Public Art in Lowry
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Public Art

Enhancing Lowry's Community Spaces

From the practical to the whimsical, public art energizes and harmonizes the spaces where Lowry lives, works and plays and highlights Lowry's history.

The art in Lowry has been funded through legislatively defined contributions by the Denver Urban Renewal Authority and through the generous donations of the Lowry Foundation, Lowry Redevelopment Authority, Lowry Community Master Association, and private citizens, such as the Borden and Laugesen families.

Three pieces of public art have been recently installed: “Aspens and Moon,” located on the hillside of Tailwind Park; "Shade Structures," part of Hangar 2's new development, and  "Little Free Library Hangar 3", appropriately situated in the middle of the Reading Garden.

You can become a part of Lowry's public art by donating a "book spine" in the Reading Garden; proceeds benefit the Lowry Foundation, the non-profit organization that maintains and safeguards Lowry's art and history.  The book spines are engraved granite panels installed along the wall in the Reading Garden so that they look like books on a shelf.  Many Lowry residents have dedicated book spines of loved ones' favorite literary works.  To learn more about the "Stories Behind the Spines" and to order a book spine, go to the Lowry Foundation's Reading Garden page on the our website.

You can find information about all of Lowry's Public Art on our website in the Neighborhood Directory.  Take a look at all the Public Art in Lowry on our map.

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Save The Date:  District 6 Town Hall - March 14th


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Our mailing address is: Lowry Community Master Association c/o MSI 11002 Benton St. Westminster, CO 80020-3200
Executive Director:  Mary Carr, LCMA Phone:  720-583-5262 email:

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