Boise Parks and Recreation and the Arts and History Department of the City of Boise, Idaho, invited artists to submit an application to be selected for the design, fabrication and installation of $40,000 public art project as part of the new Cancer Survivor Plaza being developed in the east end of Julia Davis Park in Boise, Idaho. The art will be a kinetic wind sculpture that compliments the bronze work provided by the R & A Bloch Foundation entitled “Cancer….There’s Hope” by Victor Salmones. A selection panel of citizens chose three finalists, whose proposals are on public view to receive public comment before the panel selects the final artwork to commission. All public comments will be provided to the selection panel before decisions are made. Please share your comments here or visit Boise City Hall.