- Creative Broomfield
Arts & History: A Division of the Library, Extension, Arts and History Department
In collaboration with the community, Arts & History cultivates opportunities to connect, create and thrive.
Arts & History Priorities
Arts & History Guiding Values
Crawford Honey House Grand OpeningCome see Broomfield's newest historical programming and exhibition space, the Crawford Honey House every Saturday, starting April 22 at Zang Spur Park. Read on...
UTE Knowledge History KitsThis in-class program presented by History Colorado Museum and Broomfield History invites students to investigate how the Ute Indians have used science, technology, engineering, and math to survive and thrive in the Rocky Mountains. Read on...
ARTery Sidewalk MuralsThe ARTery Sidewalk Mural Project was the first major public art installation along the first phase of the ARTery, connecting the Broomfield Community Center with Broomfield Commons Open Space. Read on...
New Broomfield History Collections online databaseCheck out the new Broomfield History Collections online database Read on...
Little Art Houses along the ARTery trailFive Little Houses were installed on the ARTery in June 2022 Read on...
The Creative Network supports the development, cultivation, and celebration of the creative economy in Broomfield. Programs and resources includes Grants and Artist Opportunities, PULSE events, the ARTery, and community engagement.
Creative Broomfield Presents
Creating connection through storytelling, Creative Broomfield Presents offers events all year! Programs include year-long concerts and performances, Summer Concerts Series and artist in residence programs.
Broomfield History & Museums
History comes alive in Broomfield through dynamic programs, projects and partnerships.
Art in Public Places
The Broomfield Public Art program enlivens public space, nurtures community identity and contributes to a vibrant city. Learn more about artist opportunities, the public art collection and upcoming projects.
Rent the Auditorium
The 286-seat Broomfield Auditorium is available to rent for performances, recitals and special events. With modern equipment, a knowledgeable technical support team and affordable rental rates, discover what you can create in the auditorium.
Arts, History, and Cultural Council
The AHCC commission is responsible for acting as a Cultural Council for SCFD grantmaking activities, and as an advisory body for Arts & History Division programs and Art in Public Places projects.
The Broomfield Library shares a lobby with the 286-seat Broomfield Auditorium and includes a fireplace, second-story reading terrace, and views of the city park, town plaza, and scenic mountains.
Find out how you can get involved in the creative and art community here in Broomfield.
Megan GilbyArts & History Manager
Arts & History Division
3 Community Park Road
Broomfield, CO 80020