The DIA Art and Culture Program is a collaboration between Denver International Airport, the City of Denver, and arts organizations and creative professionals throughout the region. The program produces and promotes new artworks, exhibitions, cultural events and design projects that are unique to the airport setting – enriching the experience of people using the airport and supporting the region’s creative economy.
It is the vision of the DIA Art and Culture Program to:
- Offer acclaimed public art and cultural programming, always fresh and exciting, always of the highest caliber.
- Make the creative energy and cultural legacy of the Rocky Mountain Front Range region palpable to anyone who visits the airport.
- Create a cultural experience that engages airport users, attracts audiences from the surrounding area, and wins recognition in the world beyond.
For information about public art opportunities at Denver International Airport, please visit the Art and Culture Program Web page on DIA Business Center site.
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