The artwork has been vandalized at least "half a dozen times," says Conservancy Executive Director Scott Robson, but now it is a "complete loss."
Things are constantly happening to public art: something gets tagged with graffiti, hit by a car or a lightbulb burns out.
Boulder’s latest work in its experimental public art series comes from New York City artist Mary Mattingly.
Lawrence Argent thought his sculpture would get mixed reviews. Instead, it's turned into a signature work of art in Denver.
The Denver painting depicts 12 diverse faces. Artist Emanuel Martinez hopes it inspires people to come together.
Many Denver-area arts organizations that periodically open their doors for free say they’re able to do so because of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. How true is that?
Here’s the most recent breakdown of which Denver metro organizations received public funding from the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District.
The Colorado Business Committee for the Arts’ study also points to a rise in jobs at arts organizations but a slight drop in economic activity.
You’ve probably been to one of the many organizations supported by the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District. Voters will soon decide whether to renew the cultural tax.
Sean O’Meallie’s “Poly Poly” sculpture represents an artistic community that wants to build its cultural profile.