Public Art

North Boulder: Broadway Corridor (Violet Ave. to US 36) Public Art Opportunity
BUDGET: $165,000 USD
DEADLINE: Thursday, October 26, 2017, 11:59 MST

The Boulder Office of Arts + Culture is seeking an artist, or artist team, for a site-specific public art commission for north Boulder to compliment reconstruction of the North Broadway corridor and visually acknowledge the NoBo Art District. This commission is open to all artists/artist teams working in all media, with a preference to local and regional artists. View complete details and apply here.

New Public Art in Boulder

Visit our most recent public art installations: Experiments in Public Art project “are you me?” by Michael Theodore and the 9th Street Underpass Mural by Michelle Miller and Madeleine Tonzi

Boulder Civic Area Public Art Updates

The Boulder Office of Arts + Culture is seeking an artist, or artist team, for a site-specific public art commission to complement the newly-reconfigured Boulder Civic Area. Click here to review the full RFQ. The application process closed on May 11, 2017.

Boulder Civic Area Semifinalists

Benjamin Ball and Gaston Nogues (Ball-Nogues Studio), Los Angeles, CA
Adam Frank, Brooklyn, NY
Adam Kuby, Portland, OR
Patrick Marold, Denver, CO
Mark Reigelman, Brooklyn, NY

Arapahoe Underpass Public Art Updates

The Boulder Office of Arts + Culture is seeking an artist, or artist team, for a site-specific public art commission to compliment the enhanced Boulder Creek Path: Arapahoe Underpass at 13thStreet. This enhanced underpass and confluence point is just one area of the 5.5-mile multi-use Boulder Creek Path in central Boulder, Colorado.

Arapahoe Underpass Semifinalists

Jeanine Centuori and Russell Rock of Urban Rock Design, Los Angeles, CA
Mike Cody and Mike Juarez of Mike Squared Mosaics, Westminster, CO
Erin O’Brien of Audio Pixel, Pinecliffe, CO
Michelle Sparks, Boulder, CO
Andy Yoder, Falls Church, VA

 

 

Boulder’s public art program is guided by the community’s priority to “Focus on the expression of culture and creativity in the public realm through public art, the urban landscape, culture in the neighborhoods, and serendipitous encounters with the arts”

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