The Adams County Office of Cultural Affairs is responsible for increasing awareness and promoting arts, cultural and scientific opportunities in Adams County.
Arts & Culture Master Plan
An inaugural Arts & Culture Plan is different than plans that will follow. Arts & culture are an outward expression of a community’s values, identity, and most celebrated aspects of the community. An inaugural plan also sets a vision that charts a course for future long-term investments and builds upon the county’s vision of inclusiveness while contributing to economic growth. Review the entire Arts & Culture Master Plan here.
Primary Areas of Responsibility
- Responsible for managing, planning, developing and implementing the programs and activities of the Cultural Affairs Office.
- Provides administrative and management support for two Board of County Commissioner appointed advisory boards: The Adams County Cultural Council (ACCC) was established by resolution by the Board of County Commissioners and is responsible for submitting a plan to the Scientific & Cultural Facilities District (SCFD) for disbursement of funds to support arts, cultural and scientific opportunities in Adams County.
- The Adams County Visual Arts Commission (ACVAC) is responsible for placing public art in county-owned facilities and on county-owned
Gabriel Rodriguez, Cultural Affairs Liaison
4430 S. Adams County Parkway
Brighton, CO 80601
720.523.6846 | Email