For the first large-scale mural project in the Broomfield community, the Broomfield Public Art Committee (PAC) sought to bring conversation, representation, and awareness to complex issues of mental health, diversity, suicide prevention, and inclusion. They received 57 submissions and have chosen 8 murals to install on the brick wall at the intersection of Hwy 128 and U.S. 287.PAC is hoping for widespread community dialogue in response to the artwork.
Community, Strength, Balance
Kristiana Miller & Lindsey Bell
To Persevere with Love
Community Changes the World
You ; Matter
United We Stand
PROJECT INTENT: Broomfield Public Art Committee seeks to give voice to essential conversations in our community through this multi-artist project. Rising teen suicides, increasing awareness of anti-racist work needed, and intentions to build further on a truly inclusive community for diverse backgrounds, ethnicities, abilities, and identities are cornerstones of the project themes. Multiple artists were encouraged to submit works which may intermingle with other artists’ visions to create a broad experience at a critical traffic junction for city access.