2022-2024 Art 2 C On Havana Street – public art sculptures in Aurora, CO

May 9th, 2023

Did you know you could find public art @onhavanastreet? In partnership with Aurora’s Art in Public Places Program, the Havana Business Improvement District showcases a sculpture exhibition every two years at 12 locations along the corridor.

These current works of art are on display until Sept. 2024 and can be found between East First Ave and East Yale Avenue.

See details on each piece and where to find it 👇🏽for a self-guided tour!

🖼️ “Wild Ones” by Gregory Fields

📍Concorde Career College – 111 Havana St

🖼️”F4U Chrome Corsair” by Robert Henderson

📍Havana Machine 800 S Havana St.

🖼️”Dark Side of the Harlequin Moon” by Annette Coleman

📍Shortline Buick GMC – 1301 S Havana St.

🖼️”Terra Rinata” by Sean Yarbrough

📍Havana Tower – 1450 S Havana St.

🖼️”Sky Spirits #1” by Christopher Thomson

📍Bella Vita: Active Senior Living- 1470 S Havana St.

🖼️”Bloom” by Kasia Polkowska

📍Gardens on Havana – Main St

🖼️”Snowy Owl” by Stephen Landis

📍Mazal Motors – 1852 S Havana St.

🖼️”Ichthyology” by Charlotte Zink

📍Piramides – 1911 S Havana St.

🖼️”Change” by Charlotte Zink

📍M Mart – 2000 S Havana St.

🖼️”Kou-Prey” by Vanny Channal

📍Stampede – 2430 S Havana St.

🖼️”Taffeta” by Reven Swanson

📍Kum & Go – 2700 S Havana St.

🖼️”Helix Harmony” by Sean Yarbrough 📍Havana Exchange – 2802 S Havana St

Check Out the Newest Art2C Sculptures On Havana

11th Biennial Art 2C On Havana Street 2022-2024

The City of Aurora Art in Public Places Program (AIPP) and the Havana Business Improvement District (Havana BID) host an outdoor sculpture program and exhibition On Havana Street in Aurora, CO, for two years. The exhibit was scheduled to have all the 12 sculptures installed by October 25, 2022.

About Art 2C On Havana Street and Aurora Art in Public Places

On Havana Street and the City of Aurora’s Art in Public Places program are proud to partner to bring the Eleventh Biennial Art 2C On Havana Street. This highly successful and anticipated exhibition brings twelve temporary sculptures to the business district where they remain for two years. The exhibition provides residents and visitors with a unique way to experience the Business District. Public art such as this boosts real estate values and creates opportunities for local businesses to thrive while also providing sculptors with opportunities to share their work, gain recognition for the quality of their work, and compete for cash awards.

The City of Aurora Art in Public Places program has made it possible for locally and nationally renowned artists to enhance the city’s public spaces with works of art ranging from indoor wall hangings to monumental outdoor sculptures, and architecturally integrated works. The collection includes about 300 pieces valued at approximately $4 million, creating cultural landmarks that serve as a cornerstone of the city’s identity.

The Art in Public Places program is governed by a nine-member, Aurora City Council-appointed commission. The mission of the Art in Public Places Commission is to capture the pulse of the community by contributing to neighborhood development and economic vitality, and by engaging the many voices of Aurora through art and culture.