Residents

Public Art

In Balance – Artist Unknown, Donated 2014Program Purpose 

The purpose of the Lone Tree Public Art Program is to stimulate, enhance, expand and enrich awareness about the arts in the community by encouraging a variety of public art within the City.


The program is intended to:
  • Contribute to civic pride in our community

  • Enrich the environment through visual arts

  • Increase public access to works of art

  • Promote art awareness

A unique characteristic of public art is its constant availability to all residents and visitors to enjoy at their leisure. 

View public art and its Lone Tree location at: Public Art in Lone Tree.

Call for Public Art
The Lone Tree Art Center (LTAC) seeks sculptors who have available works appropriate for an exterior location at the LTAC for a period of one year. Submissions must be received on Café by Wednesday, April 4, 2018 at 5pm. Selections will be made and announced on April 11. Artwork should ready to be installed in May 2018. The foundation for your work, if you are selected, will be provided by the City of Lone Tree, a Home Rule Charter City and political subdivision of the State of Colorado.

Current Projects 
Douglas County Art Encounters is an annual outdoor sculpture exhibit that showcases local artists and a variety of sculptures in highly visible areas in Lone Tree, Parker, Highlands Ranch and Castle Rock. The project is designed to promote public interest in art, develop community pride and draw visitors to Douglas County. The public is invited to view the art in the program and vote for your favorite piece. View sculptures installed in Lone Tree. Artists are encouraged to submit entries in January of each year.


 

 

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