Public Art

Windsor Arts Commission

The Windsor Arts Commission is group of Windsor community members selected by the Town Board to govern the Windsor Community Art Program. The Windsor Arts Commission is responsible for selecting all locations, artists and public art installed in Windsor. 

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2023 Art LIVE! Schedule

This event series brings local artists to Windsor to demonstrate their creative processes in real time. Join us at some of Windsor's community events.

Use our online submission form if you or someone you know is a local artist who wants to participate in Art LIVE!

June 10 - Windsor Community Volunteer Day at Eastman Park

Join us for a day of volunteer service at Eastman Park including the completion of a community mural at the skate park! Sign up to volunteer at this event!

9:00 a.m. - 2:30 p.m.
Eastman Park Skate Park

July 8 - Young at Art Family Opening Party

The summer exhibition at the Art & Heritage Center is all about art! Join the family-friendly opening party and see a live artist in action!

10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m.
Art & Heritage Center

July 27 - Summer Concert

Come see an artist complete a piece while enjoying some live music from Stumble Monkey!

5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Boardwalk Park

August 17 - Summer Concert

Come see an artist complete a piece while enjoying some live music from the 5280s Band!

5:30 - 8:30 p.m.
Boardwalk Park

September 3 - Harvest Festival

Join us at Main Park during Windsor's largest community event to see an artist showcase their talent live!

9:00 a.m. - 1:00 p.m.
Main Park Gazebo

Current Public Art Opportunities

Windsor Arts Commission is currently looking for artists to participate in the Art LIVE! event series. Apply online using our digital form!

The Town of Windsor is looking for an artist to complete the Town's first large-scale sculpture commission to be located at the future Historic Halfway Homestead. To learn more about this monumental project and submit a proposal, see our post on CaFE.

Growing Public Art Collection

Windsor Arts Commission is happy to present their first two mural projects!

You can find murals on the exterior of the 408 Exchange Tavern at 408 Main Street and inside the Community Recreation Center at 250 N 11th Street.

Interactive Photo of 408 Exchange Mural

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Public Art Master Plan

In 2020, the Windsor Culture Division partnered with students and staff from Colorado University Denver’s Colorado Center for Community Development and the Department of Local Affairs to create a Public Art Master Plan to determine what types of art and what locations are most desired by our community. In June 2021, Windsor’s Town Board adopted a public art ordinance, paving the way for the Windsor Arts Commission. The Master Plan is the roadmap that Windsor Arts Commission uses when making decision regarding community artworks.