Beyond the commissioned piece, the gallery will feature the work of the artists living at Enterprise Center’s Enso Flats apartments, an artists’ community of live-work apartments at the 3.2-acre development. Ten artists have already been selected through an application process to live at Enso Flats, 42 open-concept apartments with abundant natural light so that artists and their families can live and pursue their craft.
Trinity hopes to select an artist to create the permanent art piece in September. Five to ten artists will be selected to develop proposals for the permanent art piece, which is expected to incorporate attributes of Brockton’s historic character and culture. The proposals will be displayed at the 5th Annual Downtown Brockton Arts & Music Festival on August 29, 2015.
Trinity, which has developed dozens of urban properties throughout Massachusetts, is working to complete the first phase of Enterprise Center, which will include 52,000 square feet of commercial/office space, 10,000 square feet of retail and 113 one-, two- and three-bedroom residential units.
For more details about Enso Flats and the call for artists, click here.