AIPP: Art on the Move

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Art on the Move 2017 - 2018

Every year since 2005, Art in Public Places has exhibited between three and 10 works of art by Colorado artists in various locations throughout the City as part of the Art on the Move program. Each artist receives a small stipend for their work, and Longmont residents and visitors of Longmont get to see new artworks each year!

Art on the Move 2018-2019 Call to Artists will be open on/around December 15, 2017. Submission deadline: February 2, 2018. Call to Artists 2018-2019

During summer months, inquire about StART walking/biking tours that visit each of the artworks!

These sculptures will be returned to the artists in June, 2018 and new ones will come in their places.

Felicia -small
Felicia, Pavia Justinian, St. Stephen's Plaza
2017 Commissioner's Choice award winner ***

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Space Moon, Reven Swanson; St. Stephen’s Plaza

PrincessAyer - small
Princess Ayer, Victoria Patti, Coffman Street at 4th Avenue
2017 People's Choice Best New Artist Award winner***

Balancing Act, Robert Howard, Main St. at 300 block (Eastside) breezeway

Fear and Love, Joe Norman, Waste Diversion Center (140 Martin Street)


Toolman, Justin Deister, 200 block Main Street, East side


Meditation Bench, Victoria Patti, 500 block breezeway, West side

bear. mcdonald
Ursa Major, Parker McDonald, 500 block Main Street, West side
People's choice award 2017***

Puppy love - small
Puppy Love, Janene DiRico-Cable, 400 block Main Street, West side

Mortoeatus, Richard Merteneit, St. Stephen's Plaza

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