The city is looking for an artist or team of artist with experience in large-scale public art installations. Specifically, they are seeking artists who have experience with murals. Binghamton Mayor Rich David called the space a “giant canvas.” BINGHAMTON (WBNG) — The city of Binghamton is looking for a professional artist or artists for a mural to be featured outside of the 7 Hawley St. parking garage. If you are interested in filling the position, you should email a one-page statement of interest and examples of previous mural projects to [email protected] The deadline to submit your statement is Sept. 18. Large-scale art installations can transform urban environments and make for vibrant public spaces,” David said. “These grey concrete walls need some color, which provides a great opportunity for local artists to get involved in one of the largest and most visible public art projects in recent memory.” Questions should be directed to the mayor’s office. Qualified artists will be hired following input from the city’s commission on architecture and Urban Design and the local arts community. The mural is scheduled to be installed in the spring of 2021.