Norwegian Cruise Line Holdings Ltd. Announces Collaboration with Nader Museum with Launch of First Annual Call to Artists
Seeking Local South Florida Artists to Create Original Artwork for Mural at Company’s
Winner to Receive
The Company is calling all emerging and established
“Miami has served as the home and backdrop for
The selected artwork will be painted on a 126-feet tall by 62-feet wide wall and will be featured on the mural for one year on the west side of the new terminal’s north façade which faces the much-traveled MacArthur Causeway. This unique mural will be seen by the over 1.2 million guests expected to pass through the terminal, the millions of passengers that arrive or depart from PortMiami and the thousands of daily commuters and tourists that use the world-famous MacArthur Causeway.
The contest begins today and ends on
At nearly 166,500 square feet, the new
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