PULSE Gathering for Creatives
PULSE Gathering for Creatives: The launch of an exciting new project
11600 Quay St #200
Wednesday, October 18, 2023, 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
Free, reservation required. All ages
Register Here! PULSE Gathering for Creatives: The launch of an exciting new project
Do you enjoy creativity? PULSE Gatherings are designed to connect creatives to each other and to the community. Open to anyone interested in, makes a living through or appreciates creativity, these events feature an opportunity to meet other creatives, learn more about Broomfield’s cultural scene, see a performance and enjoy a delicious meal.
This October, come celebrate Arts and Humanities Month with the Broomfield Arts and History team by launching a new, multi-year project! This initiative will span multiple years and include amplifying community stories, creating new works of art and culture inspired by those stories, showcasing the works alongside the storytellers and community resources, and an ongoing education program built on the project.
During PULSE, learn more about the project, how you can participate, and hear the first story representing The Refuge, a hub for healing community, social action and creative collaboration. An accompanying performance that will turn a story into poetry and spoken word, followed by an opportunity by Lighthouse Writers Workshop to share your own story and hear a new one in return. All this, and more, over a community meal.
Don’t miss out on this new chapter, reserve your seat today - and bring a friend!
More information and reservations available at Broomfield.org/PULSE.
This program is presented in partnership with The Refuge and Lighthouse Writers Workshop
Broomfield Depot Museum
April 18, 2023
11:30 a.m. - 1 p.m.
These free networking events for creatives gives you the opportunity to connect with other professionals and industry leaders, build your creativity, and discover more about your community's arts, culture and humanities scene. Kick off with lunch, enjoy an artistic experience from a local creative, and then connect and thrive through engaging topical discussions and presentations that will inspire, inform, and build your skills and connections.
For the first PULSE of 2023, come celebrate the Grand Opening of the renovated Crawford Honey House, a new historical programming space. Join us for a "walking dialogue” and participate in critical conversations about the purpose of public art, hear from CSU Extension about their vision for community engagement and explore the role of historic properties in your community. Don't miss this chance to be a part of PULSE, held at the Broomfield Depot Museum, and be inspired, engaged and deepen your partnerships.
Here's a recap of the 2022 PULSE events:
PULSE Gathering for Creatives are creative network events about relationship building and putting a finger on the pulse of what’s going on with creativity in our communities. These free quarterly events feature lunch, a guest speaker from an industry leader, a short performance, and opportunities to develop partnerships. In 2022, Creative Broomfield hosted four PULSE Gatherings at various locations around the region. Each event focused on a different creative field, venue or facility, organization, main speaker, and performance! Across 4 events, Creative Broomfield hosted 281 creatives.
Main Speaker: Heather Drake, Senior Manager of Marketing at FlatIron Crossing Twenty Ninth Street, managed by Maceric
Performer: Frequent Flyers Aerial Dance
Caterer: California Pizza Kitchen
Thursday, March 31, 2022
Location: FlatIron Crossing Mall
Main Speaker: Meredith Badler, Deputy Director of CBCA
Performer: Michelle DeYoung, Grammy Award-winning Mezzo-Soprano opera singer Caterer: Graze Catering Company
Thursday, June 9, 2022
Location: Broomfield Auditorium
Main Speaker: Keri Dillingham, Executive Director of the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities
Performer: Sohap Ensemble, a soprano-cello duo
Caterer: Graze Catering Company
Thursday, September 1, 2022
Location: The Establishment at Bradburn Village
Main Speaker: Jennifer Garner, Town of Superior Cultural Arts Supervisor, Leslie Clark, Director of Park, Recreation and Open Space for the Town of Superior Andrea Golod, Chair of the Cultural Arts & Public Spaces
Larry Dorsey, Chair of the Superior Historical Commission
Performer: Guillermo Gauvain, Pianist
Caterer: Serendipity Tap & Catering
Thursday, December 1, 2022
Location: The Town of Superior Community Center