Cultural Arts

The Cultural Arts program creates an environment where artists and cultural organizations thrive by advancing and supporting the arts for the benefit of the citizens of Greenwood Village. Art and culture are integral to the livability of our community. Diverse cultural offerings play an essential part in the high quality of life in Greenwood Village and in maintaining a strong sense of civic pride. The Village’s contribution to the arts through its programs as well as ongoing collaborations with many local arts groups and individual artists makes Greenwood Village stand apart from other Colorado communities. In addition to initiating and supporting a variety of arts and culture programs, the Cultural Arts program manages the Curtis Center for the Arts bringing rotating exhibits and art classes for youth and adults, brings concerts and special events to the parks and other city venues and presents public art throughout the city.  

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Want to have a say about cultural arts programming in Greenwood Village? The Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council is seeking a Youth Member to serve on the Council. This is a great opportunity for you to help lend your input in the Village’s cultural arts programs and make a difference in your community!

The Village’s Youth At-Large must be 16 to 18 years old or a junior or senior in high school and a resident of Greenwood Village for at least one year. The preferred candidate should have an interest and/or experience in the arts. The minimum time commitment is approximately four to eight hours of evening meeting time at Arts Council meetings. The Council meetings are scheduled on the third Thursday of each month at 6pm. The Youth At-Large can begin his/her term immediately.

Interested youth can read more about the Village’s cultural arts programs online at If you have any questions, contact Chris Stevens, Cultural Arts Manager at 303-708-6110 or email: An application can be found at To apply for this open position click here. 

Westlands Park Sculptures

Once again, the Greenwood Village Arts and Humanities Council has partnered with the Museum of Outdoor Arts to bring public art to Westlands Park. This year the outdoor exhibit will feature three new works from Chicago based artist Neil Goodman. Currently a professor of art at Indiana University Northwest, Goodman's work has been featured in "Art Forum", "Art in America" "art News" and "Sculpture Magazine. Goodman’s work is not rooted in organic forms. His objects look like physical manifestations of mathematical principals, equations somehow made dimensional and wrought in metal and fiberglass. For all their weight and bulk, they have an airy purity about them, like music. To walk among them is a little like listening to a Bach Fugue. The three works, "Rudder", "Wind" and "Reach" will be on display in Westlands Park through August 2019..