The ARTery connects and transports. Through diverse projects and programs, this cross-city creative corridor celebrates the outdoors, arts and culture, imagination, curiosity, and cultivates a shared community across Broomfield. The Creative Corridor is presented in tandem with the Creative Network.
This initiative is being developed in collaboration with multiple city departments, local organizations and businesses. Community feedback and conversations are critical to the development and success of the Creative Network, including projects like the ARTery.
Creative Economy Hub - ARTery
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Upcoming ARTery Events
ARTery Sidewalk Mural engagement at the CSU Extension Seed Swap event Broomfield Library Saturday, April 23, 2022, 10 a.m. - 1 p.m.
Swing by the CSU Extension Seed Swap event on Saturday, Apr. 23, 2022 from 10 a.m. to 1 p.m. at the Broomfield Library and participate in a meet and greet with the ARTery sidewalk mural artists to share your input, suggestions, and thoughts with the artists before they begin their design.
Past ARTery Events:
Halloween Bikes & Walk Event presented by BCAH The ARTery, meet at the Broomfield Library Sunday, Oct. 31, 2021, 10 a.m.
Time to get spooky on Halloween by enjoying the outdoors and hauntingly fun activities all while exploring the first stretch of the new ARTery trail! Starting at the Broomfield Library, walk or bike your way to the Brunner Farmhouse and gardens in your best Halloween costumes. Enjoy live music, trick-or-treating, a costume parade, food trucks and more all starting at 10:30 a.m. on Oct. 31! Thank you to Broomfield Council of the Arts and Humanities for partnering with Creative Broomfield to bring spooky fun to the ARTery and open spaces. Food donations for FISH are encouraged.
Pollinator Field Journal and Walk CSU Demonstration Garden July 17, 2021 This program was presented by CSU Extension, InventHQ, and Creative Broomfield.
Attendees made hand-sewn pollinator field journals and walked along Broomfield's Artery to observe pollinators. They learned the difference between native bees and honey bees, flies that look like bees, and wasps, and how all these species have an important job in pollinating our plants. They also learned how to catch and identify each of these pollinator species.