Updates & Opportunities


Join us for a Guided Tour and Soiree to Celebrate New Public Art!

On Friday, Nov. 2, 2018 the Office of Arts and Culture will host a gathering at Elks Park (3995 28th St. Boulder, CO) to dedicate a new sculpture installation by Erick Johnson and commemorate ten new murals recently installed throughout Boulder as part of the Creative Neighborhoods Mural Program. Meet the artists behind the creativity! Click for more details about the event.



SPOTLIGHT: Mary Mattingly’s “Experiments in Public Art” project, Everything At Once, was one of 49 projects honored by Americans for the Arts (AFTA) as an outstanding 2017 public art project through the Public Art Network Year in Review program, the only national program that specifically recognizes the most compelling public art. Learn more about AFTA’s Year in Review here.


Public Art Town Hall

If you missed the Public Art Town Hall, click here to view the presentation and send us your thoughts. Fill out this form with your feedback and email it to publicart@bouldercolorado.gov.





Mural Opportunities

Interested in commissioning a mural for your property? Our mural artist roster may a be a resource to help find a professional artist working in the region!



Become a Panelist

Send your resume and a letter of interest to publicart@bouldercolorado.gov if you’re interested in serving in an upcoming public art selection panel.



 Office of Arts + Culture Events

Stay connected! Sign up for our bi-weekly newsletter and visit our events page often to learn about arts and cultural events in the community.




  • Sample Public Art Contract
  • Free paint! Boulder County Hazardous Materials Program has free paint available to the community, and could be a great resource if you are interested in painting a mural. Visit the website, or contact Shelly at 720-564-2243.