Public Art in Arvada

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Photo Credit Alex Flores,  "Play me i'm Yours"

In 2018, the City of Arvada's Arts & Culture Commission adopted the Arvada Cultural Master Plan, setting a vision for future investments in arts and culture and creating a stage to explore Arvada's arts and culture identity. Since that time, the commission has successfully brought a number of public art exhibits to the Arvada community, including Utility Box Art in Olde Town (pictured right), the LandMark Outdoor Art Exhibit in various Arvada parks, Point Gate at Hoskinson Park, the Babe Walls mural festival along the Lamar Street Underpass, Art Drop in the Park and a short story dispenser currently located at Hunter Bay Coffee Roaster in Olde Town.

We continue to invite community feedback to help guide future public art projects in Arvada. Please take our short survey and let us know what types of public art you like best! Thank you for participating and helping make Arvada artful!

In 2018, the City of Arvada's Arts & Culture Commission adopted the Arvada Cultural Master Plan, setting a vision for future investments in arts and culture and creating a stage to explore Arvada's arts and culture identity. Since that time, the commission has successfully brought a number of public art exhibits to the Arvada community, including Utility Box Art in Olde Town (pictured right), the LandMark Outdoor Art Exhibit in various Arvada parks, Point Gate at Hoskinson Park, the Babe Walls mural festival along the Lamar Street Underpass, Art Drop in the Park and a short story dispenser currently located at Hunter Bay Coffee Roaster in Olde Town.

We continue to invite community feedback to help guide future public art projects in Arvada. Please take our short survey and let us know what types of public art you like best! Thank you for participating and helping make Arvada artful!

Page last updated: 10 September 2021, 09:10