Arts & Culture

  1. City Unveils Little Free Libraries Public Art

    Roanoke, VA – On Wednesday, Oct. 19, the city unveiled one of six Little Free Libraries next to the Hurt Park Bus Shelter. Read on...
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The City of Roanoke views art and culture as integral to the community because of their potential to enhance the quality of life for Roanoke’s citizens, increase tourism, support education, and stimulate the economy. 

Roanoke also sees public art as a tool to create livable cities, create a heightened sense of place and community identity, enliven the visual quality of public space, and enrich the spirit and pride of its citizens.