Green Bay is inviting artists to express their creativity on several pyramids in the city.
Eight-foot tall plywood pyramids are going to start popping up in Green Bay.
There will be five of these appearing in the next month, with the goal of doubling that number shortly afterward.
And there is a cash incentive for helping them find some color.
There’s a call out for artists to pitch their design ideas, and if the Public Arts Commission approves, you will get a check for $350 you are free to use.
The commission believes art projects play a strong role in binding the community.
“They want to see what’s happening in the community around them,” said Laura Schley, Public Arts Coordinator for Green Bay. “Are there things they can do at night? Are there activities for them and their families to go to. So, public art is one of those ways to help draw in people and help retain our community.”