The City of Englewood places an emphasis on the arts and encourages the display of public art throughout the community.
Cultural Arts Commission - Englewood's Cultural Arts Commission is a citizen-based group focused on development of cultural arts activities and implementation of an arts plan for the community.
Public Art - Englewood's "Art in Public Places" program allocates one percent of the City's Capital Improvement Budget for public artwork. In addition, the City adopted a plan to place artwork at Englewood's key entry points. Virere by Lawrence Argent, is located near the northern boundary on Broadway at Yale Avenue. When future funding allows, additional sculptures will be placed at other entrypoints on major thoroughfares.
Student Art - The City of Englewood produces an annual calendar that showcases student art. The Library also hosts the annual Englewood School District Art Show, with artwork created by students from Englewood Schools.
Museum of Outdoor Arts - The Museum of Outdoor Arts (MOA) is located in the Englewood Civic Center. Several pieces of MOA's outdoor art collection are exhibited in the Civic Center and CityCenter Englewood. MOA's gallery also hosts rotating exhibits. Visit MOA's Web site (outside link) for more information.
art shuttle - Englewood's free circulator shuttle is accompanied by an innovative public art project that places sculptures at most of the shuttle stops. The artwork is offered for sale, and the City will keep a portion of the proceeds from any sales.
CityCenter Englewood - The arts also play a role at some of the businesses located at CityCenter Englewood, including Wal-Mart and the Alexan.
Hampden Hall at Englewood Civic Center - Hampden Hall provides performance space for musical and theatrical productions and other cultural events.