The City of Broomfield, Colorado has purchased their Stranger Reduction Zone which was previously on loan from October 2013 to October 2014. It is now on permanent display behind the Mamie Doud Eisenhower Public Library. More photos here.
Stranger Reduction Zone was installed in Evergreen, Colorado on June 7th, 2014 as part of the year long public art exhibition organized by Sculpture Evergreen. While this is a year long program, Sculpture Evergreen won the People’s Choice Award and was re-contracted the Stranger Reduction Zone to stay in it’s current location for the 2015-2016 exhibition. Sculpture Evergreen chose to purchase Stranger Reduction Zone in 2016 and it remains where it was originally installed. More photos here.
Go east young man! Stranger Reduction Zone is enjoying it’s first showing east of Denver. Public Art League of Champaign-Urbana accepted SRZ into their 2014-2016 public art exhibition. The piece is installed in Urbana Illinois, at the entrance to the Urbana Free Library. The City of Urbana with the assistance of purchased Stranger Reduction Zone in 2016 with assistance from a donation by Ginny & Jack Waaler. Photos are posted here.
Current Installations on loan:
Art Encounters in Douglas County, Colorado, selected Stranger Reduction Zone to be installed for their 2016-2017 temporary public art program. It is installed at the Castle Rock Community Recreation Center at 2301 Woodlands Blvd., Castle Rock, CO 80104 until May 25, 2016. Photos to come soon.
The Carbondale Public Arts Commission has selected Stranger Reduction Zone as one of their 2015-2016 public sculptures. This placement is installed at the Garfield County Public Library near the corner of 3rd Street and Sopris Avenue. It will be here until Spring of 2016. More photos here.
On June 27th, 2014, Stranger Reduction Zone was installed in Longmont, Colorado as part of their Art on the Move yearlong outdoor art program.
Colorado Springs, Colorado
The Stranger Reduction Zone was Colorado Springs at the entrance to The Plaza of the Rockies on South Tejon Street from May 2013 through June 2014. More info here.
Scottsdale Public Art invited Stranger Reduction Zone to stand at the south entrance to the Marshall Way Bridge during their Spring Equinox Canal Convergence event in March 2014. Photos are available here.
The Third Annual Denver County Fair featured the Stranger Reduction Zone at its entrance to greet each and every visitor. It ran for three days in August of 2013. Here are some pictures.
The first ever installation of the Stranger Reduction Zone was as part of a show called Side Effects May Include… in Denver, CO.. Click here for photos.