Creative Broomfield is the City's hub for public art, community arts programming and organizational support for the cultural sector.
Help pick what design will be installed on traffic boxes
Over 60 works of art were submitted by artists across the Front Range, with over half from Broomfield. Through a rigorous selection process, the Public Art Committee selected nine submissions as finalists, and three works by young artists as semi-finalists for the tenth traffic box.
Pick your favorite traffic box design by a young Broomfield artist. Click here to vote for the tenth design! Voting will end on Monday, Aug. 9 at midnight.
For more information about the traffic box vinyl wraps click here!
Summer Concert 2021: Leslie Tom
August 4, 7 p.m.
Outside the Broomfield Library
It’s time to jam! Come together with family and friends for the Summer Concert Series outdoors at the Broomfield Library. Bring a chair or blanket and enjoy diverse musical styles in a relaxed atmosphere. Come enjoy the next Summer Concert with Country Artist, Leslie Tom and her inationationally touring band.
For more information click here!
Butterfly Effect Theater of Colorado Presents "JQA" by Aaron Posner
Broomfield Depot Museum
July 31, 4 - 5:30 p.m.
The BETC Theatre Truck hits the road for the first time this summer, bringing great theatre to Colorado communities. Free and outdoors, grab your chair or blanket, pack a picnic basket, and join us for an evening to remember.
John Quincy Adams was a brilliant but quick-tempered diplomat, one-term President, and Congressman. Award-winning playwright Aaron Posner imagines conversations between Adams and extraordinary Americans like George Washington, Frederick Douglass, and Abigail Adams.
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Women’s Rights in America: A Participatory DiscussionMural Plans for Broomfield Plaza
Join the Friends of Broomfield History as they have teacher Rebecca DiMaio discuss the history of women’s voting rights in America and demonstrate how a diverse group of participants can share, discuss, debate, and negotiate with each other the issues of their lives.
Get Weird Together
Saturday, August 14, 2021
Ticket with the book & download of original music: $15
Get Tickets HERE!
Join "Get Weird" author CJ Casciotta, choreographer Kelly Archer, composer Dave Wilton and dancers from Chadash Contemporary Dance Movement to experience the creative process that brought three different art forms together on one stage to encourage each of us to embrace the magic we’ve always had. Stay after the presentation for an author signing of "Get Weird".
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August 7 & 8 and August 13, 14, 15
Chadash Dance is proud to announce this amazing multi-collabrative work that was put on hold from last year due to COVID-19. Weird was inspired by the book “Get Wierd” by C.J. Casciotta, who will be flown in for an Author Event. On top of that, all of the music for this incredible show has been produced by Dave Wilton, a.k.a. A Boy and His Kite, specifically for this show! Professional dancers from around the country will be joining our local professionals to bring you this once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
For more information visit Chadash Dance's website.
Broomfield Creative Network
Calling all Creatives! Join the Creative Network pilot by filling out this form. The goals of the Creative Network are to create a map and list of artistic works for sale to support “shop local” initiatives and discover shared opportunities to partner with and strengthen the creative community.
Artwork Archive provides a list list of the top international open calls, residencies, fellowships, and awards that will benefit artists during the upcoming year! The complete list is broken down into six categories: grants, residencies & fellowships, calls-for-entry, publications, COVID relief funds, and opportunity sites.
The Crafty Writer's Creative Writing Course be a guide to embark on a new creative endeavor. Fiona Veitch Smith, who has worn several hats in the writing world (including roles as a "freelance journalist, editor, author, playwright, screenwriter and writing teacher,"), created this course to introduce users to "the basic elements of creative writing, from prose fiction to poetry." The eight-session curriculum can be explored at each student's own pace. While the course is entirely free, Smith does not provide free feedback on an individual's writing. Source: The Scout Report