The City of Arvada owns hundreds of pieces of art. One of the main responsibilities of the Arvada Arts and Culture Commission is to catalog and maintain these pieces so that they may be enjoyed long into the future. The Commission will also be exploring ways to expand the City's collection of public art.
In addition to the following "Spotlights on Public Art," learn about the Arvada Box Art Project.
Spotlights on Public Art
LandMark Environmental Art Exhibit - Coming April 2021
This outdoor exhibition features the work of 14 accomplished regional and local Colorado artists. Each public artwork addresses the environment or sense of place— In a time that is marked by widespread isolation, these works are a direct connection between artists and people, fostering a sense of discovery, community, and environmental awareness.
For more information and to see upcoming events, visit the exhibit website http://www.landmarkexhibit.org and Instagram @landmarkexhibit. Share your visit online using #landmarkexhibit
Participating Artists: Mindy Bray,* Mark Bueno, Brandon Bullard,* Corrina Espinosa,* Judy Gardner, Nathan Hall, Emily Grace King,* Jesse Mathes,* Patrick Marold,* Patrick Maxcy, Collin Parson,* Nikki Pike,* Yoshitomo Saito
Artists will be unveiling their work on environmental awareness days:
Earth Day, 4/22: Judy Gardner, Nathan Hall, Patrick Maxcy, and Yoshitomo Saito
*Additional opening days will be announced
This exhibit is a temporary, public outdoor exhibition curated by Kalliopi Monoyios and Anna Kaye on view through April 22, 2024.
- by Vibrant Community and Neighborhoods & Parks, Golf and Hospitality