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September 5, 2019
Colorado Public Radio: Public Art is Having a Moment in Colorado


2019 CAPS Accomplishments!

worked with consulting firm Happy City to create a master plan

Initiated 2 brand new community events

1. The Main Event: Superior Spectacular

2. Superior Shindig

Booth at 4th of July

We watched our first piece of commissioned art in over a decade get installed

Organized and facilitated a Meet the Artist party

Public engagement at Chilifest & Shindig

Started the Very Prairie Dog Pop-Up community activity and ran the activity at the Main Event and Shindig

Worked on the Bus Stop project

Began work with icon-poly to create the fiberglass pdogs

Twice monthly meetings and various sub-committee side meetings

Ran final community engagement for Happy City complete with interactive art activities, food and festivity!

Placemaking is the great leveler; it doesn’t matter one’s background, all can enjoy and benefit from it.


“Don’t think about making art, just get it done. Let everyone else decide if it’s good or bad, whether they love it or hate it. While they are deciding, make even more art.”

Andy Warhol

The committee’s focus is to envision and create engaging arts and cultural experiences, inspired public spaces, opportunities to build community and to advise the Board on such.

The committee will also work with the Board by advising on the selection of future art installations and providing feedback on artistic and cultural developments within the Town.

The Town Board of Trustees at their regular meeting on December 12, 2016 announced the appointment of the Cultural Arts and Public Spaces Advisory Committee (CAPS).

We meet on the fourth Thursday of each month at Superior Town Hall Board Room.
124 E. Coal Creek Drive,Superior, CO 80027

Visit here to find out more about CAPS.