About Loveland’s Art in Public Places

A community’s greatest gift is the evolving history of its people, their stories, their symbols, their enduring traditions. This community’s history is cast in bronze, in brilliant pigments, in images on film, in subtle fibers. The people of Loveland have enthusiastically embraced the arts and skillfully woven them into their daily lives, truly making Loveland A Work of Art.

History of Loveland’s Art in Public Places Program

Visual Arts Commission
The Visual Arts  Commission is a nine-member City Council appointed board responsible for the acquisition, display and maintenance of artwork within the City’s collection.   Meetings are held on the first Thursday of each month at 5 pm at the Loveland Museum (503 N. Lincoln Avenue)

Abbie Powers, Chair
Angela Brill
Blas Estrada
Bruce Gueswel
Greg Hoff
Maryjo Morgan
Margaret Rosborough
Sara Turner
Jade Windell
Phyllis Moore, Alternate

Council Liaison: Councilwoman Kathi Wright
Staff Liaisons: Susan Ison and Suzanne Janssen



AIPP Handbook of Guidelines

City Ordinance: Establishment of Visual Arts Commission
Chapter 12.60 – Art in Public Places
Ordinance No 3214: Defining Terms for Art in Public Places

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