mission 

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

volunteering

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


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 WHO WE ARE 

ORGANIZATION HISTORY

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recent programs

In 2018, the Broomfield Film Project showcased its 1st premiere of "Colorado Shorts" and has continued into 2019. Also, during the last year, BCAH welcomed Broomshticks, Broomfield's improv group, as one of its programs. 

Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities

1973 - The Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities was formally founded. 


1989 -SCFD funding began. 


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


2016 - Angel donation from the Kathryn Friend Estate funded the Broomfield Council on the Arts & Humanities' sold-out 1st Annual Benefit Event, which featured entertainment provided by Lannie Garrett and Dr. Kevin Fitzgerald; a silent auction with artwork pieces by Betsy Roberts, Elle Esposito, and Robert Juszinski and gift baskets donated by many donors; donated beverages by Wonderland Brewing Co.; and donated chocolate samplings by Chic Chocolate.  ‚Äč


2018 - New board members were welcomed to the BCAH Board of Directors: Dr. Christina Lynn-Craig, Carolyn Crouse, and Heather Doran. 
Keri Dillingham was promoted to Executive Director.