Former Mayor Wellington E. Webb enacted the Denver Public Art Program in 1988, and it has since helped fund the installation of more than 150 public art works in our city. You see them all over town, and this one in particular saw the commission of both muralists and lighting technicians to set the algorithms for the LED lights.
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