Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities


More than 350 volunteers last year committed 8,913 hours of their time to support the arts. 

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Strive for the advancement of arts, culture, and science by nurturing diverse, quality programs and ensuring inclusive access for residents of Broomfield and surrounding areas. 



recent programs

In 2018, the Broomfield Film Project showcased its 1st premiere of "Colorado Shorts" and has continued into 2019.

In 2019, BCAH welcomed The Broomshticks, Broomfield's improv group, as one of its programs. 

In 2020, Broomfield Spellbinders became a program presented by BCAH. 

1973 - Formal founding year of the Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities (BCAH) and recognized by the City Council as "Broomfield's official arts organization"

1989 -SCFD funding of BCAH began

2015 -Over 55,000 people attended programs presented or supported by the Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities 

2016 - Angel donation from the Kathryn Friend Estate funded BCAH's sold-out 1st Annual Benefit Event with entertainment by Lannie Garrett and Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald, a silent art and gift basket auction (art created by: Betsy Roberts, Elle Esposito, and Robert Juszinski), craft brew tastings from Wonderland Brewing Co., and chocolate samplings by Chic Chocolate.  ​

2018 - New board members welcomed to BCAH: Dr. Christina Lynn-Craig, Carolyn Crouse, and Heather Doran

2019 - BCAH was chosen as one of the nine nonprofits to participate in the 10th Annual Dancing with the Broomfield Stars; BCAH's Executive Director, Keri Dillingham, was honored with the Heart of Broomfield Award for the Arts