Denver Arts & Venues is dedicated to strengthening the overall health, vitality, growth and development of Denver’s diverse and robust creative economy, including artists and culture bearers, non- and for-profit businesses including those in the music, film, fine art, performance art, design and fashion industries.
Below is our list of current opportunities – continue to check back for updates:
Public Art Commissions
The Denver Public Art program works extensively with regional, national and international artists and artist studios, as well as fabricators, engineers, photographers and consultants.
"Masks of Africa" Submissions
Denver Arts & Venues invites contemporary artists to submit their proposals for new works or existing arts to be considered for exhibit as modern counterparts to the historical pieces in “Masks of Africa.” If selected, these works will be showcased as companions to the traditional masks on display.
Equity in Arts Learning for Colorado Youth
Equity in Arts Learning for Colorado Youth (EAL) seeks to increase access to arts education for historically marginalized youth. This grant is administered by Think 360 Arts with additional support from the Bonfils-Stanton Foundation, the Gates Foundation, Colorado Creative Industries and The Denver Foundation.
Five Points Jazz Festival Performer Application
Denver Arts & Venues is excited to announce the 21st annual Five Points Jazz Festival on Saturday, June 8, and is now accepting applications for 2024 performers.