Led by Urban Land Conservancy with funding from ArtPlace America, the 303 ArtWay is an exciting new catalyst for Denver. 303 ArtWay is a proposed 9 mile, art-themed urban trail. It will connect walkways and bike paths through the Park Hill neighborhood, therefore increasing pedestrian and bike activity throughout Northeast Denver. Ultimately we have a larger vision to expand the concept throughout metro Denver. The trail will highlight the visionaries, artists, leaders and community activists who have brought so much life to this unique and diverse neighborhood.
In 2015, Northeast Transportation Connections launched a community engagement and crowdfunding campaign. With the results, ULC shared future plans with the public during the grand opening celebration of RTD’s A Line in 2016. ULC also used this opportunity to engage local residents and collect feedback regarding the trail’s design.
In April of 2017, ULC and Birdseed Collective hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony for the 303 ArtWay’s premier art installation. The mural is adjacent to the 40th and Colorado Station. The intricate mural represents and acknowledges the long standing populations in the surrounding neighborhoods.
The Park Hill Art Festival is proud to host the next 303 ArtWay Bike Giveaway! Location: Park Hill Masonic Lodge grounds, 4819 E. Montview blvd. Denver, 80207 Date and time: Friday, May 19th: 12 noon to 7:30 pm Saturday, May 20th: 10 am to 5:00 pm Sunday, May 21st: 11:00 am to 5:00 pm Continue Reading
303 ArtWay celebrated a ribbon cutting ceremony for the first art installation along the proposed urban trail. The 120 x 16 ft long mural is a bright and captivating addition to the space below Colorado blvd, adjacent to RTD’s 40th and Colorado A Line Station.
Community members from the Northeast Park Hill neighborhood celebrated the 303 Artway Affinity Festival at Prodigy Coffeehouse this past weekend. The festival was held to promote 303 Artway, which is a bike and pedestrian trail that connects Northeast Park Hill to City Park. Check out the video below to see footage from the festival!
ULC celebrated the A Line grand opening on April 23rd by showcasing 303 ArtWay, an urban art, heritage and culture trail that will take users on a nine mile loop through the Greater Park Hill Neighborhood.
On September 26, 2015 ULC, Northeast Transportation Connections (NETC) and PlatteForum launched a community engagement and online crowdfunding campaign for the proposed 303 ArtWay in Northeast Denver - www.303artway.org. ULC is leading the collective impact effort in response to community resident concerns regarding the fundamental lack of existing connectivity to the East Commuter Rail Line now Continue Reading