Just say neigh! Town hall on airport art master plan tomorrow

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Quit horsing around! It's time to come clean about how you feel about the public art at Denver International Airport, a collection that includes everything from Gary Sweeney's beloved "America, Why I Love Her" to the loved, and loathed, "Mustang," aka Blucifer, the devil horse.

From 5 to 7 p.m. on Tuesday, November 1, DIA and Arts & Venues Denver will hold a town hall meeting at Crossroads Theater, 2590 Washington Street, to discuss a DIA Art Master Plan that will "establish creative direction for the facility's existing cultural assets, and help guide the commissioning of new artworks."

Find a complete list of the current DIA artworks here; find our picks of the DIA artworks most likely to make conspiracy theorists go off here. And remember: Just say neigh!

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