Public Art Committee


  • 6 p.m.
  • Second Wednesday of each month; additional meetings as needed

Next Meeting

  • Wednesday, February 12, 2020 - Location: Broomfield Auditorium Lobby, 3 Community Park Road (Library building)

Agendas and Minutes

Agendas are available prior to the meetings. Minutes are available following approval. 
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Nine members, including seven at-large members, one alternate at-large member, and two ex officio, nonvoting council members. Members of the committee must be residents of the city, and if any member ceases to reside in the city, his or her membership shall immediately terminate

 Member Name
Term Expires
 on March 31
 KC Lancaster
 Roxanne Macke  2021
 Matthew Cerrato, Alternate
 Betty Jackson, Chair  2022
 Scott Terry, Vice Chair  2022
 Mary Wilkie, Secretary  2022

 Council Member Name
Term Expires
 Sharon Tessier
November 2019
 Deven Shaff
November 2019

Staff Liaison

Cheryl German, Cultural Affairs Operations Coordinator
Ph: 303.464.5829


The purpose of the Public Art Committee is to:
  • Implement the public art master plan approved by City Council including guidelines governing public art funding, selection, acquisition, placement, installation, marketing and maintenance of works of art
  • Develop an educational program for city residents and visitors on Broomfield’s public art program
  • Conduct an annual inventory and condition assessment of the city’s public art collection


The Broomfield Public Art program enlivens public space, nurtures community identity and contributes to a vibrant city.


The mission of Broomfield Public Art is to reflect community spirit, enrich conversations, engage community and elevate a sense of belonging.


To achieve our vision and mission we are guided by the following values:
  History and Potential of our Community
  Diversity and Inclusivity



The Public Art Committee (PAC) created a Public Art Master Plan and Guidelines to facilitate acquisition of public art for the City and County of Broomfield which were adopted by City Council in 2004.  In 2015, the City and County of Broomfield updated their arts and culture master plan, Creative Broomfield, which now incorporates the public art master plan. Click here to learn more about the Creative Broomfield process.

Get Involved

Any interested citizen is invited to attend committee meetings. Applications for open positions are available in January of each year. Check out for all public art programs.