Taking a Closer Look at the Importance of Your Art Vision

We spend a lot of time talking with our clients about the importance of vision when crafting an art program.

A strong vision gives art purpose and meaning. It guides our art consultants and curators in creating memorable experiences that say something about who you are and what matters to you and your customers, guests, residents or visitors.

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Good Art is Good Business

Examining the State of the Art Consulting & Curating Business

Over the course of the nine-plus years we have worked with clients to create meaningful art experiences, the tone and conversation that surrounds art has shifted.

Not that long ago, businesses were applauded for simply including art in their project. Today, many of our clients have formed a new appreciation for the power of art, considering its impact on the experience of a space much earlier in the development process and working closely with NINE dot ARTS consultants and curators to create an expression of their vision, their values and their brand narrative.

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Curator Conversations: Grant Adams

As NINE dot ARTS’ fourth employee, Grant Adams has seen, heard, and curated it all. Since joining NINE dot ARTS as an arts administrator in 2011, he’s evolved into a senior member of our curating team, overseeing projects for healthcare, multi-family residential and hospitality clients.

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Art with Intention

How Art Curation Tells a Brand’s Story

Have you ever walked through an office building’s courtyard with a fascinating sculpture on your way to an appointment? Or down an airy corridor with engaging artwork on the walls? What about entering a hotel lobby only to find a one-of-a-kind chandelier hanging overhead, throwing millions of rainbows on the ground below?

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Field Day: Inspiring Denver’s Next Generation of Artists

Not a day goes by when our team of art consultants and curators aren’t inspired by the creativity of Denver’s arts scene. We consider ourselves fortunate to belong to such a supportive community that believes in art’s power to generate ideas, make connections and tell stories.

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The Visual Artists Rights Act

In 1981, Richard Serra’s Tilted Arc sculpture in New York City’s Federal Plaza became the center of debate on Artist rights. Federal Plaza employees saw his curving wall of raw steel measuring 120-feet long and 12-feet high as ugly and oppressive.

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