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Help make ArtLine even better

What do you think about the 40 West ArtLine in its inaugural year and how could it be even better next year? Tell us your thoughts in a brief survey at 40WestArtLine.org, and you’ll be entered in a drawing for an ArtLine T-shirt and water bottle.

If you’ve seen the green line on sidewalks and along streets in northeast Lakewood, you’ve discovered the ArtLine, a four-mile long walking and biking free outdoor gallery with more than 70 pieces of public art. Located in the heart of the state certified 40 West Arts Creative District along historic West Colfax Avenue and the W light rail line, the ArtLine connects city parks, historic neighborhoods, creative businesses and galleries with artwork that ranges from large, iconic dinosaur-inspired sculptures to playful, interactive game murals on the ground.

Tell us what type of art you want to see more of in 2019 and let us know how you want to see that art –organized bike rides, free yoga events, pop-up parties, handstand walking contests on the green line. You get the idea. The sky’s the limit, so let us know what you want by Dec. 31.

Explore the 40 Things to Find + Do on the 40 West ArtLine map. All the major ArtLine sculptures have recently installed art plaques that provide more information about the artist and title of the artwork.

Visit the newly updated ArtLine art page at 40WestArtLine.org/art to see images of each art installation along the route and read statements from each of the artists to get a much deeper understanding of the stories behind each work of art.


About 40 West ArtLine
The 40 West ArtLine is the realization of the community’s idea to connect people and places through an interactive walking and biking art experience. It enhances the area’s recreational and cultural assets, and it was partially funded through an Our Town Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts, with support from the City of Lakewood, 40 West Arts, Lakewood West Colfax Business Improvement District and other community partners.


Posted on: Wednesday, November 28, 2018