The North Metro Arts Alliance was founded as a non-profit entity to serve
the Westminster and North-Metro communities in the areas of performancescfd logo
and visual arts, including cultural entertainment. Ultimately, NMAA strives
to enrich awareness, education and access of the arts among North Metro
residents throughout the calendar year.
The North Metro Arts Alliance is funded, in part, by the Scientific and Cultural
Facilities District in cooperation with the Adams and Jefferson County Cultural Commissions.
Download this brochure to learn more about SCFD.
What is SCFD?

The Scientific and Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) is a voter-created special tax district that distributes revenue generated by a 1¢ on $10 retail sales and use tax to over 300 scientific and cultural organizations in the seven-county metro Denver area. The SCFD was adopted in 1988 by metropolitan voters and has been supporting culture in the metro Denver area ever since. The District consists of Adams, Arapahoe, Boulder, Broomfield, Denver, Douglas (excluding the cities of Castle Rock and Larkspur), and Jefferson Counties. The primary purpose of the SCFD is "to provide for the enlightenment and entertainment of the public through the production, presentation, exhibition, advancement or preservation of art, music, theatre, dance, zoology, botany, natural history, or cultural history."
 
North Metro Arts Alliance Board of Directors Supports Reapproval of SCFD. Click here for resolution of support
 
Read about the role played by the Adams County Cultural Council in SCFD funding in Adams County.
 
Read more about reauthorization of the Scientific and Cultural Facilities District

Events


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Join us for these upcoming events:
 
19th Annual Colorado Visions - A juried exhibit of art by Colorado artists Sponsored by the
North Metro Arts Alliance April 9 - May 26, 2016 Westminster City Hall 4800 W. 92nd Ave.
Westminster, Co Click here for more information

 

Congratulations to the award winners in the Colorado Visions Exhibit on Display now at Westminster City Hall. Thanks to 
Marc R. Hanson on the great job of jurying and judging the show. Thanks also to the hard working NMAA board members for the lovely reception last night.  

Colorado Visions Award Winners Best of Show - Elizabeth's Peaches by Gail Lukens
Judge's Award - Warm Sun, Cold Snow by Becky Enabnit Silver
NMAA Award - Ponte Vecchio by Jan Archuleta
Merit Award - Aladdin's Lamp by Anne Martinez
Merit Award - Boneyard Shoot by Jill Riggin
Honorable Mention - Postal Network by Gene Younmann
Honorable Mention - Feeding Ducks with Grandpa
Honorable Mention - Looking Down at a Rainbow
Jazz and Art Festival

June 11, 2016, Noon to 8pm, Hidden Lake High School Athletic Field, 73rd and Lowell

Free live jazz music begins at 11am with a parade down 73rd Ave. Decorate your wagons or bikes and join the parade - meet at Fireman's Park on 73rd and Bradburn.

Art and craft vendors. Food Trucks. Free Parking. Bring your blankets and chairs and enjoy a day of music and art.

 

Wonderful Wednesdays at Perl Mack Community Center, 7135 Mariposa

These programs are perfect for preschoolers and famililes.

June 22, Istari

July 20, Hawaiian Show

All programs start at 10am and are free to the public.


Historic Westminster Art District - Second Saturday Art Walks 

Join us from 1 to 6pm,

 

NMAA is Looking for Board Members

NMAA currently has openings for at-large board members. Must apply for consideration of appointment. Application forms may be obtained by calling 303-429-1999 or emailing us by clicking here.

 

North Metro Arts Alliance PO Box 1043 Westminster, CO 80030 (303)429-1999
www.nmarts.net

Contact us at info@nmarts.net
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