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Posted on: September 21, 2020

Call for art as Brighton Art in the Park is set to go virtual


This year, the fifth annual Brighton Art in the Park is going virtual with the 2020 Brighton Art in the Park: Virtual Edition starting in mid-October. For the virtual gallery, Brighton Arts and Culture is seeking up to 50 artists to display their artwork.  

Interested artists must complete an online form by Sunday, Oct. 4. All artwork must be family-friendly. Artists will be notified the week of Oct. 5 if they were selected and will be contacted prior to the gallery going live. 

By navigating the Art in the Park: Virtual Edition, the public will be able to view the artwork of local, regional and international artists online and purchase the pieces directly from the artist.

This change in format from the original location of Carmichael Park is due to COVID-19 gathering restrictions. 

For more information, please contact the City’s Arts and Culture Coordinator David Gallegos at 303-655-2176 or

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