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June 2023

Check out the calendars to see what's going on this month in RiNo!

Your support for local businesses and artists helps RiNo remain the vibrant, engaging, and independent community that we all love. Check all the calendars for special events, programs, offers, and much more!

Special Events FIRST FRIDAYS Classes + Programs Deals + Recurring Offers

RiNo ArtPark Community Hub

The vision for the buildings is centered around three core elements: access, education and activation, with the goal to create a new kind of park environment for Denver, one in which both the park and the buildings become a campus of interactive learning, culture and community gathering.

RiNo ArtPark

Mural Program

The goal of the RiNo Mural Program is to continue working with a diverse group of local artists to facilitate monthly installations around the district so that each piece may receive proper recognition and the work that is done is more intentional on time and placement. All artists are paid for their work. Providing reliable stipends in an unpredictable time helps keep art and artists at the heart of RiNo.

RiNo Mural Program RiNo Murals MAP

Getting Around

The RiNo Art District is approximately one mile in radius. The Certified Creative District encompasses an area east of I-25 to Larimer Street and south of 1-70 to Park Avenue West/Broadway. Brighton Blvd is the main arterial on the West side of RiNo and Larimer, Walnut, and Blake are the main streets on the East side.

The district is accessible via the RTD A Line with a station at 38th and Blake Street. There are pedestrian and bike bridges at 38th and 35th that connect RiNo East and West.

The district is also accessible via the South Platte River Bike Path with exits on 29th, 31st and 38th Streets. This bike friendly path is a great way to land in the district.


Header images artist credits: Detour (Visit, Initiatives, Press); Anthony Garcia (Special Events); Susan Wick (Call for Artist Request, Artist Opportunities); Jeremy Burns (RiNo Stories/News); Casey Kawaguchi (Support)