Unlocking the Relationship Between Art and Space

At NINE dot ARTS, we regularly tell our clients that transforming a space into an art experience is as much about the process as it is about the outcome. If you happened to read our latest blog post, you’d learn that the most powerful art installations start with the foundation of a clear vision and well-defined goals.

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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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First Things First: Crafting a Vision for Your Art Experience

Since launching NINE dot ARTS over nine years ago, we have curated hundreds of art experiences that have helped transform our clients’ spaces and communities across the U.S. and different parts of the world.

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The Transformative Power of Art in the City

If there’s one thing we’ve learned over the last nine years of working with hundreds of businesses and artists, it’s that art has the power to transform spaces.

Whether it’s in the public realm or specific to a private development, art elevates the experience of the built environment, providing intrigue and inviting people to become curious about their surroundings. Read more

Denver Mayor Hancock Proclaims January 29, 2019 as NINE dot ARTS Ninth Anniversary Day!

We’re honored to share that Denver Mayor Michael B. Hancock has proclaimed January 29 as NINE dot ARTS Ninth Anniversary Day in recognition of our art curatorial firm’s contribution to establishing Denver as a thriving destination for arts, culture and business. The honor also recognizes our commitment to empowering Denver’s artist community, as well as the organization’s national expansion that brings Denver-based curatorial expertise to cities across the country.

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We’re Launching an Internship Program!

The curatorial possibilities are endless! Our team at NINE dot ARTS is excited to announce our new internship program, designed to engage the next generation of art professionals in using the power of art to transform the average business environment. The program, which will launch in January 2019 with five intern positions supporting all facets of the organization, is designed to provide comprehensive insight and hands-on experience in the art advisory business, while encouraging students across disciplines to explore a career in the arts. Resumes will be accepted on an ongoing basis, with a December 10 deadline to submit resumes to join the inaugural class of Intern Dots.

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Telling the Story of Life, Warmth and Luxury Through Contemporary Art

The Cherry Creek neighborhood in Denver is one of the city’s most in demand neighborhoods – booming with residential, hospitality and retail development. New to the neighborhood is the St. Paul Collection, one-of-a-kind luxury rentals that emphasize design and lifestyle. The NINE dot ARTS team recently put the finishing touches on the art collection for the common spaces. Inspired by the distinctive energy of the neighborhood and the St. Paul Collection’s luxury interior design elements – think marble, gold and gorgeous wall coverings – the result is one of the most significant contemporary art collections you’ll find in a residential building anywhere in the world.

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Great Curatorial Work Comes from Great Collaborations with Artists: A Team Member’s Takeaways from the Emerging Curators Retreat

Earlier this summer one of our very own dots had the opportunity to attend Otis College of Art and Design’s first Emerging Curators Retreat. NINE dot ARTS Associate Curator Arielle Myers joined professional curators, artists and thinkers alike on the retreat in Los Angeles to listen in on talks, conversations and presentations from some of the most established curators and artists in the country. The program, which focuses specifically on Los Angeles’ local art scene, aims to attract emerging, talented and diverse individuals looking to advance their artistic and curatorial skills, while allowing them the opportunity to engage with the local art community and advance their careers as curators.

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Creating a Place We Love to Work

Take a look inside our new headquarters, designed to better support our growth, work and artists.

At a Colorado Business Committee for the Arts luncheon our team attended earlier this year, Governor John Hickenlooper emphasized the concept of topophilia (from the Greek topos meaning “place” and –philia, meaning “love of”), and spoke of the important role a strong creative community – with a deep network of support – plays in creating the places people love. Colorado is lucky to have many such places, and at NINE dot ARTS, we are honored to facilitate the kind of connections that create a strong sense of place and grow the creative economy.

Now in our ninth year of curating inspiring art collections that allow people to experience art as they go about their daily lives – in alleys, offices, parks, hotels and more – our growing team of dots is connecting more artists, clients and communities than ever before.

To facilitate our growth and to better support artists, we recently moved into a new headquarters at 3734 Osage St. in Denver’s Lower Highlands neighborhood. And it’s no accident that the office exemplifies the important synergies Governor Hickenlooper highlighted: a showcase of artists, supported by a committed network, all housed within a space people love to work and visit. Read more

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