New work! George Reynolds Library Mural
Local artist Marco Antonio Garcia’s mural is complete at the George Reynolds Branch Library! Marco is a self-taught artist who is rooted in his Mexican Culture and inspired by the detailed paintings of the Alebrije wooden mythical animals that were popularized in Mexico in the ’70s and ’80s, Ancient Mayan Art, and famous Mexican artists including Rufino Tamayo, Francisco Toledo and Diego Rivera among many others. The mural features colorful patterns and animals to accompany the children’s reading area at the library.
2020-2022 Public Art Implementation Plan
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Office of Arts + Culture Events
- Accessible Signage Framework
The City of Boulder Office of Arts + Culture Public Art Program’s Accessible Signage Framework is rooted in the Community Cultural Plan and adopted by the Arts Commission in 2021. It recommends a uniform approach to signage, making it easier for all viewers to access works of public art in Boulder.
- Art in Parking Garages Proposal
Parking structures are typically the first and last encounters that visitors experience in a city. Research shows that people recall best the ending and beginning of an experience better than anything that happened in the middle. In 2017, the Office of Arts + Culture partnered with consultants and community members to inform the recommendations found in the Art in Parking Garages plan.