BCA Arts District Report

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2014–2019 BRECKENRIDGE ARTS DISTRICT A REPORT TO THE COMMUNITY

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CONTENTS OVERVIEW.....................................................................................04 PROGRESS 2017–2019.............................................................. 07 AIMS + ACTIONS ..........................................................................11 WHERE WE ARE TODAY......................................................... 14 ENVISIONING SUCCESS ........................................................ 24 FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES......................................................27 SUMMARY...................................................................................... 29 APPENDICES................................................................................ 33 Calendar Snapshot of Current ADC Activity Benchmarking Stats from Comparable National Craft Schools

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OVERVIEW Since its opening in 2014, the Breckenridge Arts District has served as a hub for creative experience, uniting studios, galleries, performance spaces, historic landmarks, public art, cafes, restaurants and creative businesses into a vibrant cultural corridor in downtown Breckenridge.

Its core attraction is a lively arts campus

visitors and residents through creative

of renovated historic structures that serve

experiences that would reflect and celebrate

a variety of functions—from state-of-the-art

Breckenridge’s culture.

studios hosting a robust schedule of fine art and mountain craft classes, to affordable workspace rentals by local artists, and live/ work spaces for visiting resident artists. Outdoors, the campus is an exhibition space for permanent and temporary public artworks; and its central plaza serves as an intimate gathering place for creative events. On the side of campus fronting Main Street, Gallery@ OMH in Old Masonic Hall draws in locals and visitors with a regular schedule of open hours, an admission-free series of contemporary art exhibitions, experimental music showcases and art-infused social gatherings. The Town of Breckenridge began planning

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Since its opening, the Breckenridge Arts District has hosted tens of thousands of guests through its various creative programs. It is often cited as one of the top amenities in Breckenridge. Named a Certified Creative District in the Colorado Creative Industries program in 2016, it receives financial and marketing support from the State of Colorado, which regularly cites Breckenridge as an example for other Creative Districts to follow. Innovative festivals including WAVE: Light + Water + Sound, Breckenridge International Festival of Arts (BIFA), Street Arts Festival and Día de los Muertos animate the campus, drawing visitors from near and far.

its arts district more than a decade ago. After

These successes contributed to Breckenridge

an inspiring field trip to Anderson Ranch

being ranked the number one small

Arts Center in Snowmass Village in 2001,

community on the Arts Vibrancy Index

Breckenridge Town Council saw the

from the National Center for Arts Research

potential of preserving and repurposing

in 2017—a prestigious designation which

historic homes, barns and shops for artist

grew the Town’s national and international

studios and creative spaces. The Town also

reputation as a center for creative tourism,

recognized that a thriving arts district would

and as a creative entrepreneur for other

provide an additional layer of activity for

towns to emulate.

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“The mountain town has expanded its cultural offerings to international levels.” —Confluence Denver

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“The arts district…showcases a thriving and creative community, where you can soak up culture.” —Canadian World Traveler 6

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PROGRESS 2017–2019 Even with so many early successes, however, the Breckenridge Arts District is still young, and the process of self-assessment and strategic planning is ongoing. In 2017, BCA launched a portfolio of assessment measures that gather data and community feedback to inform strategic decision-making about the district’s programming and operations, with the goals of optimizing the Town’s creative arts assets; attracting visitors to Breckenridge; and building community participation and ownership in the creative arts experience.

BCA is proud to report major progress

on community engagement in the WAVE

toward these goals in recent years. Our new

and BIFA festivals with an expanded slate

exhibition series, reimagined for Gallery@

of free workshops and family activities on

OMH and other public gallery spaces in

the Arts District campus, participatory

2017, exposes Breckenridge audiences to

activities like our LightCycles community

the latest in contemporary art from world-

bike ride, and Illuminate Local, which uses

renowned and emerging local artists. Our

a display of glowing luminaries to draw

re-envisioned artist-in-residency program

guests into local businesses.

attracted 161 applicants from around the world in 2018. Educational programs

The Breckenridge Arts District is in the

including field trips, summer camps,

midst of a renaissance, spurred by a slate

student-curated K-12 exhibitions, and

of improvements based on a careful

educator professional development provide

evaluation of creative trends, the tourism

a wealth of creative opportunities for local

landscape and community interests.

students and teachers. In 2019, we launched

We look forward to working together

a programming shift in arts district classes,

to build upon the Town’s investment and

based on community feedback and

the progress that has already been made,

audience evaluation, to include more

to ensure the Arts District reaches

workshops on contemporary mountain

its pinnacle as a well-used community

crafts like woodworking and welding. We

resource that is a hub of activity and

also introduced several new series designed

a source of pride to all who live in and

to spark social interaction, including Date

visit Breckenridge.

Night and Sonic Lodge. Already, we are seeing higher participation levels on campus. In 2019, we renew our emphasis

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QUANTITATIVE SNAPSHOT 2015 VS. 2019 ARTS DISTRICT USAGE, VOLUME + REVENUE

Q1 2015

Q1 2018

Q1 2019

% INCREASE SINCE 2015

% INCREASE SINCE 2018

# of Classes/Open Studios

79

195

337

327%

73%

Attendance

1,275

2,239

2,758

116%

23%

Class/Open Studio Revenue

$5,581

$11,011

$15,509

178%

41%

Membership Revenue

$0

$935

$1,535

N/A

64%

Registration & Ticketing Service Fees

$4,177

$9,645

$8,2597

98%

-14%

Facility Rental Revenue

$12,741

$24,072

$36,468

186%

51%

Third Party Grant Funding

0

$40,000

$105,000

N/A

163%

Website Users

7,651

20,151

22,979

163%

14%

Website Unique Page Views

23,446

53,129

53,921

127%

2%

ARTS DISTRICT CAMPUS

BRECK CREATIVE ARTS

DATA SOURCE:

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* Includes #s from 2015 utilization report; including average of 20 open studios per month (based on 2015 catalog listings)

* Includes #s from 2019 utilization report; including actual monthly class totals + actual exhibition attendance

* Includes #s from 2018 utilization report; including actual monthly class totals + average monthly exhibitions attendance of 482 (5,780/year)

* Includes YTD third-party grants awarded to BCA (local, state & federal; not including TOB)

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* Includes #s from monthly financial statements

* From Google Analytics


“The town of Breckenridge doesn’t take its designation as a Colorado Creative Industries-certified arts district lightly, thanks to the efforts of BreckCreate, a high-energy, nonprofit arts-programming machine that produces world-class, multidisciplinary happenings that keep Breck buzzing during the summer season.” —Westword

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“Breck’s art district was ranked in the top spot on the 2017 Arts Vibrancy Index for small communities, meaning there are plenty of theater performances, art galleries, or crafting workshops to be found on these small streets.” —Men’s Journal

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AIMS + ACTIONS To address the various challenges identified since the Breckenridge Arts District opened its doors in 2014, BCA staff formulated a series of operational and programmatic objectives. We began taking steps to achieve these objectives in 2017, following BCA’s institutional reorganization. The process of self-evaluation and reflection, identification of objectives, and implementation of actions to achieve those objectives is ongoing today.

PLACE AIM: Use ADC facilities to enhance efficiency, effectiveness, and relevance ACTION: Re-envisioned various facilities on campus to create more appealing and creative programming (e.g., converting Fuqua from a painting studio into a woodworking shop).

AIM: Improve OMH configuration to facilitate exhibition of art and reduce change-over work between exhibitions ACTION: Implemented minor renovations and cosmetic upgrades to the interior physical space of OMH making it possible to accommodate a wider range of artists and exhibitions. We also scheduled exhibitions for a longer viewing period, resulting in less time installing and de-installing. The public now has an extended window of time to visit featured artwork in the gallery.

PROGRAM AIM: Use a regular schedule and staffing to make the Arts District campus a more welcoming place ACTION: Established regular public hours at Gallery@OMH, staffed by BCA studio assistants. The gallery is now open 6 days/week, making Old Masonic Hall a hub for campus activity. BCA also now consistently programs 12/week core class workshops, 6/week open studios, 4/week + 1/month free youth programs, and 3 special event series. We instituted a “no cancellation policy” for all campus classes and open studios so that classes run and instructors get paid regardless of the number of participants registered for classes.

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AIM: Make classes and workshops more affordable, accessible, and understandable ACTION: Reduced pricing as much as possible, so that BCA is now covering programmatic costs at 50% class capacity. We simplified medium-specific program titles, and emphasized beginner classes over those requiring a higher skill level, to increase accessibility and appeal to locals and tourists.

AIM: Improve efficiency of class registration process ACTION: Implemented policy that all class participants must register/check in at Old Masonic Hall prior to class. BCA’s studio assistants now double as class registrars and gallery attendants.

AIM: Expand private classes, field trip opportunities, and outreach to Summit High School and local teens ACTION: Developed new engagement opportunities in 2018 including 13 field trips with 458 students. In 2018 we hosted 7 private classes with a revenue of $2,350. We also hosted 2 student-curated exhibitions with the help of BCA’s Junior Executive Art Panel (JEAP), a program run through Summit High School.

AIM: Collect data on participant information, attendance numbers, etc. ACTION: Implemented consistent data collection including end-of-class patron evaluations, quarterly electronic surveys, patron registration and tracking through AudienceView ticketing software, and monthly facilities usage reports based on real numbers

AIM: Increase attendance and diversity of participants at gallery exhibitions and campus classes ACTION: Shifted programming to attract class attendees as 50% locals, 50% visitors. Programming now appeals to a wider age and cultural demographic. Greater attendance is already evidenced (i.e. achieved 50% attendance in classes, 14,000+ visitors through OMH in 2018).

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AIM: Increase the profile and relevance of the Artist-in-Residence program ACTION: Re-imagined the entire program to have more place-based relevancy. In 2019, BCA is hosting 10-14 Visiting and Exhibiting Artists-in-Residence (AIR). We program 1 weekly AIR workshop/lecture/activity, and we facilitate a community engagement project for Visiting AIRs. General public is invited to “entertain an artist� throughout the year.

AIM: Expand the scope and diversity of exhibiting and resident artists at the Arts District ACTION: Attracted much higher profile artists by offering fees and honorariums consistent with industry standards. Curated 6 major exhibitions at Old Masonic Hall featuring 12 international, regional, and local artists.

PEOPLE AIM: Reduce turnover rate among part-time staff ACTION: Hired multiple part-time staff members, who receive consistent schedules at a competitive hourly rate

AIM: Standardize screening process and credential expectations for interested instructors ACTION: Introduced a rolling online instructor application requiring cover letter, resume, and interview. Also instituted classroom observations for all ADC instructors to guide teacher improvement, and we now provide quarterly summaries of student evaluations.

AIM: Increase instructor retention and support for local artists, while reducing travel costs required by visiting instructors ACTION: Committed to recruiting and retaining instructors who live in Summit County. An improved culture and sense of community is fostered on ADC by hosting monthly happy hours and seasonal feedback sessions for instructors. We also created opportunities for local artists to exhibit their work in an annual BCA instructor exhibition.

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WHERE WE ARE TODAY • BCA has created a sustained, vibrant creative community on the Arts District campus. • The depth, quality, and relevance of campus programming has been elevated, evidenced by 50% consistent attendance rate and customer feedback. • Over the past 18 months, we have seen major improvements in attendance, revenue, diversity, accessibility, media coverage, community engagement initiatives, efficiency, and art world prestige.

As a center for contemporary culture, BCA brings the best art from around the world to Breckenridge audiences through exhibitions that animate indoor and outdoor spaces on the Arts District campus. As a center for community and exchange, we utilize our visiting artist program as a driver to foment ideas and amplify voices, encouraging reciprocity and inspiring innovation on local, regional, and global scales. As a center for business and commerce, we embrace creative practice—both within and surrounding the Arts District—as a way to promote place identity, drive tourism, enhance community livability, invigorate the entrepreneurial ecosystem, and ultimately serve as a model for economic development. Ultimately, with the Breckenridge Arts District at our physical and ideological core, BCA celebrates the human experience. By providing a forum for a wide range of artistic voices and perspectives, as well as space to collaborate and create, we provide our residents and guests with a unique opportunity to celebrate our humanity through shared, real-time experiences— connecting us to the greater world, to our inner artist, and above all, to one another.

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“Year-round, the BreckCreate arts district’s historic buildings hold dozens of studios offering ceramics and glass-blowing classes to 3D printing workshops.” —San Francisco Chronicle A REPORT TO THE COMMMUNUTY

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2018-2019 COMMUNITY ENGAGEMENT + PROGRAM PARTNERSHIPS Blue River Watershed Group Ecoventions Breckenridge Film Festival WAVE, Bike-In Movie Night, BIFA, DDLM Breckenridge Heritage Alliance Street Arts: Patriotica!, Laura Shill: Inedible Feast, Gallery@OMH; Masons exhibition, Gallery@OMH; AIR Breckenridge Music BIFA, Pop Music Partnership@RWC Breckenridge Recreation Department BIFA, Ecoventions

High Country Conservation Center Ecoventions, AIR Keystone Science School WAVE and BIFA workshops, Ecoventions Mind Springs Health Woven Spaces (community mental health initiative) National Repertory Orchestra WAVE, Summer Pop-up Concert Series Open Space & Trails BIFA and Ecoventions

Breckenridge Restaurant Association AIR

Park County RE2 Schools Woven Spaces (community mental health initiative)

Breckenridge Tourism Office Bike-In Movie Night

Summit Public Schools ADC activities, Woven Spaces (community mental health initiative)

Building Hope BALANCE, Woven Spaces (community mental health initiative) Colorado Mountain College Ecoventions Continental Divide Land Trust Ecoventions

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Epic Promise Ecoventions, DDLM, AIR

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Sustainable Breck Ecoventions The Summit Foundation Justin Favela: Ofrenda, Gallery@OMH; DDLM Wildlands Restoration Volunteers Ecoventions


2019 PROGRAMMING PRIORITIES TYPE + FREQUENCY + COST ADC Classes

Open 305 days/year, 62 hours/week, 2,701 hours/year

Investment: $137,390

ADC Exhibitions

Open 305 days/year, 62 hours/week, 2,701 hours/year

Investment: $37,500

ADC Artists-inResidence

Activated 347 days/year

Investment: $18,500

WAVE: Light + Water + Sound

Presented 4 days/year

Investment: $230,017

Breckenridge Int’l Festival of Arts

Presented 10 days/year

Investment: $285,130

Street Arts Festival

Presented 1 day/year

Investment: $11,580

Día de los Muertos

Presented 3 days/year

Investment: $12,790

Town Party + July Fourth Celebration

Presented 2 days/year

Investment: $11,200

*Investment figures represent the direct program expense (e.g., instructor and artist fees, artist-in-residence stipends, materials and marketing costs) and do not include administrative overhead.

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“The Breckenridge Arts District is a hub of mountain inspired creativity” —Casual Travelist

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EXHIBITION STATS* 7.5% Visitors living abroad 25% Visitors aged 18-24 30% Visitors aged 24-34 25% Hispanic/Latino visitors 7.5% Black/African American visitors *From 80 respondents, Jan 2019–present (onsite survey)

CLASS STATS* 4% Participants living abroad 6% Participants ages 18-24 22% Participants aged 25-34 13% Participants who came to Breckenridge specifically to take a class 46% Participants consider the Breckenridge arts and culture scene

“much better” than other resort communities

56% Participants consider Breckenridge a creative destination with

a vibrant arts, culture and entertainment scene

37% Participants said that arts and culture are “extremely” influential

in their decision to visit resort communities

40% Participants said the arts and culture scene in Breckenridge has

been “extremely” or “very” impactful on the community *From 127 respondents, Jan–Dec 2018 (ADC annual Survey Monkey)

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2018 FACILITIES USAGE REPORT STATS*

2018 ARTISTSIN-RESIDENCE

Total guest artists on campus

$48,144 Total class revenue

2018 AVERAGE VENUE CAPACITY SOLD

5,780

Total exhibition attendees

64% Ceramic Studio

3,283

Total class participants

58% Fuqua Livery Stable 69% Hot Shop 55% Quandary

670

Total registrable classes* *Does not include special events on campus, festivals or cultural happenings at the Speakeasy Theater, Breckenridge Theater or Riverwalk Center.

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Antiques Cabin

44% Randall Barn 100% Robert Whyte House 58% Tin Shop 38% Old Masonic Hall


YOUTH PROGRAM PARTICIPANT COMMENTS My Kiddo LOVES coming here! She looks forward to this hour with her friends. Paige always has fun, silly, different projects every time! We look forward to coming. My son looks forward to coming every week. Paige is wonderful with him! Super fun evening. This class has made me remember how fun art is and make me want to continue to create. First time and it was so fun for my daughter! We will be back again. Thank you!

YOUTH PROGRAM RATINGS*

97% Overall Content RATED 5/5

96%

Instructor Teaching Style RATED 5/5

* From 248 respondents, Jan 2018 to present

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“…the art scene in Breckenridge can’t be missed.” —PopSugar

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CLASS RATINGS*

96% Overall Content RATED 5/5

95%

Instructor Teaching Style RATED 5/5

* From 617 respondents, Jan–Dec 2018 (end of class patron evaluations)

CORE CLASSES PARTICIPANT COMMENTS Workshop: 5+ Instructor: 5+++ Kerri Anne was awesome to work with and a total blast! Thank you! Awesome class! Will tell people to come and experience this! Thanks! Fun + creative :) Workshop was excellent! Fabulous teacher! Jared was so patient and so good at explaining things. He was great! Loved it! Thanks! :) Great: Thanks for instructing beginners! Very enjoyable. Please don’t stop doing what you’re doing! And thank you :)

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ENVISIONING SUCCESS

AT THE ARTS DISTRICT CAMPUS (ADC)

PROGRAM

PLACE

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PEOPLE


PLACE

PEOPLE

PROGRAM

• ADC is the creative nucleus of Breckenridge.

• Participation numbers continue to increase.

• ADC offers affordable and accessible classes and workshops.

• ADC is inclusive, welcoming, and community-centered.

• Guests represent a mix of locals and visitors.

• Class, workshop, and event attendance rates continue to increase.

• Facilities and systems are efficient, effective, updated, and optimized. • Guests and partners experience superior customer service. • Fiscal support increases through memberships, grants, and earned revenue. • Operational models and investment allocations are tailored to market conditions and customer demand.

• Guests represent a diversity of age and income levels, ethnicities and cultural backgrounds. • ADC culture reflects a supportive and engaged community of stakeholders. • Leadership is committed to capacity-building and ongoing organizational learning. • Instructors are highly trained with professional development ongoing.

• Organizational structure, processes, culture, staff and governance optimize ADC use.

• There is high retention of staff, instructors, studio techs, docents and volunteers.

• Breckenridge is seen as an industry leader in creative thought and artistic vision.

• Local students, educators, and practicing artists utilize ADC. • The community and local creatives see ADC as a resource. • The community takes pride and ownership in ADC.

• ADC programming continues to evolve in a way that is relevant and responsive to local interest. • Decision-making about programming is made based on data collection and evaluation. • ADC programming speaks to stakeholder-generated thematic narratives including environment, history, and culture. • Artist in Residence program emphasizes place-based narratives with guest artists making a community impact. • Artist in Residence program hosts diverse, high-caliber artists working in a range of mediums. • Rotating exhibitions offer exposure to the best contemporary art in a variety of mediums. • Educational programming supports public engagement with, and understanding of, exhibitions. • Temporary public artworks catalyze guest interaction and participation on the ADC campus. • Collaborations thrive through positive relationships with local, regional, and national partners.

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“Winter sports may steal the spotlight, but Breck has one of Colorado’s liveliest creative districts.” —Colorado Roots

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FUTURE OPPORTUNITIES Increase number of free and fee-based classes, workshops, open studios, youth programs and special events based on program data, community input and available resources.

Program festival-style temporary installations on the Arts District lawn and OMH patio year-round (e.g., Los Trompos)

Activate campus during daytime (Mon–Fri) by formalizing relationship between Summit School District and ADC, so that local students are on campus regularly

Hire instructor to keep Quandary open during gallery hours as a craft makeand-take station (during ski season only)

Convert interior of Randall Barn into a more flexible studio space that could accommodate a wider variety of mediums and events.

Introduce limited outdoor series on blacksmithing and other mountain craft *

mediums held on Arts District lawn in pop-up workshop space *Summer + Fall only

Host more outdoor activities on the campus lawn, front porches, patio spaces and sidewalks to better engage passersby.

COST

PRODUCTION LABOR

RENOVATIONS

STAFF

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“…but it’s the [Breckenridge] art scene that really wins out. The Breckenridge Arts District is worth a trip in itself.” 28

—Boston Herald 2014–2019 BRECKENRIDGE ARTS DISTRICT


SUMMARY After close to five years of on-the-ground operations, Breckenridge Creative Arts has helped brand Breckenridge as a creative destination. With the Breckenridge Arts District at its core, Breckenridge has become a place that enhances the lives of local residents and visitors with diverse creative experiences.

Throughout this journey, BCA has listened,

Breckenridge, growing pride in place

learned, and adjusted our programs based

among visitors and guests. The Arts District

on community feedback and best practices

is a key resource to that end. Current

garnered from a vast network of partners

efforts and future plans center on animating

and colleagues. Moving forward, we are

the campus more often and more effectively,

partnering with the Town of Breckenridge

using community input and data-based

and the Breckenridge Tourism Office to

decision-making as a guide, with public

address the shifting tourism landscape by

artworks, festivals and events, workshops

evaluating how much and what kind of

and classes, and local and visiting artists in

visitor traffic we seek to draw, and to better

order to showcase and invite greater

manage the guest experience to the mutual

participation in the Arts District, thereby

benefit of visitors and residents. We also

strengthening our creative identity.

seek greater balance between enriching our local community, and attracting visitors to it. As the creative nucleus of our community, the Breckenridge Arts District is a focal point for future planning within the context of BCA’s overall strategic plan. Our major emphases include:

COMMUNITY OWNERSHIP BCA programming has long sought to enhance community livability by animating public spaces in a way that encourages interaction and community building. Moving forward, we will continue to use artistic interventions to engage people as active collaborators, encouraging social interaction

CREATIVE PLACEMAKING

and dialogue as a way to build individual

Not only do BCA festivals, exhibitions, and

and collective capacities and renewed

programming invite creative tourism that

foundations from which to grow a more

financially benefits Breckenridge businesses,

sustainable, socially and place-connected,

workforce, and tax revenue, they help to

resilient community. This vision underlies

shape the artistic and cultural identity of

the 2019 Arts District programming shift,

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which we designed based on community

actively seeking funding from federal, state,

input and audience studies, to provide more

and local agencies to broaden our base of

opportunities for social interaction while

support. To date, BCA has confirmed

responding to local interest in contemporary

$165,000 in grant awards for 2019, more

mountain crafts. Our goal is for the Arts

than doubling the awards we received in

District campus to be a community center

2018 ($75,000) and 2017 ($60,400). These

and a source of pride.

bolster our ability to animate the Arts

SOCIAL IMPACT BCA has also embraced programming in which the arts are used to transcend aesthetics to impact community goals ranging from public health, social equity, and environmental stewardship to sustainability. A good portion of our contemporary exhibition series, festivals, and visiting artists at the Arts District are curated around such “social impact” topics, as a way to connect artistic interpretations to issues important to the Breckenridge community. In 2019 and beyond, BCA forges boldly ahead with its inventive offerings, collaborating with partner groups to breathe new life into the Breckenridge Arts District and other public venues. BCA’s achievements are the result of an exemplary group effort made possible by the collaboration of many partners—from dedicated community volunteers, longstanding local arts groups, and Town departments to local and national supporters. To accomplish this, BCA remains committed to strong governance practices, comprehensive financial management, and disciplined long-term planning, while

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District and other cultural venues with the innovative slate of programming we have become known for—from festivals rich with massive spectacle art and thoughtprovoking environmental installations, to interactive experiences that instill wonder and awe, capturing the imagination of locals and guests alike. Pioneered by the Town of Breckenridge, the BCA approach remains at the forefront of public arts thinking, offering a shining example of the myriad benefits to be gained from investing in an innovative and compelling public arts program.


“The picturesque town features colorful Victorian architecture while the downtown area offers 200-plus stores, restaurants, coffee shops, pubs and a vibrant arts district” —Forbes A REPORT TO THE COMMMUNUTY

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APPENDICES CALENDAR SNAPSHOT OF CURRENT ADC ACTIVITY.................................................. 34 BENCHMARKING STATS FROM COMPARABLE NATIONAL CRAFT SCHOOLS...................................................38

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CALENDAR SNAPSHOT March 4, 2019 - ADC ACTIVITY OF CURRENT March 2019

March 4, March 10, 2019-4, 2019 2019 March 10, 2019 MARCH March 10,4–10 20192019 Monday, March 4

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Monday, March 4Worlds (Gallery@OMH) How to Move Between Monday, March 4 Open 9:00am - 12:00pm CMC Studio (Ceramic Studio) Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) Museum ofBetween Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 12:00pm MelWorlds uses studio (ceramics) How to Move (Gallery@OMH) How to Move Between (Gallery@OMH) 12:00pm - 10:00pm MelWorlds uses studio (ceramics) 9:00am - 12:00pm CMC Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)

9:00am - -12:00pm Studio(ceramics) (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am 12:00pmCMC Mel Open uses studio 10:00am -- 12:00pm 12:00pm 10:00pm Mel Mel uses uses studio studio (ceramics) (ceramics) 12:00pm - 10:00pm Mel uses studio (ceramics)

SuMo TuWe Th Fr Sa

March 2019 1 2 3 4March 5 62019 7 8 9 SuMo Fr 16 Sa 10 11 TuWe 12 13 Th 14 15 SuMo Fr Sa 17 18 TuWe 19 20 Th 21 22 1 23 2 24 3 25 4 26 5 27 6 28 7 29 8 9 1 30 2 31 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 24 17 25 18 26 19 27 20 28 21 29 22 30 23 31 Tuesday, March 5 28 29 30 24 25 26 27 31 Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

April 2019

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Tuesday, March 5Worlds (Gallery@OMH) How to Move Between Tuesday, March 10:00am - 3:00pm Mel5uses studio (Ceramics Studio) Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum ofBetween Memories (Gallery@SBL) 3:00pm - 6:00pm Ceramic Open(Gallery@OMH) Studio (Ceramic Studio) How to Move Worlds How to Move Between Worlds (Gallery@OMH) 3:00pm - -6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: AmbikaStudio) Herbals (Lower Level 10:00am 3:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics

10:00am- -6:00pm 3:00pmCeramic Mel uses studio (Ceramics Studio) Ceramics) 3:00pm Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 3:00pm -- 6:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)(Lower Level 3:30pm 4:00pm Toddler Art (Quandary) 3:00pm Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals

3:00pm - 9:30pm 6:00pm Drea Co-opuses Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals (Lower Level 4:30pm Studio (Randall) Ceramics) Ceramics) 5:00pm Club (Quandary) 3:30pm - 6:30pm 4:00pm Young ToddlerWriters Art (Quandary) 3:30pm -- 8:30pm 4:00pm Beginner Toddler Art (Quandary) 6:00pm Ceramics: Series (Ceramic Studio) 4:30pm 9:30pm Drea uses Studio (Randall) 4:30pm -- 9:00pm 9:30pm Beginner Drea uses Studio (Randall) 7:00pm Metalsmithing: Series (Hot Shop) 5:00pm 6:30pm Young Writers Club (Quandary) 5:00pm -- 8:30pm 6:30pm Beginner Young Writers Club Series (Quandary) 6:00pm Ceramics: (Ceramic Studio) 6:00pm -- 9:00pm 8:30pm Beginner Beginner Metalsmithing: Ceramics: SeriesSeries (Ceramic 7:00pm (HotStudio) Shop)

7:00pm - 9:00pm Beginner Metalsmithing: Series (Hot Shop)

Wednesday, March 6

Thursday, March 7

Wednesday, March 6 (Gallery@OMH) How to Move Between Worlds Wednesday, March 6studio (Ceramics studio) 10:00am - 6:00pm Mel uses Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Thursday, How to MoveMarch Between 7 Worlds (Gallery@OMH) Thursday, March 7 (Gallery@SBL) 9:00am - 12:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) Museum of Memories

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum ofBetween Memories (Gallery@SBL) 11:00am - 3:00pm Alie uses Randall (Randall) How to Move Worlds (Gallery@OMH) How to Move Between Worlds (Gallery@OMH) 3:00pm - -6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Breckenridge 10:00am 6:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics studio) Candle Cabin

10:00am (Randall) 11:00am -- 6:00pm 3:00pm Mel Alie uses uses studio Randall(Ceramics (Randall) studio) 11:00am 3:00pmAfter Alie uses Randall (Randall) 4:30pm School Art (Quandary) 3:00pm -- -5:30pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Breckenridge Candle Cabin 3:00pm - 8:00pm 6:00pm Welding Co-op Artist Hours: Breckenridge 5:00pm Open Studio (Hot Shop) Candle Cabin (Randall) (Randall) 5:30pm Woodworking (Fuqua) 4:30pm - 8:30pm 5:30pm Beginner After School Art (Quandary) 4:30pm After School Art (Quandary) 6:00pm 7:30pm Candles (Randall) 5:00pm -- 5:30pm 8:00pm Soy Welding Open Studio (Hot Shop) 5:00pm Studio (Hot Shop) 5:30pm -- 8:00pm 8:30pm Welding BeginnerOpen Woodworking (Fuqua) 5:30pm 8:30pm Beginner Woodworking (Fuqua) 6:00pm - 7:30pm Soy Candles (Randall)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum ofBetween Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 5:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics) How to Move Worlds (Gallery@OMH) How to Move Between Worlds (Gallery@OMH) 3:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Wild Balance (Fuqua) 9:00am - 12:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)

9:00am Ceramic Studio (Ceramic Studio) 5:30pm 9:50pm (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am-- -12:00pm 5:00pmCMC Mel Class usesOpen studio (Ceramics) 10:00am 5:00pmBeginner Mel uses studio (Ceramics) 5:30pm Woodworking: (Fuqua) 3:00pm - -8:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Wild Series Balance (Fuqua) 3:00pm Artist Hours: Studio) Wild Balance (Fuqua) 5:30pm -- 6:00pm 9:50pm Co-op CMC Class (Ceramic 5:30pm ClassWoodworking: (Ceramic Studio) 5:30pm -- 9:50pm 8:00pm CMC Beginner Series (Fuqua) 5:30pm - 8:00pm Beginner Woodworking: Series (Fuqua)

6:00pm - 7:30pm Soy Candles (Randall)

Friday, March 8

Saturday, March 9

Friday, March 8 Worlds (Gallery@OMH) How to Move Between Friday, March 8Mel uses 10:00am - 1:00pm studio (Ceramics) Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Saturday, March How to Move Between9 Worlds (Gallery@OMH) Saturday, March 10:00am - 2:00pm Mel9 uses studio (Ceramic studio) Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum ofBetween Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:30am - 11:00am Toddler Art(Gallery@OMH) (Quandary) How to Move Worlds How to Move Between Worlds (Gallery@OMH) 1:00pm - -4:00pm CMC Studio (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am 1:00pm Mel Open uses studio (Ceramics)

Museum ofBetween Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 1:00pm Second Saturdays for Families (Arts District How to Move Worlds (Gallery@OMH) How to Move Between Worlds (Gallery@OMH) 12:00pm 2:30pm Beginner Metalsmithing: Drop In (Hot Shop) 10:00am - 2:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramic studio)

10:00am 1:00pmOil Mel uses studio (Ceramics) 1:00pm - --4:00pm Painting: In (Randall) 10:30am 11:00am Toddler ArtDrop (Quandary) 10:30am 11:00am Toddler Art (Quandary) 2:00pm - -4:00pm 5:00pm Open Install: Laura Shill (Gallery@OMH) 1:00pm CMC Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)

10:00am 2:00pm Second Mel usesSaturdays studio (Ceramic studio)(Arts District More Items...-- 1:00pm 10:00am for Families 10:00am Saturdays for Families District 12:00pm -- 1:00pm 2:30pm Second Beginner Metalsmithing: Drop(Arts In (Hot Shop)

2:00pm Install: Shill (Gallery@OMH) 5:30pm -- 5:00pm 8:30pm Open Woodworking Open Studio (Fuqua) 2:00pm 5:00pm Tin Shop OpenLaura House: Sadie Sheldon (Tin Shop) 2:00pm Shop Open House: Sadie SheldonStudio) (Tin Shop) 6:00pm - 5:00pm 8:30pm Tin Beginner Ceramics: Drop In (Ceramic

Sunday, March 10Worlds (Gallery@OMH) How to Move Between Sunday, March 10 (Gallery@SBL) 9:00am - 12:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Chris Hosbach (Lower Level Museum of Memories

1:00pm 4:00pm CMC Open Studio (Ceramic 2:00pm -- 4:00pm 5:00pm Oil Tin Painting: Shop Open House: SadieStudio) Sheldon (Tin Shop) 1:00pm Drop In (Randall) 1:00pm -- 5:00pm 4:00pm Open Oil Painting: (Randall) 2:00pm Install: Drop LauraInShill (Gallery@OMH)

6:00pm - 8:30pm Woodworking Beginner Glassblowing: Drop(Fuqua) In (Hot Shop) 5:30pm Open Studio 5:30pm OpenDrop Studio (Fuqua) Studio) 6:00pm -- 8:30pm 8:30pm Woodworking Beginner Ceramics: In (Ceramic

6:00pm -- 8:30pm 8:30pm Beginner Beginner Glassblowing: Ceramics: DropDrop In (Ceramic 6:00pm In (Hot Studio) Shop) 6:00pm - 8:30pm Beginner Glassblowing: Drop In (Hot Shop) Calendar - Arts District Calendar - Arts District Calendar - Arts District

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12:00pm 2:30pm Beginner Sunday, 10 Metalsmithing: Drop In (Hot Shop) More Items... -March More Items... Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum ofBetween Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 1:00pm Mel uses studio (ceramic studio) How to Move Worlds (Gallery@OMH) How to Move Between Worlds (Gallery@OMH) 10:00am 12:00pm Material Matters Shop) 9:00am - -12:00pm Co-op Artist Hours:(Tin Chris Hosbach (Lower Level

9:00am - -12:00pm Artist Hours: Chrisstudio) Hosbach (Lower Level More Items... 10:00am 1:00pm Co-op Mel uses studio (ceramic 10:00am uses studio (ceramic studio) 10:00am -- 1:00pm 12:00pmMel Material Matters (Tin Shop) 1 3/15/2019 1:57 PM 10:00am More Items...- 12:00pm Material Matters (Tin Shop) More Items... 1 3/15/2019 1:57 PM 1 3/15/2019 1:57 PM


March 11, 2019 March 11, 2019 -March 17, 11, 2019 March 17, 2019 MARCH 11–17 March 17, 20192019 Monday, March 11

March 2019

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Monday, March 11Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 9:00am - 12:00pm CMC Monday, March 11uses Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 12:00pm Mel studio (ceramics)

April 2019

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Tuesday, March 10:00am - 3:00pm Mel12 uses studio (Ceramics Studio) Tuesday, March 12 Oil Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 1:00pm - 4:00pm Private Painting Class (Randall )

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 9:00am - 12:00pm CMC Studio(ceramics) (Ceramic Studio) 12:00pm - 10:00pm MelOpen uses studio 9:00am - -12:00pm Studio(ceramics) (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am 12:00pmCMC Mel Open uses studio 10:00am - 12:00pm 12:00pm 10:00pm Mel uses studio (ceramics)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am 3:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics Studio) 3:00pm - -6:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am-- -6:00pm 3:00pmCo-op Mel uses (Ceramics Studio) 1:00pm 4:00pm Private Oilstudio Painting Class (Randall ) (Lower Level 3:00pm Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals 1:00pm - 6:00pm 4:00pm Ceramic Private Oil Painting Class (Randall ) Ceramics) 3:00pm Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)

12:00pm - 10:00pm Mel uses studio (ceramics)

Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)(Lower Level 3:30pm Art (Quandary) 3:00pm - 4:00pm 6:00pm Toddler Co-op Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals Ceramics) 3:00pm - 9:30pm 6:00pm Drea Co-opuses Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals (Lower Level 4:30pm Studio (Randall) Ceramics) 3:30pm -- 6:30pm 4:00pm Young ToddlerWriters Art (Quandary) 5:00pm Club (Quandary) 3:30pm -- 9:00pm 4:00pm Beginner Toddler Art (Quandary) 4:30pm 9:30pm Drea uses Studio (Randall)Series (Hot Shop) 7:00pm Metalsmithing: 4:30pm - 6:30pm 9:30pm Young Drea uses Studio (Randall) 5:00pm Writers Club (Quandary)

5:00pm - 9:00pm 6:30pm Beginner Young Writers Club (Quandary) 7:00pm Metalsmithing: Series (Hot Shop) 7:00pm - 9:00pm Beginner Metalsmithing: Series (Hot Shop)

Wednesday, March 13

Thursday, March 14

Wednesday, March 10:00am - 6:00pm Mel uses13 studio (Ceramics studio) Wednesday, March 13 Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 11:00am - 5:00pm Kristina uses studio (Fuqua)

Thursday, March 14 Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 9:00am - 12:00pm Ceramic Thursday, March Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 5:00pm Mel 14 uses studio (Ceramics)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am 6:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics studio) Candle Cabin 3:00pm - -6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Breckenridge 10:00am usesuses studio (Ceramics studio) (Randall) 11:00am - 6:00pm 5:00pm Mel Kristina studio (Fuqua) 11:00am 5:00pmAfter Kristina usesHours: studio (Fuqua) 4:30pm School Art (Quandary) 3:00pm - -5:30pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Breckenridge Candle Cabin (Randall) 3:00pm - 8:30pm 6:00pm Beginner Co-op Artist Hours: Breckenridge 5:30pm Woodworking (Fuqua) Candle Cabin (Randall) 4:30pm -- 7:30pm 5:30pm Soy AfterCandles School (Randall) Art (Quandary) 6:00pm

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 9:00am -- 12:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 1:00pm 5:00pm Kristina uses studio (Fuqua) 9:00am Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am-- -12:00pm 5:00pmCo-op Mel uses studio (Ceramics) 3:00pm 6:00pm Artist Hours: Wild Balance (Fuqua)

10:00am 5:00pmCMC Mel Class uses studio (Ceramics) 1:00pm -- -9:50pm 5:00pm Kristina uses studio (Fuqua) 5:30pm (Ceramic Studio) 1:00pm 5:00pm Kristina uses studio (Fuqua) 3:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Wild Series Balance (Fuqua) 5:30pm - 8:00pm Beginner Woodworking: (Fuqua) 3:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Studio) WildSeries Balance (Fuqua) 5:30pm -- 8:30pm 9:50pm Beginner CMC Class (Ceramic 6:00pm Glassblowing: (Hot Shop)

4:30pm School Art (Quandary) 5:30pm - 5:30pm 8:30pm After Beginner Woodworking (Fuqua) 5:30pm Woodworking (Fuqua) 6:00pm - 8:30pm 7:30pm Beginner Soy Candles (Randall)

5:30pm - 9:50pm ClassWoodworking: (Ceramic Studio) 8:00pm CMC Beginner Series (Fuqua) 5:30pm Series(Hot (Fuqua) 6:00pm - 8:00pm 8:30pm Beginner Woodworking: Glassblowing: Series Shop)

6:00pm - 7:30pm Soy Candles (Randall)

6:00pm - 8:30pm Beginner Glassblowing: Series (Hot Shop)

Friday, March 15

Saturday, March 16

Friday, 10:00amMarch - 1:00pm 15 Mel uses studio (Ceramics) Friday, March 15 Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:30am - 11:00am Toddler Art (Quandary)

Saturday, March 10:00am - 2:00pm Mel16 uses studio (Ceramic studio) Saturday, March Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 11:00am - 3:00pm Alie16 uses studio (Randall)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am -- 1:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics) 12:30pm 2:00pm Snowy Peaks Class (Quandary) 10:00am 1:00pmCMC Mel uses studio (Ceramics) 10:30am 11:00am Toddler Art (Quandary) 1:00pm - -4:00pm Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am -- 2:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramic studio) 12:00pm 2:30pm Beginner Metalsmithing: Drop In (Hot Shop) 10:00am 2:00pmWoodworking: Mel uses studio (Ceramic studio)(Fuqua) 11:00am 3:00pm Alie (Randall) 1:00pm - -5:00pm Build a Nestbox

10:30am 11:00am Toddler Art Laura (Quandary) 12:30pm 2:00pmOpen Snowy Peaks Class Shill (Quandary) 2:00pm - -5:00pm Install: (Gallery@OMH) 12:30pm 2:00pmCMC Snowy Peaks Class (Quandary) 1:00pm Open Studio (Ceramic 2:00pm -- -4:00pm 5:00pm Tin Shop Open House: SadieStudio) Sheldon (Tin Shop)

11:00am uses studio (Randall) Drop In (Hot Shop) 12:00pm 2:30pm Alie Beginner Metalsmithing: More Items...- 3:00pm 12:00pm- -5:00pm 2:30pmWoodworking: Beginner Metalsmithing: Drop (Fuqua) In (Hot Shop) 1:00pm Build a Nestbox 1:00pm 5:00pm Woodworking: Build a Nestbox (Fuqua) More Items... Sunday, March 17

1:00pm - 5:00pm 4:00pm Open CMC Open Studio Studio) 2:00pm Install: Laura(Ceramic Shill (Gallery@OMH) Open Install: Shill (Gallery@OMH) 5:30pm - 5:00pm 8:30pm Tin Woodworking Open Studio (Fuqua) 2:00pm Shop OpenLaura House: Sadie Sheldon (Tin Shop)

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Sunday, MarchCo-op 17 Artist Hours: Chris Hosbach (Lower Level 9:00am - 12:00pm Sunday, 17uses Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am -March 1:00pm Mel studio (ceramic studio)

2:00pm Shop Open House: Sadie SheldonStudio) (Tin Shop) 6:00pm - 5:00pm 8:30pm Tin Beginner Ceramics: Drop In (Ceramic 5:30pm Open Studio 6:00pm -- 8:30pm 8:30pm Woodworking Beginner Glassblowing: Drop(Fuqua) In (Hot Shop) 5:30pm OpenDrop Studio (Fuqua) Studio) 6:00pm - 8:30pm Woodworking Beginner Ceramics: In (Ceramic Ceramics: DropDrop In (Ceramic 6:00pm - 8:30pm Beginner Glassblowing: In (Hot Studio) Shop) 6:00pm - 8:30pm Beginner Glassblowing: Drop In (Hot Shop) Calendar - Arts District Calendar - Arts District Calendar - Arts District

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 9:00am - -12:00pm Co-op Artist Hours:(Tin Chris Hosbach (Lower Level 10:00am 12:00pm Material Matters Shop) 9:00am 12:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Chris Hosbach (Lower Level 10:00am 1:00pm Mel uses studio (ceramic studio) 1:00pm - 4:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)

1:00pm Mel uses studio (ceramic studio) 10:00am Material Matters (Tin Shop) More Items...- 12:00pm 10:00am 12:00pm Material Matters (Tin Shop) Studio) 1:00pm - -4:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic 1 3/15/2019 1:56 PM 1:00pm - 4:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) More Items... 1 1

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March 18, 2019 March 18, 2019 -March 24, 18, 2019 March 24, 2019 MARCH 18–24 March 24, 2019 2019 Monday, March 18 Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Monday, March 18Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 9:00am - 12:00pm CMC Monday, March 18uses Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 12:00pm Mel studio (ceramics)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 9:00am - 12:00pm CMC Studio(ceramics) (Ceramic Studio) 12:00pm - 10:00pm MelOpen uses studio 9:00am - -12:00pm Studio(ceramics) (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am 12:00pmCMC Mel Open uses studio 10:00am -- 12:00pm 12:00pm 10:00pm Mel Mel uses uses studio studio (ceramics) (ceramics) 12:00pm - 10:00pm Mel uses studio (ceramics)

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April 2019

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Tuesday, March 10:00am - 3:00pm Mel19 uses studio (Ceramics Studio) Tuesday, March 19 (Gallery@SBL) Museum of Memories 3:00pm - 6:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am 3:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics 3:00pm - -6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: AmbikaStudio) Herbals (Lower Level 10:00am- -6:00pm 3:00pmCeramic Mel uses studio (Ceramics Studio) Ceramics) 3:00pm Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 3:00pm -- 4:00pm 6:00pm Toddler Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)(Lower Level 3:30pm Art (Quandary) 3:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals

3:00pm - 9:30pm 6:00pm Drea Co-opuses Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals (Lower Level Ceramics) 4:30pm Studio (Randall) Ceramics) 3:30pm Art (Quandary) 5:00pm - 4:00pm 8:00pm Toddler Meet a Local Artist: Jeremy Green (Fuqua) 3:30pm -- 9:30pm 4:00pm Drea Toddler Art (Quandary) 4:30pm uses Studio (Randall) 5:00pm 6:30pm Young Writers Club (Quandary) 4:30pm -- 8:00pm 9:30pm Meet Drea uses Studio (Randall) 5:00pm a Local Artist: Jeremy Green (Fuqua) 5:00pm -- 6:30pm 8:00pm Young Meet a Writers Local Artist: Green (Fuqua) 5:00pm Club Jeremy (Quandary) 5:00pm - 6:30pm Young Writers Club (Quandary)

Wednesday, March 20

Thursday, March 21

Wednesday, March 10:00am - 6:00pm Mel uses20 studio (Ceramics studio) Wednesday, March 20 Hours: Breckenridge Candle Cabin Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 3:00pm - 6:00pm Co-op Artist

Thursday, March 21 Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 9:00am - 12:00pm Ceramic Thursday, March Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 5:00pm Mel 21 uses studio (Ceramics)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) (Randall) 10:00am - 6:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics studio) 10:00am 6:00pmAfter Mel uses studio (Ceramics studio) Candle Cabin 4:30pm School Art (Quandary) 3:00pm -- -5:30pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Breckenridge 3:00pm - 8:00pm 6:00pm Welding Co-op Artist Hours: Breckenridge (Randall) 5:00pm Open Studio (Hot Shop) Candle Cabin (Randall) 4:30pm - 8:30pm 5:30pm Beginner After School Art (Quandary) 5:30pm Woodworking (Fuqua) 4:30pm School Art (Quandary) 5:00pm -- 5:30pm 8:00pm After Welding Open Studio (Hot Shop) 6:00pm 7:30pm Soy Candles (Randall) 5:00pm Studio (Hot Shop) 5:30pm -- 8:00pm 8:30pm Welding BeginnerOpen Woodworking (Fuqua) 5:30pm Woodworking (Fuqua) 6:00pm -- 8:30pm 7:30pm Beginner Soy Candles (Randall)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 9:00am - 12:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 3:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Wild Balance (Fuqua) 9:00am Ceramic Studio (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am-- -12:00pm 5:00pmCMC Mel Class usesOpen studio (Ceramics) 5:30pm 9:50pm (Ceramic Studio)

10:00am 5:00pmBeginner Mel uses studio (Ceramics) 3:00pm - -8:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Wild Series Balance (Fuqua) 5:30pm Woodworking: (Fuqua) 3:00pm Artist Hours: Studio) Wild Balance (Fuqua) 5:30pm -- 6:00pm 9:50pm Co-op CMC Class (Ceramic 5:30pm ClassWoodworking: (Ceramic Studio) 5:30pm -- 9:50pm 8:00pm CMC Beginner Series (Fuqua) 5:30pm - 8:00pm Beginner Woodworking: Series (Fuqua)

6:00pm - 7:30pm Soy Candles (Randall)

Friday, March 22

Saturday, March 23

Friday, 10:00amMarch - 1:00pm 22 Mel uses studio (Ceramics) Friday, March 22 Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:30am - 11:00am Toddler Art (Quandary)

Saturday, March 10:00am - 2:00pm Mel23 uses studio (Ceramic studio) Saturday, March 23(Gallery@SBL) Museum of Memories 12:00pm - 2:30pm Beginner Metalsmithing: Drop In (Hot Shop)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am 1:00pm Mel Open uses studio 1:00pm - -4:00pm CMC Studio(Ceramics) (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am 1:00pmOil Mel uses studio (Ceramics) 10:30am 11:00am Toddler ArtDrop (Quandary) 1:00pm - --4:00pm Painting: In (Randall)

10:30am 11:00am Toddler Art (Quandary) 1:00pm CMC Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 2:00pm - -4:00pm 5:00pm Open Install: Laura Shill (Gallery@OMH) 1:00pm Open Studio (Ceramic 1:00pm 4:00pm Oil Drop In (Randall) 2:00pm -- 4:00pm 5:00pm CMC Tin Painting: Shop Open House: SadieStudio) Sheldon (Tin Shop) 1:00pm -- 5:00pm 4:00pm Open Oil Painting: (Randall) 2:00pm Install: Drop LauraInShill (Gallery@OMH) 2:00pm 5:00pm Open Install: Shill (Gallery@OMH) 5:30pm -- 5:00pm 8:30pm Tin Woodworking Open Studio (Fuqua) 2:00pm Shop OpenLaura House: Sadie Sheldon (Tin Shop) 2:00pm Shop Open House: Sadie SheldonStudio) (Tin Shop) 6:00pm - 5:00pm 8:30pm Tin Beginner Ceramics: Drop In (Ceramic 5:30pm Open Studio 6:00pm - 8:30pm Woodworking Beginner Glassblowing: Drop(Fuqua) In (Hot Shop) 5:30pm OpenDrop Studio (Fuqua) Studio) 6:00pm -- 8:30pm 8:30pm Woodworking Beginner Ceramics: In (Ceramic 6:00pm DropDrop In (Ceramic 6:00pm -- 8:30pm 8:30pm Beginner Beginner Ceramics: Glassblowing: In (Hot Studio) Shop) 6:00pm - 8:30pm Beginner Glassblowing: Drop In (Hot Shop) Calendar - Arts District Calendar - Arts District Calendar - Arts District

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Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am 2:00pm MelHand uses studio (Ceramic studio) 2:00pm - -5:00pm Clay Building: Drop In (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am 2:00pm Mel usesOpen studio (Ceramic studio) 12:00pm 2:30pmTin Beginner Metalsmithing: Drop In (Hot Shop) 2:00pm - --5:00pm Shop House: Sadie Sheldon (Tin Shop)

12:00pm 2:30pmClay Beginner Metalsmithing: Drop In (Hot Shop) 2:00pm - -5:00pm Hand Building: Drop In (Ceramic Studio) More Items... 2:00pm HandOpen Building: Drop In (Ceramic 2:00pm -- 5:00pm 5:00pm Clay Tin Shop House: Sadie Sheldon Studio) (Tin Shop)

2:00pm - 5:00pm Tin24 Shop Open House: Sadie Sheldon (Tin Shop) More Items... Sunday, March More Items... Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Sunday, MarchCo-op 24 Artist Hours: Chris Hosbach (Lower Level 9:00am - 12:00pm Sunday, 24uses Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am -March 1:00pm Mel studio (ceramic studio) Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 9:00am - -12:00pm Co-op Artist Hours:(Tin Chris Hosbach (Lower Level 10:00am 12:00pm Material Matters Shop) 9:00am Co-op Artist Hours: Chris Hosbach (Lower Level 10:00am 1:00pmCeramic Mel uses studio (ceramic studio) 1:00pm -- -12:00pm 4:00pm Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)

10:00am 1:00pm Mel uses studio (ceramic studio) 10:00am Material Matters (Tin Shop) More Items...-- 12:00pm 10:00am 12:00pm Material Matters (Tin Shop) Studio) 1:00pm - -4:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic 1 3/12/2019 9:38 AM 1:00pm - 4:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) More Items... More Items... 1 3/12/2019 9:38 AM 1 3/12/2019 9:38 AM


March 25, 2019 March 25, 2019 -March 31, 25, 2019 March 31, 2019 MARCH March 31,25–31 2019 2019

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Monday, March 25

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Monday, March 25Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 9:00am - 12:00pm CMC Monday, March 25uses Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 12:00pm Mel studio (ceramics)

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Tuesday, March 10:00am - 3:00pm Mel26 uses studio (Ceramics Studio) Tuesday, March 26 (Gallery@SBL) Museum of Memories 3:00pm - 6:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 9:00am - 12:00pm CMC Studio(ceramics) (Ceramic Studio) 12:00pm - 10:00pm MelOpen uses studio 9:00am - -12:00pm Studio(ceramics) (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am 12:00pmCMC Mel Open uses studio 10:00am - 12:00pm 12:00pm 10:00pm Mel uses studio (ceramics)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am 3:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics 3:00pm - -6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: AmbikaStudio) Herbals (Lower Level Ceramics) 10:00am- -6:00pm 3:00pmCeramic Mel uses studio (Ceramics Studio) 3:00pm Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 3:30pm - 6:00pm 4:00pm Co-op Toddler Art (Quandary) Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)(Lower Level 3:00pm Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals Ceramics) 4:30pm Studio (Randall) 3:00pm - 9:30pm 6:00pm Drea Co-opuses Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals (Lower Level Ceramics) 3:30pm - 8:00pm 4:00pm Meet Toddler Art (Quandary) 5:00pm a Local Artist: Jeremy Green (Fuqua)

12:00pm - 10:00pm Mel uses studio (ceramics)

3:30pm -- 6:30pm 4:00pm Young Toddler Art (Quandary) 4:30pm 9:30pm Drea uses Studio (Randall) 5:00pm Writers Club (Quandary) 4:30pm - 8:00pm 9:30pm Meet Drea uses Studio (Randall) 5:00pm a Local Artist: Jeremy Green (Fuqua) 8:00pm Young Meet a Writers Local Artist: Green (Fuqua) 5:00pm - 6:30pm Club Jeremy (Quandary) 5:00pm - 6:30pm Young Writers Club (Quandary)

Wednesday, March 27

Thursday, March 28

Wednesday, March 27 9:10am - 11:05am Field Trip with Breck Elementary (ADC) Wednesday, March Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 6:00pm Mel uses27 studio (Ceramics studio)

Thursday, March 28 Inedible Feast (Gallery@OMH) Thursday, March 28(Gallery@SBL) Museum of Memories 9:00am - 12:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 9:10am - 11:05am Field Trip with Breck Elementary Candle (ADC) Cabin 3:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Breckenridge (Randall) 9:10am Tripstudio with Breck Elementary 10:00am- -11:05am 6:00pm Field Mel uses (Ceramics studio) (ADC)

Museum of (Gallery@OMH) Memories (Gallery@SBL) Inedible Feast 10:00am - 5:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics) Inedible (Gallery@OMH) 9:00am -Feast 12:00pm Ceramic Open Studio (Ceramic Studio) 3:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Wild Balance (Fuqua) 9:00am Ceramic Studio (Ceramic Studio) 10:00am-- -12:00pm 5:00pmCMC Mel Class usesOpen studio (Ceramics) 5:30pm 9:50pm (Ceramic Studio)

4:30pm School Art (Quandary) 10:00am 6:00pmAfter Mel uses studio (Ceramics studio) Candle Cabin 3:00pm - -5:30pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Breckenridge (Randall) 5:00pm Open Studio (Hot Shop) Candle Cabin 3:00pm - 8:00pm 6:00pm Welding Co-op Artist Hours: Breckenridge (Randall) 4:30pm - 8:30pm 5:30pm Beginner After School Art (Quandary) 5:30pm Woodworking (Fuqua)

10:00am 5:00pmInedible Mel uses studio (Ceramics) 3:00pm - -6:30pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Wild Balance 5:30pm Feast: Member's Preview (Fuqua) (OMH) 3:00pm 6:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: WildReception Balance (Fuqua) 5:30pm -- 9:30pm 9:50pm Inedible CMC Class (Ceramic Studio) 6:30pm Feast: Opening (OMH) 5:30pm - 9:50pm Class (Ceramic Studio)Preview (OMH) 6:30pm CMC Inedible Feast: Member's

4:30pm 5:30pm After School Art (Quandary) 5:00pm -- 7:30pm 8:00pm Soy Welding Open Studio (Hot Shop) 6:00pm Candles (Randall) 5:00pm Studio (Hot Shop) 5:30pm - 8:00pm 8:30pm Welding BeginnerOpen Woodworking (Fuqua) 5:30pm Woodworking (Fuqua) 6:00pm - 8:30pm 7:30pm Beginner Soy Candles (Randall)

5:30pm Preview (OMH) 6:30pm - 6:30pm 9:30pm Inedible Feast: Member's Opening Reception (OMH) 6:30pm - 9:30pm Inedible Feast: Opening Reception (OMH)

6:00pm - 7:30pm Soy Candles (Randall)

Friday, March 29

Saturday, March 30

Friday, 29 InedibleMarch Feast (Gallery@OMH) Friday, March 29 Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 1:00pm Mel uses studio (Ceramics)

Saturday, March 30 Inedible Feast (Gallery@OMH) Saturday, March Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL) 10:00am - 2:00pm Mel30 uses studio (Ceramic studio)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of Memories (Gallery@SBL)

Museum of (Gallery@OMH) Memories (Gallery@SBL) Inedible Feast 10:30am - 11:00am Toddler Art (Quandary) Inedible (Gallery@OMH) 10:00am -4:00pm 1:00pm Mel Open uses studio 1:00pm -Feast CMC Studio(Ceramics) (Ceramic Studio)

Museum of (Gallery@OMH) Memories (Gallery@SBL) Inedible Feast 12:00pm - 2:30pm Beginner Metalsmithing: Drop In (Hot Shop) Inedible (Gallery@OMH) 10:00am -5:00pm 2:00pm MelHand uses studio (Ceramic studio) 2:00pm -Feast Clay Building: Drop In (Ceramic Studio)

10:00am 1:00pmOpen Mel uses studio (Ceramics) 10:30am 11:00am Toddler Art Laura (Quandary) 2:00pm - -5:00pm Install: Shill (Gallery@OMH) 10:30am 11:00am Art (Quandary) 1:00pm CMC Open Studio (Ceramic 2:00pm - -4:00pm 5:00pm TinToddler Shop Open House: SadieStudio) Sheldon (Tin Shop)

10:00am uses studio (Ceramic studio) 12:00pm 2:30pm Mel Beginner Metalsmithing: Drop In (Hot Shop) More Items...- 2:00pm 12:00pm- -5:00pm 2:30pmClay Beginner Metalsmithing: Drop In (Hot Shop) 2:00pm Hand Building: Drop In (Ceramic Studio) 2:00pm - 5:00pm Clay More Items... Sunday, March 31Hand Building: Drop In (Ceramic Studio)

6:00pm - 5:00pm 8:30pm Tin Beginner Ceramics: Drop In (Ceramic 2:00pm Shop Open House: Sadie SheldonStudio) (Tin Shop) 5:30pm Open Studio 6:00pm - 8:30pm Woodworking Beginner Glassblowing: Drop(Fuqua) In (Hot Shop) 5:30pm OpenDrop Studio (Fuqua) Studio) 6:00pm - 8:30pm Woodworking Beginner Ceramics: In (Ceramic

Sunday, March 31 Inedible Feast (Gallery@OMH) Sunday, March 31 (Gallery@SBL) Museum of Memories 9:00am - 12:00pm Co-op Artist Hours: Chris Hosbach (Lower Level

1:00pm - 5:00pm 4:00pm Open CMC Open Studio Studio) 2:00pm Install: Laura(Ceramic Shill (Gallery@OMH) 5:30pm - 5:00pm 8:30pm Tin Woodworking Open Studio (Fuqua) Open Install: Shill (Gallery@OMH) 2:00pm Shop OpenLaura House: Sadie Sheldon (Tin Shop)

Ceramics: DropDrop In (Ceramic 6:00pm - 8:30pm Beginner Glassblowing: In (Hot Studio) Shop) 6:00pm - 8:30pm Beginner Glassblowing: Drop In (Hot Shop) Calendar - Arts District Calendar - Arts District Calendar - Arts District

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BENCHMARKING STATS FROM COMPARABLE NATIONAL CRAFT SCHOOLS BENCHMARKING ORGANIZATIONS

#1 KIMBALL ART CENTER (PARK CITY, UT)

#2 ARROWMONT SCHOOL OF ARTS & CRAFTS (GATLINBURG, TN)

ORGANIZATION/BUDGET/STAFF Annual Operating Budget

$1,900,000

$4,820,764

Earned/Contributed Revenue

Earned:60% Contributed: 40%

Earned: 58% Contributed: 42%

# of Full Time Staff

11

28

# of Part Time Staff

6

2

# of Instructors

~25

~150

Are instructors Employees or Contractors?

Employees

Contractors

Expense: Staffing/% of Annual Budget

$1,026,000/54%

$1,200,000/24%

PROGRAM/OPERATIONS/MARKETING

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# of Offered + Fulfilled Events in 2018

~250

~220 week-long classes = ~1,100 individual sessions

Average Studio Capacity

12

12-14

Event Cancellations + Capacities

30% of scheduled events were canceled; of those that ran, 50% were at least half capacity

N/A% of scheduled events were canceled; of those that ran, 80% were at least half capacity

Operating Hours for Event Registration

Classes run between 8am10pm. During festivals they run from 10am-6pm.

Open 9am-5pm.

Do you offer housing for instructors, staff, visiting artists?

No

Yes, but not staff

Expense: Marketing/% Annual Budget

$285,000/15%

$41,000/1%

2014–2019 BRECKENRIDGE ARTS DISTRICT


NOTE Events are defined as fee-based or admission-free classes, workshops, open studios, youth programs and/or special events. Many of these organizations have a cancellation policy that requires event registration to be above a certain capacity

#3 SNOWFARM: THE NEW ENGLAND CRAFT PROGRAM (WILLIAMSBURG, MA)

#4 MCCOLL CENTER FOR ART + INNOVATION (CHARLOTTE, NC)

BRECKENRIDGE CREATIVE ARTS (BRECKENRIDGE, CO)

$1,390,000

$1,700,000

$2,902,290

Earned: 70% Contributed: 30%

Earned: 10% Contributed: 90%

Earned: 15% Contributed: 85%

9

8

11 (10 currently)

10

5

16

~150

~20

~40

Employees

Contractors

Contractors

$903,500/65%

$680,000/40%

$1,199,647/41%

~600 + open studios

~150

~670 registrable campus events in AudienceView

8

N/A

5

N/A

0% of scheduled events were canceled; of those that ran, 52% were over half capacity

Open 9am-5pm year-round, though classes are held mostly May-Oct

Open 26 hours per week

Open 305 days/year, 62 hours/week, 2,701 hours/year

Yes

Yes, but only for visiting artists

Yes, but only for visiting artists

$35,000/2%

$68,000/4%

$250,000/8.5%

12% of scheduled events were canceled; of those that ran, 100% were at least half capacity

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2014–2019 BRECKENRIDGE ARTS DISTRICT