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Call for entry:

Aurora Colorado's Art in Public Places (AIPP) Loaned Art Program


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Aurora, Colorado's Art in Public Places (AIPP) program is looking for artists with existing work to exhibit in the city. The work will be displayed for 2-3 months. Currently the two exhibit locations, MLK Jr. Library and Tallyn's Reach Library can only accommodate 2-Dimensional or low profiled sculptural works of art, that are meant to be hung on a wall. These two locations are smaller in size, MLK Jr. can display 3-6 pieces while Tallyn's Reach can display 4-10 pieces depending on size of work. Preference is given to artists residing or working within the city of Aurora, and other individuals and organizations are also welcome to propose the loan of their artwork. All work should be deemed safe and subject matter MUST be appropriate for families and people of all ages.

This call is for the year 2022. 
Submission Deadline: October 12, 2021

Items required for an application to be reviewed are a short biography, images of work or a link to a website or an instagram account showing work relevant to the exhibit, and description of the work. Applications MUST be made through AIPP staff to use the display areas. Contact Tony Nguyen, Public Art Assistant, at tmnguyen@auroragov.org


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