Public Art in Commerce City
Public art in Commerce City is administered by the Commerce City Cultural Council.
City art reflects community values and is for community members and visitors to enjoy. The art serves as a source of celebration and prompts new ways of inspiring conversations and reflection amongst the community.
The goal of public art is to generate community pride and contribute to the vitality of the community by enhancing the quality of life.
Learn more reading the Cultural Council’s Public Art Master Plan.
Art Exhibition Program
The city hosts rotating art exhibitions at its two recreation centers. Temporary public art exhibits celebrate the work of artists (emerging and established) who reside and/or work in Commerce City and wish for more exposure and audiences.
Learn more about the Art Exhibition Program
Call for Artists
No call for artists at this time.
Be a Part of the Action
Celebrate and protect our remarkable public art and cultural assets by reporting decay or vandalism. Report concerns about public artwork marked City of Commerce City. Contact Daniela Villarreal using the contact information below.
On January 5, 2015, city council passed Ordinance 2037. The ordinance requires every capital improvement project to set aside 1% of funds for the creation of public art to be placed at the project site or at any site that qualifies for a display of public art.
Questions? Contact Daniela Villarreal at email@example.com or 303-227-8832.