwater run-off.

The Music City Center will be booked constantly with conventions and events. These
events will range in size and purpose. All artworks must complement the use of the
building and must not impede the flow of traffic or otherwise detract from the building’s
commercial purpose.       The Selection Panel will look closely at integration of
sustainability, maintenance and support of architectural integrity in artist selection.

H. Budget
The project budget allocates $1,308,000 for all interior artwork projects. These figures
represent the total artist budget, to include artists’ fees, overhead and operating costs,
material and fabrication costs, all project-related travel, installation costs, and site
preparation costs not already included in the design team’s construction budget, plus
insurance, contingency, and any other artist-related costs.

I. Convention Center Authority
The Convention Center Authority is a nine-member board appointed by the Mayor of
Nashville to oversee the construction and operations of the city’s new convention
center, the Music City Center as well as the current Nashville Convention Center.




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J. Metropolitan Nashville Arts Commission and Music City Center Public Art
Program
Metro Arts is a department of the Metro Government of Nashville and Davidson County
created in 1978 for the purpose of promoting, preserving and expanding the cultural and
artistic interests of the general public. The Convention Center Authority has contracted
with Metro Arts to administer the public art acquisition for the Music City Center.

II. SUBMISSION INSTRUCTIONS

A. Timetable
The following projected timetable should be used as a working guide for planning
purposes. The Convention Center Authority reserves the right to adjust this timetable as
required during the course of this Request for Qualifications process.

EVENT                                                            DATE         DAY
Request for Qualifications due                       May 6, 2011               Friday
Selection Panel (commissioned artworks)              May 16-20, 2011           Monday-Friday
Site visit for semi-finalists (commissioned          Jun. 6-10, 2011           Monday-Friday
artworks)
Semi-finalists’ presentation to Selection Panel      Jul. 25-29, 2011            Monday-Friday
(commissioned artworks)
Selection Panel (acquired artworks)                  Aug. 29- Sept. 2,2011       Monday-Friday
Site visit for semi-finalists (acquired artworks)    Sept. 19-23, 2011           Monday-Friday
Semi-finalists’ presentation to Selection Panel      Oct. 24-28, 2011            Monday-Friday
(acquired artworks)
Installation completed                               January 31, 2013            Thursday

B. Selection Criteria
Artists will be selected on the basis of the following criteria (in order of priority):
 artistic merit
 broad experience as a professional artist
 references regarding ability to perform according to schedule and budget
 experience applicable to this project
 expressed interest in and understanding of the project

C. Inquiries
Direct all questions related to this RFQ/Call to Artists to the CCA staff via e-mail only at
Ryan.Johnson@nashvillemcc.com. All questions will be answered in groups, according
to the schedule below. Answers will be posted on the Music City Center Public Art
website (http://www.nashvillemusiccitycenter.com/about/publicart.asp).

                Received by                                       Answered by
                April 1, 2011                                     April 8, 2011
                April 22, 2011                                    April 29, 2011




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D. Compliance With the RFQ
Submissions must be in strict compliance with this Request for Qualifications. Failure to
comply with all provisions of the RFQ may result in disqualification. The Convention
Center Authority and Metro Arts reserve the right to reject any proposals and/or waive
any formalities in the solicitation process.

E. Response Format and Sending Submittals
Please submit the following materials to the address below (all text must be printed on
single-sided pages):
1. A brief one-page printed letter of interest addressing selection criteria and
   highlighting particular qualifications for the position and perceptions about the
   project. Begin by indicating for which project(s) you are applying, by filling in
   the chart below with the medium indicator that best describes your work.

                                                                         Location
                                          Eligibility                                       Medium*
                                                                         Numbers
       Commissioned
                          Open to artists residing within the United     1-01, 3-27,
        Suspended
                                            States.                      7-01, 7-03
         Artworks
         Additional
                          Open to artists residing within the United     1-14, 1-23,
       Commissioned
                                            States.                      1-36, 3-25
         Artworks
                                                                   1-02 through 1-13,
                              Open to artists who reside within    1-15 through 1-22,
                           approximately 250 miles of Nashville.   1-24 through 1-35,
           Acquired
                                                                   2-01 through 3-24,
                          Priority will be given to artists who reside
           Artworks
                            within Nashville/Davidson County or            3-26,
                                       adjoining counties.         6-01 through 6-04,
                                                                           7-02
* suspended (Su), light (L), mosaic (M), new media (NM), painting (P), relief sculpture (RS), or works on paper,
including photography (WoP)


2. Up to twenty (20) digital images of recent work according to the instructions below.
   Team submissions should not exceed a total of twenty images.
   a. Submit only high-quality JPEGs on a CD-R disk (not CD-RW, or any other
       media), with 800 x 600 pixels maximum width and height respectively.
   b. Use file extension ‘.jpg’
   c. Each file should be titled with artist’s last name and number corresponding to
       number on image list, with “0” in front of single digit numbers (e.g. smith_01.jpg,
       smith_02.jpg, etc.). Label both the CD-R and its case or sleeve with artist’s
       name, contact information, and number of images.
   d. Do not embed images into PowerPoint
   e. Only one image per jpg; do not submit mosaics of images. More than one image
       per jpg file are not seen adequately by Selection Panel.
3. Printed, single-sided annotated image list, including:
   a. artist(s) name
   b. title of artwork or project
   c. date of artwork or project completion
   d. medium(s)


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     e.  dimensions (H x W x D)
     f.  location, if permanently sited
     g.  project budget
     h.  project description
     i.  client
     j.  for projects involving teams, integrated artwork or collaborations with architects
         or others, please specify what your contributions as the artist were.
4.   Current résumé, not to exceed four printed single-sided pages. If applying as a
     team, each team member may submit a 4-page résumé.
5.   References, on one page:
     a. list three people with whom you have worked on a art project who can describe
         your participation.
     b. include name, title, address, e-mail and current daytime telephone for each
         reference.
6.   Submissions (UPS, FedEx or Hand-delivery only)
         Ryan Johnson
         Supervisor – Accounting and Contract Administration
         Convention Center Authority
         MCC Public Art Program
         413 Fifth Avenue South
         Nashville, TN 37203
7.   Submission deadline: All submittals must be received or post marked no later than
       **** May 6, 2011 at 3:00 p.m. Central Daylight Time ****

      Proposals must be submitted in a sealed envelope. No submission
      will be accepted after deadline.

Incomplete or ineligible submissions will not be reviewed. Every effort will be made to
insure the safe handling of submitted materials; however, the Music City Center,
Convention Center Authority and Metro Nashville Arts Commission will not be
responsible for any loss or damage.

III. SELECTION PROCESS

A. Method of Source Selection and Selection Panel
Metro Arts is managing the selection process on behalf of the Convention Center
Authority.

B. Selection Panel
The Selection Panel for this project will have seven members, including at least one
visual artist, a representative of Music City Center, arts professionals, and
representatives from the community. The chairperson of the Selection Panel will be a
member of the MCC/PAC, serving as an ex-officio, non-voting panel member.




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C. Selection Process
Responses to this Request for Qualifications will be considered bids and will be
evaluated by a Selection Panel according to the project selection criteria to develop a
short list of approximately two semi-finalists per commissioned project. Semi-finalists for
commissioned projects will receive a commission of $2,500, including travel, to visit the
project site. They will then develop final proposals and present them to the selection
panel. The Selection Panel will recommend artists for award of these projects to the
MCC/PAC for their action and referral to the Convention Center Authority, for final
approval and issuance of an Intent to Award Letter based upon successful contract
negotiation. Should a successful contract negotiation not be reached in a timely
manner, the Convention Center Authority/Metro Arts reserves the right to select another
artist.

IV. RULES AND GUIDELINES

A. Conflict of Interest
Artists with conflicts of interest as outlined in the Metropolitan Government of Nashville
and Davidson County’s Public Art Guidelines are ineligible for public art commissions or
projects. Artists may reference Section VII of the Public Art Guidelines online at
www.artsnashville.org/pubartprogram/pubartguide.php.

B. Requests for Clarification of Submission
Metro Arts may check references to assist in the evaluation of any submission.

C. Submissions, RFQs and Presentation Costs
The Metropolitan Government, Convention Center Authority and Metro Arts will not be
liable in any way for any costs incurred by any artist in the preparation of its proposal in
response to this RFQ, nor for the presentation of its submission and/or participation in
any discussions.

D. Validity of Submissions
All proposals shall be valid for a period of one hundred eighty (180) days from the due
date of the Request for Qualifications.

E. Rejection of Submission
The Convention Center Authority or Metro Arts in consultation with Convention Center
Authority reserves the right to accept or reject in whole or in part any or all proposals
submitted.

F. Americans with Disabilities Act
The successful contractor (professional artist or team of professional artists) shall
assure to Convention Center Authority that all services (including but not limited to the
design services, as well as any construction, repair, or other infrastructure
improvements) made through this contract, if an award is made, shall be completed in
full compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act ("ADA") and Architectural and
Transportation Barriers Compliance Board, Federal Register 36 CFR Parts 1190 and


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1191, Accessibility Guidelines for Buildings and Facilities; Architectural Barriers Act
(ABA) Accessibility Guidelines; proposed rule published in the Federal Register on July
23, 2004, as has been adopted by Metro.

Questions, concerns, complaints, requests for accommodation, or requests for
additional information regarding the Americans with Disabilities Act may be forwarded to
ADA Compliance Coordinator:

Individuals who need auxiliary aids for effective communication in the programs,
services or activities of the Convention Center Authority are invited to make their needs
and preferences known to the ADA Compliance Coordinator. This notice can be made
available in alternative formats through the office of the ADA Compliance Coordinator,
Elisa Putman, Convention Center Authority, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. until 4:30
p.m.

G. Non-Discrimination
It is the policy of the Metropolitan Government not to discriminate on the basis of age,
race, sex, color, national origin or disability in its hiring and employment practices, or in
admission to, access to, or operation of its programs, services and activities. With
regard to all aspects of this RFQ the artist or artist team certifies and warrants it will
comply with this policy.

Notwithstanding any other provision of this RFQ no person shall be excluded from
participation in, be denied benefits of, be discriminated against in the admission or
access to, or be discriminated against in treatment or employment in Metro's contracted
programs or activities, on the grounds of handicap and/or disability, age, race, color,
religion, sex, national origin, or any other classification protected by federal or
Tennessee State Constitutional or statutory law; nor shall they be excluded from
participation in, be denied benefits of, or be otherwise subjected to discrimination in the
performance of contracts with Convention Center Authority or in the employment
practices of the Convention Center Authority’s Artists/Contractors.

Accordingly, all artists/contractors entering into contracts with Convention Center
Authority shall, upon request, be required to show proof of such nondiscrimination and
to post in conspicuous places that are available to all employees and applicants, notices
of nondiscrimination.

Further, the Convention Center Authority prohibits discrimination. It is the policy of the
Convention Center Authority that it shall not discriminate in its employment practices by
failing or refusing to hire or promote, or to discharge any individuals, because of the
individual’s race, religion, creed, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin,
color, age, and/or disability.

Inquiries concerning non-discrimination policies other than ADA compliance should be
forwarded to: Scott Black, Convention Center Authority, 413 Fifth Avenue South,
Nashville TN 37203, (615) 880-1470.


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H. Call to Artists & Presentation Costs
The Convention Center Authority will not be liable in any way for any costs incurred by
the artist in the initial response to the Request for Qualifications. The Convention Center
Authority will commission the semi-finalist artists for presentation of their proposal to the
Selection Panel.

I. Public Disclosure
All submissions are considered public and subject to review upon request only after a
successful Intent to Award Letter has been signed. Prior to a successful Intent to Award
Letter, all submissions will be kept private in order to preserve a competitive and fair
selection process.

J. Affidavit
All semi-finalists shall submit a signed affidavit regarding compliance with laws,
contingent fees and nondiscrimination. This affidavit will be distributed by Metro Arts
and must be returned to Metro Arts prior to the semi-finalists presentation to the
Selection Panel. See Exhibit A.


V. LOCATION TABLE

Commissioned Works


                       Wall Dimension     Approx. Art
                           (usable)       dimension       Not to
Loc.     Medium          (H x W x D)      (H x W x D)     Exceed
                        (V = variable)   (V = variable)
                              FT               FT

1-01        SU          50 x 18 x 120     30 x 10 x V     $150,000
1-14     L/RS/Su          42.75 x 8         33 x 6         $30,000
1-23     L/RS/Su          42.75 x 8         33 x 6         $30,000
1-36        RS            10 x 22.5         6 x 14         $50,000
       M- Design fee
3-25                      15 X 165         15' X 165'     $20,000
          overlay
3-27        Su           20 x 50 x 17    10 x 40 x 15     $90,000
7-01        Su          57.5 x 50 x 5    30 x 30 x 20     $220,000
7-03        Su           80 x 70 x 26    80 x 54 x 20     $220,000




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Acquired Works


                 Wall Dimension     Approx. Art
                     (usable)       dimension            Budget
Loc.   Medium      (H x W x D)      (H x W x D)          Range
                  (V = variable)   (V = variable)
                        FT               FT

1-02   P/RS/NM       17 x 31          6 x 15        $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
1-03   P/RS/NM       17 x 31          6 x 15        $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
1-04   P/RS/NM       17 x 31          6 x 15        $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
1-05   P/RS/NM       17 x 31          6 x 15        $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
1-06   P/RS/NM       17 x 31          6 x 15        $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
1-07   P/RS/NM       17 x 31          6 x 15        $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
1-08   P/RS/NM       17 x 31          6 x 15        $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
1-09   P/RS/NM       17 x 31          6 x 15        $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
1-10    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-11    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-12    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-13    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-15    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-16    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-17    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-18    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-19    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-20    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-21    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-22    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-24    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-25    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-26    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-27    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-28    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-29    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-30    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-31    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-32    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-33    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-34    P/WoP        10 x 15          4x6            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
1-35    P/WoP        10 x 13          6x4            $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
2-01      P          13 x 15           5x8           $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
2-02     P           15 x 23          5 x 15        $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
2-03    P/RS        14 x 13.5          7x8          $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
3-01   P/RS/NM       17 x 31          6 x 15        $ 13,500 to$ 14,750



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3-02   P/RS/NM   17 x 31   6 x 15     $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
3-03   P/RS/NM   17 x 31   6 x 15     $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
3-04   P/RS/NM   17 x 31   6 x 15     $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
3-05   P/RS/NM   17 x 31   6 x 15     $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
3-06   P/RS/NM   17 x 31   6 x 15     $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
3-07   P/RS/NM   17 x 31   6 x 15     $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
3-08   P/RS/NM   17 x 31   6 x 15     $ 13,500 to$ 14,750
3-09   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-10   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-11   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-12   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-13   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-14   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-15   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-16   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-17   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-18   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-19   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-20   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-21   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-22   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-23   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-24   P/WoP     10 x 15   4x6         $ 3,500 to$ 4,750
3-26   P/WoP     6 x 14    3x6         $ 1,500 to$ 2,750
6-01   P/WoP     13 x 12   4x3          $ 500 to$ 1,750
6-02   P/WoP     13 x 12   4x3          $ 500 to$ 1,750
6-03   P/WoP     13 x 11   4x6         $ 1,000 to$ 2,250
6-04   P/WoP     13 x 11   4x6         $ 1,000 to$ 2,250
7-02    P/RS     10 x 11   4.5 x 7     $ 8,500 to$ 9,750




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EXHIBIT A
                                         Affidavit

State of ___________________                 County of __________________________
As used herein, “Offeror” will include artists, bidders and proposers.
Compliance with Laws: After first being duly sworn according to law, the undersigned
(Affiant) states that he/she is presently in compliance with, and will continue to maintain
compliance with, all applicable laws. Thus, Affiant states that Offeror has all applicable
licenses, including business licenses, copies of which are attached hereto. Finally,
Affiant states that Offeror is current on its payment of all applicable gross receipt taxes
and personal property taxes.
Contingent Fees: In accordance with the Authority’s Procurement Policy and the
Metropolitan Government’s Procurement Code, it is a breach of ethical standards for a
person to be retained, or to retain a person, to solicit or secure a contract with the
Authority upon an agreement or understanding for a contingent commission,
percentage, or brokerage fee, except for retention of bona fide employees or bona fide
established commercial selling agencies for the purpose of securing business. After first
being duly sworn according to law, the undersigned (Affiant) states that the Offeror has
not retained anyone in violation of the foregoing.
Nondiscrimination: Affiant affirms that by its employment policy, standards and
practices it does not subscribe to any personnel policy which permits or allows for the
promotion, demotion, employment, dismissal or laying off of any individual due to race,
religion, creed, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, national origin, color, age,
and/or disability and that it is not in violation of and will not violate any applicable laws
concerning the employment of individuals with handicaps and/or disabilities. It is the
policy of the Metropolitan Government not to discriminate on the basis of age, race, sex,
color, religion, national origin or handicap and/or disability in its hiring and employment
practices, or in admission to, access to, or operation of its programs, services and
activities. Contractor certifies and warrants it will comply with this policy.
And Further Affiant Sayeth Not:
By: __________________________________
Title: _________________________________
Address: ______________________________
         ______________________________

Sworn to and subscribed before me on this ___ day of _____________, 200___.

_____________________________________
Notary Public
My commission expires: _________________ .


END OF RFQ #1-A


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