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Public Art Guide

“Ascentiate”“Aspire”“Coalescence”“First Response”“Lenticular Dreams”“Martin Luther King Jr.““Renewal”“Revival"

“Ascentiate” , 2018, Douwe Blumberg, Aurora Municipal Center Water-Wise Garden, 15151 E. Alameda Pkwy

“Aspire”, 2019, David Griggs and Scott Parsons, Central Recreation Center, 18150 E. Vassar Place

“Coalescence”, 2017, Bimmer T., 1521 Dayton St

“First Response”, 2019, John King, Fire Station #15, 1880 S. Flatrock Tr

“Lenticular Dreams”, 2018, Reven Marie Swanson, Nome Park, 1200 Nome St.

“Martin Luther King Jr.“, 2015, Jeff Hall, MLK Jr. Library, 9898 E. Colfax Ave.

“Renewal”, 2019, Christopher Weed, Fire Station #16, 6500 N. Liverpool St.

“Revival", 2019, Mural, Yulia Avgustinovich. Aurora Fox Arts Center, 9900 E. Colfax Ave.

AIPP tour guide

The resource book developed by AIPP staff includes Aurora Public Library staff insights and provides access to library collections and information via QR codes. This guide intends to serve as an educational resource guide and connect our community through the perspective of public art. 
Download the resource guide and explore the Charles Burrell Visual and Performing Arts Tour.

Aurora Art in Public Places Collection Guide

Aurora's 240 city-owned public artworks are located throughout the city in facilities such as fire stations, recreation centers and libraries; in the Aurora Cultural Arts District; and in parks and open spaces.

Download the guide and explore the collection.

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Self-Guided Tour

On your own time any day of the week!

Please enjoy the 10th exhibit of Art 2C On Havana. A collaboration of On Havana Street and the city of Aurora's Art in Public Places program. This exhibit is on display now through mid-September.

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