Thank you for your interest in Denver Public Art.
Your art, for good.
Denver Public Art, which manages more than 400 pieces of art across Denver, the Denver Public Art Tour program, and Urban Arts Fund: Engage, is operated by Denver Arts & Venues. This unique City agency uses proceeds from events at Red Rocks Amphitheatre, Denver Performing Arts Complex, Colorado Convention Center, Denver Coliseum and McNichols Civic Center Building— not government funding — to operate its programs. Ticket and venue fees, sponsorships, venue rentals, concessions and parking are also paid forward and used to further enrich Denver’s art community and provide access to art for all through free community and cultural events, grants for artists and arts organizations, public art, and art education. Every good time at one of Denver’s venues promotes thriving communities, enriches Denver through arts and culture, and helps bring the Denver Public Art experience to you — using Good Times, For Good, for years to come.
If you are an artist interested in commissions, please be sure to visit DenverPublicArt.org/for-artists/#opportunities for a list of all of our open calls for proposals.
To report damage or graffiti on a piece of artwork, please complete this form.
For Colorado Open Records Act (CORA) requests, please visit ArtsandVenues.com.