The Art in Public Places program (AIPP) is one of many culturally oriented programs in the Vail Valley.

The intention of the program is to assemble a collection of works of art in public places which is educational, attractive to residents and guests, and of an overall aesthetic quality equal to the excellent international reputation the town enjoys as a resort.

The program is under the direction of an five-member board which meets monthly to discuss AIPP projects and direction. Members of the public are encouraged to attend the meetings which are held in the Vail Town Council Chambers on the first Monday of every month.

Please visit Art in Vail for details on past, present and future exhibitions and events sponsored by Town of Vail Art in Public Places.


The Art in Public Places board (AIPP) meets the first Monday of each month from 8:30 to 10:30 a.m. in the Vail Town Council Chambers.


The volunteer board oversees the Town of Vail’s Art in Public Places Program and is responsible for:

  • ongoing maintenance of existing public art pieces
  • administering temporary art displays on public property
  • arranging temporary art exhibits
  • assisting developers and encouraging them to integrate public art within developments
  • coordinating artist selections when public art is incorporated into the town

AIPP Board Members

Board Member Board Term
Kathy Langenwalter, Chair
Lindsea Stowe
Tracy Gordon
Susanne Graf
Courtney St. John

Anyone interested in serving on the AIPP board must either be a resident of the Town of Vail or an owner of property within the town. For additional information, contact the AIPP Coordinator or call 970-479-2344.