At ACB, we are proud to be at the forefront of public art projects in our community. We believe that public art has the power to enhance and enliven public spaces, spark meaningful conversations, and strengthen our cultural identity. Our team is passionate about bringing art out of traditional gallery spaces and into the public realm, where it can be experienced and appreciated by all. Through our public art projects, we are committed to creating engaging and thought-provoking works that beautify our community and make it a more vibrant and inspiring place to live. We look forward to continuing to push the boundaries of what public art can achieve and to contribute to the cultural richness of our community for years to come.
Originally a Woolworth department store from the 60s, and now a hub for artists and art connoisseurs alike. This building features a giant mural on its side. Can you spot the playful mayfly hidden within the artwork?
Alley ways can be some of the most fun places to find an artistic surprise. It's hard to tell if this guy in the air is headed to a favorite clothing boutique, or in search of a relaxing spa treatment.
A curious mayfly has found its favorite spot in Burlington's newest craze, Boba Tea! Originated in Taiwan in the 1980s. It was created as a fun and innovative way to serve tea by adding chewy tapioca pearls. These pearls are made from cassava root starch and come in various sizes and flavors.
Amidst the buzzing atmosphere of this local coffee hangout, even a delightful but tired mayfly seeks solace in the invigorating embrace of coffee.
Trace the path of this mayfly, and join the bustling crowd that flocks to this nostalgic, family-owned pizza hub, cherished since 1972. This beloved Burlington landmark, formerly nestled on Main Street within the Union Hotel, now found in it's 3rd Street location, attracting generations with its timeless charm and iconic pizza + gyros
This mayfly adorns the building where art and community collide. It pays homage to the creative potential in all of us.
Originally part of the old Schramm department store in 1878, this mayfly adorns the side of what was once a young women's shop,, haberdashery, as well as the location of Burlington's dry-goods millinery.
Follow this mayfly to the utterly cool back patio of Burlington's oldest bar. The former 'Sombrero' is now home to constantly evolving + creative bites, delicious + stunning cocktails, and laid-back, effortlessly cool vibes.
Keep an eye out for a pair of enchanting mayflies, gracefully perched on the side of a building tucked behind the bridge on Washington Street. Though this structure may be modest in size, it holds a vital and meaningful place in Burlington's LGBTQ community.