Creative Broomfield is the City's hub for public art, community arts programming and organizational support for the cultural sector.
The Free Broomfield Summer Concert Series 2021
The City and County of Broomfield is excited to announce the return of the Summer Concert Series. This year's Series has an exciting variety of diverse music in a new beautiful outdoor setting.
For more information about the Summer Concert Series visit Broomfield.org/SummerConcerts.
Broomfield Traffic Box Art Call
The City and County of Broomfield in partnership with the Public Art Committee is seeking artists to create work to transform traffic boxes into public artworks throughout the community.
Application Deadline: Wednesday, June 30, 2021.
To apply and for more information visit BroomfieldPublicArt.com.
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.
Summer Concert 2021: Taylor Scott Band
June 9, 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 first Summer Concert with Roots-Rock based, Taylor Scott Band. Taylor Scott Band delivers music that is heavily influenced by funk, blues, and soul music.
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