Grants, Artists Opportunities & Resources

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Call to Artists: Community-Powered Art at Broomfield Community Park

The City and County of Broomfield in partnership with the Arts, History and Cultural Council is seeking artist(s) to create a community mural on the storage structure located at the Broomfield’s Community Park at the Ball Fields. 

This Request for Proposal is open to individual artists, artist teams or collectives or community groups with a designated lead artist. Artists from emerging to professional are encouraged to apply. All artists must reside or work in the Denver metro area.

The selection process will utilize an Arts, History and Cultural Council subcommittee to review, score and select finalist. Installation is scheduled to be complete by the end of May 2023.

This project is part of the Community-Initiated Public Art Idea Proposals program, designed to gather ideas from community members for public art projects in Broomfield. In partnership with the Arts, History and Cultural Council, these ideas are explored, vetted and prioritized each fall to guide the upcoming year’s public art project list.

This art call is a Community-Initiated Public Art project submitted by John Hubbard on behalf of Broomfield Bikes, a local nonprofit organization.

Application Deadline: Sunday, March 8, 2023
Click here to Apply!
Click here for the downloadable Call to Artists


Arts, Culture and Science Grant (ACS)

AArts, Culture and Science GrantsCS Grants focus on arts, culture and science programs and projects that take place in Broomfield. Nonprofit organizations, teachers and schools are encouraged to apply.

Arts organizations apply for grant funds that are awarded after notifications, if approved. Teachers and school sites apply for reimbursement funds, if approved.

The ACS Grant program features seasonal deadlines to expand access for applicants, as long as grant funds remain available. Total funding available for the 2023 third grant cycle is $4,820. 

Maximum grant award is $1,500
ACS Grants have seasonal deadlines
Application Deadline: March 6, 2023
Notification: week of April 17, 2023

  • Funding period for all programs is January 1 - December 31, 2023
  • Grant applications will be accepted until funds are exhausted
  • Only one grant will be awarded per applicant per funding period
  • Schools may have more than one teacher apply for individual grants
  • Broomfield resident organizations will receive priority consideration

SCFD Grants in Broomfield

SCFD is the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District, a tax collected and distributed to nearly 300 cultural organizations in our seven-county Denver metro region. Culture creates vibrancy for us individually and collectively. 

Through our diverse, local culture, we come together, we come to new ideas, we come to our senses. Beginning with taxpayers and with the expert shepherding of the SCFD, our collective mission is simple: We fund culture. 

In Broomfield, SCFD applications and funding is recommended by the Arts, History and Cultural Council, then approved by the City Council.

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Regional and National Grants

Make sure not to miss grant opportunities from across the country! Creative Broomfield compiles grant information regularly to support arts and culture in Broomfield and beyond. Check back regularly for updates!

Artist Opportunities

Regional and National Artist Opportunities & Resources

Artists are being sought all over the country for exciting opportunities to create, exhibit and install artwork. The Creative Network compiles artist opportunities regularly to support artists and creatives in Broomfield and beyond. Check back regularly for updates!

Contact Us

  1. Megan Gilby    
    Arts and History Manager

    Arts & History Division
    3 Community Park Road
    Broomfield, CO 80020

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