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.
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.
While every art program we curate tells a story, the recently opened Hilton Garden Inn in Boulder, Colorado features one of the more meaningful. Thanks to a partnership with NINE dot ARTS, Sage Hospitality and the University of Colorado Boulder (CU), the 172-room hotel features art from students and alumni of the university, which sits just up the street from the hotel.
Through an eighteen-month-long art mentorship program called Beyond the Studio, mentor Lisa Solberg, internationally renowned artist and CU Boulder alum, worked with CU MFA in Painting candidate Johnny DeFeo to create a mural-like concept that was reproduced in all 172 guestrooms of the hotel, which shares a campus with the Embassy Suites, designed by architect JOHNSON NATHAN STROHE.