Dumpsters covered in colorful murals, pictorial crosswalks painted across a busy city street and tree trunks transformed into music boxes. These are examples of public art pieces you may have noticed in Denver, each made possible by a citywide pilot program called P.S. You Are Here.
Denver Arts & Venues, the city agency in charge of many public venues and cultural activities, grants funds to new projects every year. They must be outdoors, reflect the community and be temporary. This art disappears, typically within three months to a year.
Stephanie Wolf is Colorado Public Radio's arts and culture reporter. Stephanie was a professional ballet dancer who started at CPR in 2013 producing content focused on Colorado's vibrant arts and culture scene.
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