BOSTON (WHDH) - The new apartment complex DotBlock is looking for 30 ready-made and commissioned pieces to decorate the interior of the building, the Dorchester Art Project announced in an Instagram post.

The apartment building on Dorchester Avenue is looking for pieces to decorate the inside the building including hallways and other common spaces. The organization said it’s looking for art that “celebrate[s] local artists and creators and capture[s] the spirit of Dorchester culture and makership.”

Artists interested in applying are encouraged to review the creative brief before completing an application form which is due on October 5 at 11:59 p.m.

DotBlock, which was approved in 2016, will have a total of 480 units, an increase from the original 362, according to the Dorchester Reporter. The first phase of construction is set for spring 2023, which is when half of the units are expected to be occupancy-ready. There is no target date for the second phase.

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