Public Art Opportunities

High Line Canal Trail, at Hampden Ave. & Colorado Blvd. Sendero del Canal “High Line” en Hampden Ave. y Colorado Blvd. expand to show Mural Definition Policy
Denver Homeless Shelter, 4330 E. 48th Ave. Albergue de Emergencia para Desamparados de Denver, 4330 East 48th Ave. expand to show Mural Definition Policy
Hadley Library, 1890 S. Grove St. Hadley Library, 1890 S. Grove St. expand to show Mural Definition Policy
Please check back for more Denver Public Art opportunities. Por favor, visite este sitio con frecuencia para informarse de otras oportunidades de Arte Público en Denver. expand to show Mural Definition Policy

APPLY FOR COMMISSIONS

If you are an artist seeking a commission to create a piece of public art in Denver, we want to hear from you. Please email Michael.Chavez@denvergov.org for information on program guidelines, selection processes and deaccession and relocation guidelines. If you would like to apply for a commission, create an account on CafE (Call for Entry).

PUBLIC ART PROGRAM GUIDELINES FOR CITY MANAGERS

Denver Arts & Venues oversees the Public Art program and guides all activities. The guidelines below are intended to clarify public art procedures and answer questions Capital Improvement Project Managers and other City employees may have regarding the program. Contact Public Art Program Manager, Michael Chavez at Michael.Chavez@denvergov.org or 720-865-5561.