Breckenridge Creative Arts Fall/Winter 2018 Happenings

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BRECKENRIDGE CREATIVE ARTS FALL/WINTER 2018 HAPPENINGS

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CONTENTS Welcome

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Arts District

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Membership

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Registration

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Pricing

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Schedule-at-a-Glance

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Core Classes

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Master Classes

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Private Classes

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Date Nights

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Youth Programs

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Open Studios

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Co-op Artists

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Artists-in-Residence

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Exhibitions

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Public Art

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Tours

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Special Events

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Festivals

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Instructors

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General Information

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Funders + Sponsors

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Breckenridge Creative Arts 150 West Adams Avenue Post Office Box 4269 Breckenridge, CO 80424 info@breckcreate.org 970 547 3100

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WELCOME Discover the creative side of Breckenridge. Whether you enjoy exhibitions of contemporary art, or fun-filled festivals where you can touch the artwork and become a performer yourself. Whether you want to take a class, attend a talk, see a film, tour public artwork or watch artists at work—we have something to ignite your imagination. Breckenridge Creative Arts serves artists, creatives, cultural enthusiasts, visitors and residents with a year-round schedule of creative happenings throughout our picturesque mountain town—from the concert hall, local theaters and galleries we manage, to the Breckenridge Arts District, a campus of quaint historic structures that offers a full calendar of classes, workshops and open studios. Here, nestled in a cozy valley under spectacular snow-capped peaks, we invite you to join us in the exchange of ideas, to collaborate and revel in creative community. It is our sincere hope that you, too, will find inspiration in this most unique of places.

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ARTS DISTRICT The Breckenridge Arts District is a hub for creative experience, bringing together studios, galleries, performance spaces, historic landmarks, public art, restaurants, cafÊs and other creative businesses that animate and populate a vibrant cultural corridor in downtown Breckenridge. The district’s core attraction is a lively arts campus of renovated historic structures that now function as studio spaces for classes, workshops, affordable rentals by local artists and visiting artist-in-residence programs. The Breckenridge Arts District is a Certified District in the Colorado Creative Industries Creative District Program.

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MEMBERSHIP Share your love of Breckenridge Creative Arts and its many creative programs with your family, friends and colleagues by giving them a gift membership. Available year-round, Breckenridge Creative Arts memberships help support BCA’s mission and provide exclusive member benefits including: • • • • • • •

25% discount on registration fee for all classes and open studios Waived service fee for online registration Exclusive members’ previews of exhibitions and special events Quarterly digital magazine by email Quarterly course catalog by mail Invitation to special events 12-month membership term

Membership Levels Individual $50 Student + Senior + Artist $35 To purchase a membership, please call 970 547 3100 or visit breckcreate.org/membership

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REGISTRATION Online tickets.breckcreate.org 24 hours a day, 7 days a week In-Person Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St. Mon: 3–8pm, Tue + Wed: 9am–8pm, Thu: 3–8pm, Fri + Sat: 9am–8pm, Sun: Closed Riverwalk Center Ticket Office, 150 W. Adams Ave. Tue–Fri, 12–5pm By Phone Riverwalk Center Ticket Office | 970 547 3100 Tue–Fri, 12–5pm All participants, even pre-registered, are required to check-in at Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St., prior to class. Please allow a minimum of 10 minutes prior to class start for registration process. For online and phone orders, there is a $1 to $4 per registration service fee. There is no service fee for members or in-person orders. Space is limited for drop-in participants; first-come, first-served.

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rAnge:10 HOLIDAY EDITION

GALLERY@OMH | DEC 8, 7–9PM FREE | Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts | breckcreate.org

rAnge:10 is an open showcase for the local community. Join us for our holiday edition featuring Caroling Karaoke, a holiday-themed song party immediately following the tree illumination ceremony at the Lighting of Breckenridge.

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PRICING BCA is committed to affordable and accessible education opportunities for our community and guests. • • •

Core Classes are all priced the same: BCA Member: $15; Non-Member: $20 Master Classes are all priced the same: BCA Member: $30; Non-Member: $40 Open Studios are all priced the same: BCA Member: $12; Non-Member: $16

An additional materials/studio fee applies for classes in the Hot Shop and Ceramic Studio. For participants interested in attending a variety of classes, we encourage you to become a BCA member and take advantage of a 25% discount on class and open studio fees along with other benefits. Membership provides a great opportunity to explore different mediums and programs, all with big savings. Gift Cards You can also purchase a gift card in various denominations which can be applied against class tuition, open studio fees and cost of materials. Gift cards are non-refundable and non-transferable. Individual classes, memberships and gift cards can be purchased through breckcreate.org or by contacting the Ticket Office at 970 547 3100. more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


FALL/WINTER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: WEEKLY CLASSES TITLE

DATES

TIME

9/10–12/17 9/10–12/17 9/10–12/17 9/10, 10/8, 11/2, 12/10

12–3pm 3–8pm 5–8pm

9/4–12/18 9/4 –12/18 9/4–12/18 9/4–12/18 9/4–12/18 9/4–12/18 9/4–12/18

9am–8pm 3–6pm 3:30–4pm 5–8pm 5–6:30pm 6–8:30pm 7–9pm

9/5–12/26 9/5–12/26 9/5–12/19 9/5–12/19 9/5–12/19 9/5–12/19 9/5–12/19

9am–8pm 9am–12pm 12–3pm 4:30–5:30pm 7–9pm 6–8:30pm 6:30–8pm

MONDAYS Co-op Artist Hours: Breck Candle Cabin Gallery@OMH Exhibition Hours Ceramics Open Studio Metalsmithing Open Studio

5–8pm

TUESDAYS Gallery@OMH Exhibition Hours Co-op Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals Toddler Art Ceramics Open Studio Young Writers Club Intermediate/Advanced Ceramics Beginner Metalsmithing

WEDNESDAYS Gallery@OMH Exhibition Hours Ceramics Open Studio Co-op Artist Hours: Breck Candle Cabin After School Art Bangles + Bracelets Beginner Ceramics Soy Candles

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INSTRUCTOR

LOCATION

COST

Bernadette Foley N/A Chris Hosbach

Randall Barn FREE Gallery@OMH FREE Ceramic Studio $

Sharon Speedy

Hot Shop

N/A Erica Ragusa Paige P. Scheuermann Greg Bushey Sonya Dalrymple Kaitie Pusey Sharon Speedy

Gallery@OMH FREE Lower Level Ceramics FREE Quandary Antiques Cabin FREE Ceramic Studio $ Fuqua Livery Stable FREE Ceramic Studio $ Hot Shop $

N/A Kristina Nethaway Bernadette Foley Paige P. Scheuermann Sharon Speedy Katherine Turnquist Bernadette Foley

Gallery@OMH FREE Ceramic Studio $ Randall Barn FREE Quandary Antiques Cabin FREE Hot Shop $ Ceramic Studio $ Randall Barn $

$

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FALL/WINTER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: WEEKLY CLASSES TITLE

DATES

TIME

THURSDAYS Gallery@OMH Exhibition Hours 9/6–12/27 Co-op Artist Hours: Ambika Herbals 9/6–12/20 Junior Executive Art Panel 9/6–12/20* Intermediate Glassblowing 9/6–12/20 Artist-in-Residence Studio Hours see page 34

3–8pm 3–6pm 3:45–5:15pm 6–9pm 1–5pm

FRIDAYS Gallery@OMH Exhibition Hours 9/7–12/28 9am–8pm Toddler Art 9/7–12/21 10:30–11am Artist-in-Residence Studio Hours see page 34 1–5pm Oil Painting 9/14–12/28* 2–5pm Art:Works 9/7, 10/5, 11/2, 12/7 5–7pm Beginner Glassblowing 9/7–12/21 6–8:30pm SATURDAYS Gallery@OMH Exhibition Hours 9/8–12/29 9am–8pm Second Saturdays for Families 9/8, 10/13, 11/10, 12/8 10am–12pm Beginner Ceramics 9/8–12/29 9am–12pm Beginner Metalsmithing 9/8–12/22 12–2:30pm Ceramics Open Studio 9/8–12/29 5–8pm *NOTE: No classes Mon Oct 29–Sat Dec 8; Co-op Artist Hours, Visiting Artist Working Studios, Open Studios + Monthly/Special Events continue. Art District Campus is closed on following holidays: Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day. Junior Executive Art Panel meets every other week. Oil Painting meets 2nd + 4th Fridays only.

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INSTRUCTOR

LOCATION

COST

N/A Gallery@OMH FREE Erica Ragusa Lower Level Ceramics FREE Karen Fischer Fuqua Livery Stable FREE Jared Clauer Hot Shop $ A-I-R Tin Shop + Robert Whyte House FREE

N/A Gallery@OMH FREE Paige P. Scheuermann Quandary Antiques Cabin FREE A-I-R Tin Shop + Robert Whyte House FREE Amy Evans Fuqua Livery Stable $ Mindy Regner Fuqua Livery Stable FREE Jared Clauer Hot Shop $

N/A Gallery@OMH FREE Kia Neill Fuqua Livery Stable FREE Kaitie Pusey Ceramic Studio $ Kerri Anne Stassen Hot Shop $ Chris Hosbach Ceramic Studio $

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FALL/WINTER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: SPECIAL EVENTS TITLE

DATES

TIME

9/7 9/8 9/8, 9/15, 9/22, 9/29 9/14

5–7pm 10am–12pm

SEPTEMBER Art:Works Second Saturdays for Families Hike + Shoot: Landscape Photography Master Class: Photography

5–7pm 4–7pm

OCTOBER Art:Works Second Saturdays for Families Master Class: Blazing Saddles Painting Workshop Museum of Memories Opening Reception Burn, Baby, Burn: Solar Pyrography Date Night: Role Play//Halloween Costumes

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10/5 5–7pm 10/13 10am–12pm 10/13 1–4pm 10/17 6–8pm 10/20, 10/27 1–3pm 10/26 7–9pm


LOCATION

COST

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Fuqua Livery Stable Fuqua Livery Stable

FREE FREE

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Tin Shop Tin Shop

FREE $$

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Fuqua Livery Stable Fuqua Livery Stable Fuqua Livery Stable Gallery@SBL Tin Shop Gallery@OMH

FREE FREE $$ FREE FREE $

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FALL/WINTER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: SPECIAL EVENTS TITLE

DATES

TIME

11/1–11/3 11/1 11/2 11/2 11/2 11/9 11/10 11/16 11/24

time varies 5:30–8:30pm 5–7pm 5:30–8:30pm 6:30–7pm 7–9pm 10am–12pm 7–10pm 1–3pm

NOVEMBER Día de los Muertos BREW: Coco Screening + Conversation Art:Works Justin Favela: Ofrenda Opening Reception Artist Talk with Justin Favela Date Night: Ceramics Second Saturdays for Families Sonic Lodge Upcycled Art Workshop

DECEMBER Upcycled Art Workshop 12/1 Screen-Printed Canvas Bag Workshop 12/1, 12/8, 12/15 Art:Works 12/7 Second Saturdays for Families 12/8 Improvisation Workshop 12/8, 12/15, 12/22 Handmade Holiday 12/8 + 12/9 Handmade Holiday: Makeshift 12/8 + 12/9 Handmade Holiday: rAnge:10//Karaoke Caroling 12/8 Master Class: Mixed Media Sculpture 12/15 Date Night: It’s Friday, I’m in Love//Painting 12/21

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1–3pm 3–5pm 5–7pm 10am–noon 1–3pm 3–9pm, 3–7pm 3–6pm 7–9pm 1–4pm 7–9pm


LOCATION

COST

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Arts District Campus Gallery@BRK Fuqua Livery Stable Gallery@OMH Gallery@OMH Gallery@OMH Fuqua Livery Stable Gallery@OMH Tin Shop

FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE $ FREE FREE FREE

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Tin Shop

FREE

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Robert Whyte House Fuqua Livery Stable Fuqua Livery Stable

FREE FREE FREE

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Tin Shop Arts District Campus Quandary Antiques Cabin Gallery@OMH Fuqua Livery Stable Gallery@OMH

FREE FREE FREE FREE $$ $

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FALL/WINTER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: FESTIVALS TITLE

DATES

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BREW: Hacienda Real Appetizers + Coco Screening BREW: Film Discussion w/ Justin Favela

11/1 11/1

5:30–7:45pm 7:45–8:30pm

Face Painting Photo Booth Ofrenda Construction w/ Justin Favela Skeleton Engravings w/ Damien Noll Museum of Memories Interactive Tour Art:Works Grupo Mezcla Salsa Band Opening Party with Fritangas Buffet Artist Talk w/ Justin Favela

11/2 11/2 11/2 11/2 11/2 11/2 11/2 11/2 11/2

3–8pm 3–8pm 3–8pm 3–4pm 4–5pm 5–7pm 5–8pm 5–8pm 6:30–7pm

Costume Prep for La Corrida Flash Mob w/ Alpine Dance Academy La Corrida de los Muertos Face Painting Photo Booth Paper Mache Masks Skeleton Engravings w/ Damien Noll Bedazzled Skulls + Bones Catrina Dolls w/ Adrián Marban Ofrenda Construction w/ Justin Favela Baile Folklórico Dance Workshop Museum of Memories Interactive Tour White Boots Appetizers Baile Folklórico Performance

11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3 11/3

9am 10am 10:15am 12–5pm 12–5pm 12, 2 + 4pm 12, 2 + 4pm 12, 2 + 4pm 12, 2 + 4pm 12–5pm 1–3pm 4–5pm 5–5:30pm 5:30–7pm

Día de los Muertos: Nov 1–3

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LOCATION

COST

Breckenridge Theater Breckenridge Theater

FREE FREE

Gallery@OMH Gallery@OMH Gallery@OMH Tin Shop Gallery@SBL Fuqua Livery Stable Gallery@OMH Gallery@OMH Gallery@OMH

FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

Gallery@OMH Arts District Campus Arts District Campus Fuqua Livery Stable Fuqua Livery Stable Quandary Antiques Cabin Tin Shop Ceramic Studio Randall Barn Gallery@OMH Breckenridge Theater Gallery@SBL Gallery@OMH Breckenridge Theater

FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

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CORE CLASSES BCA offers a selection of fine art, craft and design classes that serve beginners to advanced students. Participants can register in advance or drop-in day of workshop; class capacities are limited. All Core Classes are priced equally: $20 per class, or $15 per class if you are a BCA member. An additional materials/studio fee will be charged for classes in the Hot Shop and Ceramic Studio. All Core Classes are beginner level, unless otherwise stated.

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Ceramics Ceramic Studio + $10 materials/studio fee Beginner Ceramics: Wed, 6–8:30pm Instructor: Katherine Turnquist Beginner Ceramics: Sat, 9am–12pm | Instructor: Kaitie Pusey Intermediate/Advanced Ceramics: Tue, 6–8:30pm Instructor: Kaitie Pusey Craft + Artisanal Products Randall Barn Soy Candles: Wed, 6:30–8pm | Instructor: Bernadette Foley Glassblowing Hot Shop + $20 materials/studio fee Beginner Glassblowing: Fri, 6–8:30pm Instructor: Jared Clauer Intermediate Glassblowing: Thu, 6–9pm Instructor: Jared Clauer Metalsmithing Hot Shop + $20 materials/studio fee Beginner Metalsmithing: Tue, 7-9pm Instructor: Sharon Speedy Beginner Metalsmithing: Sat, noon-2:30pm Instructor: Kerri Anne Stassen Bangles + Bracelets: Wed, 7–9pm Instructor: Sharon Speedy Drawing + Painting Fuqua Livery Stable Oil Painting: Second + Fourth Fri, 2–5pm Instructor: Amy Evans *Optional $10 material/studio fee includes canvas, use of paints + brushes All participants, even pre-registered, are required to check-in at Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St., prior to class. Please allow a minimum of 10 minutes prior to class start for registration process. more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


MASTER CLASSES BCA offers a selection of Master Classes for the intermediate students that are looking to go deeper in the advancement of their practice. Participants can register in advance or drop-in day of workshop; class capacities are limited. All Master Classes are priced equally: $40 per class, or $30 per class if you are a BCA member. See materials notes below. Aspen Alley Adventure: Photography Tin Shop + Aspen Alley Trail Fri, Sep 14, 4–7pm | Instructor: Nathan Wallace *Participants must bring their own camera and transportation Blazing Saddles: Painting Fuqua Livery Stable Sat, Oct 13, 1–4pm | Instructor: Jane Hamlin *Optional $10 material/studio fee includes canvas, use of paints and brushes Breck Builders: Mixed Media Sculpture Fuqua Livery Stable Sat, Dec 15, 1–4pm | Instructor: Caroline Drew *Materials included All participants, even pre-registered, are required to check-in at Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St., prior to class. Please allow a minimum of 10 minutes prior to class start for registration process. PAGE

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PRIVATE CLASSES For individuals and groups seeking a personalized experience, we offer private workshops of varying lengths in the following mediums: ceramics, painting,drawing, glassblowing, printmaking, photography and textiles/sewing. Cost: $40 per person + materials fee of $5–10. Class capacity depends upon medium. For individuals (1–2 people), we offer private workshops in the same mediums. Cost: $60 per person + materials fee of $5–10 To schedule a workshop, please contact Becca Spiro at 970 547 3116 ext 1 or becca@breckcreate.org. Please note: Reservations for both group and individual private workshops need to be made two weeks prior to your preferred workshop date and scheduling will depend upon instructor availability. Participants will be charged full amount unless cancellation is requested one week in advance. Credit card information will be collected upon booking.

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DATE NIGHTS

Join BCA for a fun evening of romance and art-making. Whether you are a couple or single looking for a night out, all are welcome on the Arts District campus for hands-on entertainment. Bring your own picnic dinner and enjoy a drink on us. Pre-registration is required and includes one drink; 21+, please. BCA Member: $15; Non-Member: $20.

Role Play: Halloween Costume Design Old Masonic Hall, Upper Level | Instructor: Avery Spratt Fri, Oct 26, 7–9pm Throwing Down + Getting Dirty: Ceramics Class Old Masonic Hall, Upper Level | Instructor: Kia Neill Fri, Nov 9, 7–9pm It’s Friday, I’m in Love: Painting Class Old Masonic Hall, Upper Level | Instructor: Karen Fischer Fri, Dec 21, 7–9pm All participants, even pre-registered, are required to check-in at Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St., prior to class. Please allow a minimum of 10 minutes prior to class start for registration process.

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SECOND SATURDAYS

FOR FAMILIES 10AM - 12PM, FUQUA LIVERY STABLE

SEP 8, OCT 13, NOV 10, DEC 8 Join us on the Arts District campus the second Saturday of each month from 10am to 12pm for free hands-on kids activities and creative crafts. Children of all ages welcome with parent or guardian present; first come-first served.

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YOUTH PROGRAMS

BCA works with Summit County schools and K-12 participants to provide a diverse offering of arts activities. Admission is free and on a first-come, first-served basis. Registration is encouraged to reserve a space; limited capacity. For more details on all programs visit breckcreate.org. KIDS After School Art Quandary Antiques Cabin, FREE Ages 6–12 | Wed, 4:30–5:30pm Instructor: Paige P. Scheuermann Parents must register at Old Masonic Hall for first-time participants. Toddler Art Quandary Antiques Cabin, FREE Ages 1–5 | Tue, 3:30–4pm + Fri, 10:30–11am Instructor: Paige P. Scheuermann Parents are required to attend. Please register for child only.

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TEENS Junior Executive Art Panel (JEAP) Fuqua Livery Stable, FREE Ages 13 – 18 | First + Third Thursdays, 3:45–5:15pm Instructor: Karen Fischer Second and Fourth Thursdays meet at Summit High School Young Writers Club Fuqua Livery Stable, FREE Ages 13–18 | Tue, 5–6:30pm Instructor: Sonya Dalrymple *Age-range flexible FAMILIES Second Saturdays Fuqua Livery Stable, FREE All Ages | Monthly; Sep 8, Oct 13, Nov 10, Dec 8, 10am–12pm Instructor: Kia Neill *Parents are required to attend. Please register for child only. Art:Works Fuqua Livery Stable, FREE All ages | Fridays 3–5pm Monthly; Sep 7, Oct 5, Nov 2, Dec 7, 5–7pm Instructor: Mindy Regner *Parents are required to attend. Please register for child only. All participants, even pre-registered, are required to check-in at Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St., prior to class. Please allow a minimum of 10 minutes prior to class start for registration process. more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


OPEN STUDIOS

Open Studios are an opportunity to explore a medium independently. Studio technicians will be present to register and orient participants, but these sessions are not led by an instructor. Prior to attending an Open Studio, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium. All Open Studios are priced equally: $16 per session, or $12 per session if you are a BCA member. Pay for materials as you go. Materials cost anywhere from $1–$20, depending on quantity purchased. All participants, even pre-registered, are required to check-in at Old Masonic Hall, 136 S. Main St., prior to class. Please allow a minimum of 10 minutes prior to class start for registration process. Ceramics Open Studio Ceramic Studio Mon, 5–8pm | Studio Tech: Chris Hosbach Tue, 5–8pm | Studio Tech: Greg Bushey Wed, 9am–12pm | Studio Tech: Kristina Nethaway Sat, 5–8pm | Studio Tech: Chris Hosbach Metalsmithing Open Studio Hot Shop Sep 10, Oct 8, Nov 12, Dec 10 5-8pm, Studio Tech: Sharon Speedy *Participants must bring their own materials or works-in-progress. Materials are not available for purchase. PAGE

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BREW: IDEAS + CREATION LAB BRECKENRIDGE THEATER | THU, NOV 1 | 5:30–8:30PM FREE | Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts | breckcreate.org

Topic: Coco Screening + Conversation with Justin Favela 5:30pm: Hacienda Real Appetizers 6pm: Coco Screening 7:45–8:30pm: Film Discussion led by Justin Favela Join us for a screening of the Pixar-Disney animated film Coco, based on the Mexican holiday of the Day of the Dead, and join Gallery@OMH artist Justin Favela for a discussion on all the ways that the film succeeds and fails at representing the holiday and the Latino community. Co-presented with the Breckenridge Film Festival. Part of Día de los Muertos, Nov 1–3

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CO-OP ARTISTS Local creative entrepreneurs who rent affordable space on the Arts District campus and host regular visiting hours in their studios for the public to observe their process.

Ambika Herbals | Erica Ragusa Ceramic Studio, Lower Level, FREE | Tue + Thu, 3–6pm ambikaherbals.com Ambika Herbals is an apothecary that promotes the ritual of self-care. Breckenridge Candle Cabin | Bernadette Foley Randall Barn, FREE | Mon + Wed, 12–3pm breckenridgecandlecabin.com Breckenridge Candle Cabin makes products that are kosher and environmentally friendly. Wild Balance | Annie Kerr Fuqua Livery Stable, FREE | Visit website for hours thewildbalance.com Wild Balance is a growing jewelry company, creating handmade earrings and necklaces.

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ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE

BCA’s artist-in-residence program offers regional, national and international artists of all disciplines an opportunity to focus on process rather than product while engaging with the local community in a meaningful way. For more information, visit: breckcreate.org/artists-in-residence The artist-in-residence program is a partnership between Breckenridge Creative Arts and the Saddle Rock Society. Tin Shop Artist: Nathan Wallace Portland, Oregon Sep 1–30 photography Nathan Patrick Wallace is a photographer whose landscape work focuses on capturing the mood and feeling of a specific place and time. Nathan likes to approach wilderness scenes and portraiture the same way, creating intimate and vivid images that transport the viewer to the exact moment in which they were created. Nathan uses a variety of photographic formats to generate the specific aesthetic he is trying to achieve. Hike + Shoot: Landscape Photography Workshop Tin Shop | Sat, Sep 8, 15, 22, 29, 5–7pm, ages 15+, FREE Embark on a creative hike with Nathan every Saturday in September. Participants must bring their own camera and sturdy walking shoes. Working Studio Hours with Nathan Tin Shop | Thu + Fri, 1–5pm, all ages, FREE Meet Nathan Wallace, learn about his creative process and see examples of his work. PAGE PAGE

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ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE Robert Whyte House Artist: Justin Favela Las Vegas, Nevada Oct 15–Nov 18 mixed media installation, performance Justin Favela is a Las Vegas native working in the mediums of painting, sculpture and performance. His work draws from art history, popular culture and his Guatemalan/Mexican heritage. He has participated in exhibitions across the United States and the United Kingdom. Favela also co-hosts popular podcast Latinos Who Lunch. Working Studio Hours with Justin Old Masonic Hall | Fri, 1–5pm, all ages, FREE Meet Justin Favela and help him build his immersive installation made of piñata materials. *No Working Studio on Oct 26. BREW: Ideas + Creation Lab Breckenridge Theater, FREE Thu Nov 1, 5:30-8:30pm Topic: Coco Screening + Conversation with artist Justin Favela Enjoy a screening of the Pixar-Disney animated film Coco, based on the Mexican holiday of the Day of the Dead, and join Gallery@OMH artist Justin Favela for a discussion on all the ways that the film succeeds and fails at representing the holiday and the Latino community. This event is co-presented with Breckenridge Film Festival.

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ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE Tin Shop Artist: Damien Noll Herault, France Oct 15–Nov 15 solar pyrography Damien Noll uses the sunlight to draw. His only tools are the sun, a magnifying lens, and a burnable surface. In his latest work on animal skulls and bones, the final markings, like a black line tattoo, are individual to each piece. The markings become a sort of outfit for passage onto the next, more ghostly realm. The immaterial rays of sunlight give new context, new meaning and new life to otherwise forgotten lives. It’s a resurrection of sorts. Burn, Baby, Burn: Solar Pyrography Tin Shop | Sat, Oct 20 + 27, 1–3pm, all ages, FREE Learn about the art of pyrography, a simple and natural process that you can do at home. All participants will take home an engraved piece of wood. Skeleton Engravings Tin Shop, Fri 3–4pm + Sat 12, 2 + 4pm, all ages, FREE. Burn skeleton designs into wood using magnifying glasses and sunshine. Working Studio Hours with Damien Tin Shop | Thu + Fri, 1–5pm, all ages, FREE Meet Damien Noll, learn about his creative process and see examples of his work.

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Tin Shop Artist: Alan Moore Littleton, Colorado; Nov 17–Dec 3; upcycled art The Moores are a family of seven who live in beautiful Colorado. They create bright, colorful, folk art out of upcycled and repurposed materials. Their primary medium includes vintage soda and beer cans, bottle caps dating back to 1915, and salvaged wood. The Moores promote family-based creativity and environmental stewardship through multiple art events each year. Alan and his oldest daughters Isabella and Emma currently sell their art nationally in galleries and from their home studio. Upcycled Art Workshop Tin Shop | Nov 24 + Dec 1, 1–3pm, all ages, FREE Make beautiful creations from vintage bottle caps and cans, wire, wood and more. Working Studio Hours with Alan Tin Shop | Thu + Fri, 1–5pm, all ages, FREE Meet Alan Moore, learn about his creative process and see examples of his work. Robert Whyte House Artist: Liz Von Graevenitz Robert Whyte House Artist: Liz Von Graevenitz Sheffield, South Yorkshire, United Kingdom Nov 30–Dec 31; painting, drawing, stencils, public art Liz is inspired by anatomical diagrams, the natural environment, historical and present cultures, folklore, and music. She is passionate about the preservation of traditional draughtsmanship and the use of specific technical skills, lost in a technologically driven generation. She uses a range of media, and it is crucial that her materials tell a story in themselves to describe and present the work accordingly. more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE Robert Whyte House Artist: Liz Von Graevenitz (cont’d) Screen-Printed Canvas Bag Workshop Robert Whyte House | Dec 1, 8, 15, 3–5pm, all ages, FREE Create a unique screen print design to be transferred to a canvas bag. Community Mural with Liz Tin Shop | Thu + Fri, 1–5pm, all ages, FREE Help Liz create a community mural inside the Tin Shop using natural pigments and stencils. Tin Shop Artist: Chelsea A. Flowers Detroit, Michigan; Dec 5–Jan 5 performance art, comedy, participatory art Chelsea A. Flowers holds an MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. She has shown work at various galleries and alternative spaces in Columbus and Cleveland OH. Additionally, she has held performative lectures in Detroit, MI. Flowers explores ideas of “otherness” through comedic troupes, physical play, nostalgic memorabilia, and participatory performance. Improvisation Workshop Tin Shop | Dec 8, 15, 22, 1–3pm, all ages, FREE Learn and practice improvisation skills and explore the art of comedy through play, dance and investigation. Working Studio Hours with Chelsea Tin Shop | Thu + Fri, 1–5pm, all ages, FREE Meet Chelsea Flowers, learn about her creative process and see examples of her work. Working Studio Hours for all Artists-in-Residence are Thu + Fri, 1–5pm PAGE

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MAKESHIFT HOLIDAY EDITION QUANDARY ANTIQUES CABIN | DEC 8–9, 3–6PM FREE | Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts | breckcreate.org

Project: Make Your Own Christmas Ornament Celebrate the holidays by visiting our make-and-take ornament station on the Arts District campus and create a special, one-of-a-kind gift for family or friends. MakeShift is a quarterly makers’ event featuring creative projects with guest makers and other DIY-inspired activities. Part of Handmade Holiday, Dec 8–9

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BCA + BFF CURATES

BRECKENRIDGE FILM FESTIVAL: PAST + PRESENT Sep 20, 2018–Jan 20, 2019 Gallery@BRK | Breckenridge Theater | FREE Since its opening event in 1981, the Breckenridge Film Festival (BFF) has celebrated the art of filmmaking. This exhibition celebrates the historied successes of BFF and the 2018 iteration of the festival. The 38th annual Breckenridge Film Festival runs September 20–23, 2018.

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EXHIBITIONS BCA’s exhibition program is a contemporary series of seasonally rotating installations, events and interventions employing visual art, performance, film, digital media and social practice. Four spaces form the physical center of BCA’s exhibition program—Gallery@OMH, located at Old Masonic Hall on Main Street; Gallery@BRK, located inside Breckenridge Theater; Gallery@SBL, located on the lower level of the Community Center and South Branch Library; and Gallery@SKY, our pop-up outdoor gallery, which includes all shared, open-air community spaces in which art is exhibited, from public plazas to town trails. These host important works by local, regional, national, and international artists, and are activated by creative happenings that invite community participation through performance, audience co-creation, and interaction with the artworks and one another. For more information on exhibitions and schedule, visit: breckcreate.org/exhibitions Gallery@OMH, Admission: FREE Gallery Hours: Mon: 3–8pm; Tue + Wed: 9am–8pm Thu: 3–8pm; Fri + Sat: 9am–8pm; Sun: Closed Gallery@BRK, Admission: FREE Gallery Hours: Hours vary; please contact Nicole Dial-Kay at nicole@breckcreate.org to schedule a visit. Gallery@SBL, Admission: FREE Gallery Hours: Mon–Thu: 9am–7pm; Fri–Sat: 9am–5pm; Sun: 1–5pm Gallery@SKY, Admission: FREE Gallery Hours: 24 hours a day more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


EXHIBITIONS Breckenridge Film Festival: Past + Present Gallery@BRK, Breckenridge Theater, FREE Sep 20, 2018–Jan 20, 2019 Since its opening event in 1981, the Breckenridge Film Festival (BFF) has celebrated the art of filmmaking. Each year a unique and varied array of independent films, premieres, receptions, educational programs and retrospectives honoring featured guests takes place high in the Colorado Rockies. This exhibition celebrates the historied successes of BFF and the 2018 iteration of the festival. The 38th annual Breckenridge Film Festival runs September 20–23, 2018. Museum of Memories Gallery@SBL, Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center + Summit County South Branch Library, FREE Oct 17, 2018–Apr 17, 2019 Opening Reception | Gallery@SBL Wed, Oct 17, 6–8pm Museum of Memories is a contemporary installation curated by the Junior Executive Art Panel and Summit High School. The exhibition includes large-scale collaborative works by all nine schools in Summit County, and invites visitors to contemplate personal memories, collective history, public commemoration and the passage of time.

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BCA CURATES

MUSEUM OF MEMORIES SUMMIT COUNTY SCHOOL STUDENTS Oct 17, 2018–Apr 17, 2019 Gallery@SBL | Community Center + Summit County South Branch Library | FREE Collaborative works by all nine schools in Summit County that invites visitors to contemplate personal memories, collective history, public commemoration and the passage of time. Curated by the Junior Executive Art Panel and Summit High School

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OFRENDA JUSTIN FAVELA

Nov 2, 2018–Jan 13, 2019 Gallery@OMH | Old Masonic Hall | FREE An immersive installation work constructed from piñata material that exaggerates the playfulness and the absurdity of Spanish celebrations. Part of Día de los Muertos, Nov 1–3 Presented in partnership with The Summit Foundation and sponsored by Epic Promise.

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EXHIBITIONS Justin Favela: Ofrenda Gallery@OMH, Old Masonic Hall, FREE Nov 2, 2018–Jan 13, 2019 Opening Reception (part of Día de los Muertos) |Fri, Nov 2, 5:30–8pm; Artist Talk, 6:30pm Inspired by the cultural hybridity evident in the architecture and design of his hometown of Las Vegas, Justin Favela’s paper landscapes pulls imagery from casinos, tourist shops, expansive American shopping malls, and the over-the-top appropriation of Italian luxury. The piñata material evokes the festivity of Spanish celebrations and festivals, while the extreme nature of the installation embraces a slightly absurd experience, blurring the lines between what is real and surreal. Exhibition-related events: Working Studio Hours with Justin Oct 15–Nov 18 Old Masonic Hall | Fri, 1–5pm, all ages, FREE Meet Justin Favela and help him build his immersive installation made of piñata materials. BREW: Ideas + Creation Lab Thu, Nov 1, 5:30–8:30pm Breckenridge Theater, FREE Topic: Coco Screening + Conversation with artist Justin Favela Enjoy a screening of the Pixar-Disney animated film Coco, based on the Mexican holiday of the Day of the Dead, and join Gallery@ OMH artist Justin Favela for a discussion on all the ways that the film succeeds and fails at representing the holiday and the Latino community. This event is co-presented with the Breckenridge Film Festival. more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


PUBLIC ART The Breckenridge public art collection engages passersby from all walks of life, inciting conversation around topics that are quintessentially Breckenridge, from the picturesque mountain environment to rich local history. Pieces in the permanent collection occupy carefully-selected public spaces throughout town, and are thoughtfully curated to enhance the collective aesthetic experience of locals and visitors alike. In addition to the permanent collection, temporary and ephemeral installations bolster the experience of Breckenridge as a haven for creativity high in the Colorado Rocky Mountains. To explore the collection, visit: breckcreate.org/public-art

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PUBLIC ART + DISTRICT TOURS TAKE A SELF-GUIDED TOUR Use your mobile device to listen to the Breckenridge Public Art + Arts District Audio Tour by visiting: spts.us/bca GET A MAP Pick up a map to accompany your walking tour at Old Masonic Hall or the Welcome Center. PLAN YOUR ROUTE To view the public art collection or campus, choose between three pre-organized routes: Public Art | Downtown Public Art | North + East Historic Arts District Campus Alternatively, you can create your own route by entering numbers (1-42) into the Spot ID at the top of the screen.

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SPECIAL EVENTS BCA hosts a series of year-round special events that includes concerts, lectures, creative forums, open houses, family activities and other community gathering opportunities. Sonic Lodge Gallery@OMH, $5 Suggested Donation Nov 16, 7–10pm Join us at Gallery@OMH inside Justin Favela’s immersive exhibition made of piñata material for an evening of punk rock mariachi curated by the artist. Broken Compass Brewery will host a cash bar throughout the night. Handmade Holiday Arts District Campus, FREE Sat, Dec 8, 3–9pm + Sun, Dec 9, 3–7pm Find the perfect gift and come experience the Breckenridge Arts District as it hosts a holiday open house. BCA’s campus instructors will be showcasing their artwork made on the Arts District campus including jewelry, ceramics, candles, prints and more. Come enjoy glühwein (mulled wine) and hot chocolate, a make-and-take ornament station and Caroling Karoke, a holiday-themed song party immediately following the tree illumination ceremony at the Lighting of Breckenridge. Handmade Holiday: MakeShift Quandary Antiques Cabin, FREE Sat + Sun, Dec 8–9, 3–6pm Topic: Make Your Own Christmas Ornament with Paige P. Scheuermann Handmade Holiday: rAnge:10/Caroling Karaoke Edition Gallery@OMH, FREE Sat, Dec 8, 7–9pm Cash bar available. PAGE

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SONIC LODGE OLD MASONIC HALL

NOV 16, 7–10PM Join us at Gallery@OMH inside Justin Favela’s immersive exhibition made of piñata material for an evening of punk rock mariachi curated by the artist. Broken Compass Brewery will host a cash bar throughout the night.

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A three-day commemoration of Day of the Dead featuring hands-on workshops, face painting, art installations and community-made altars.

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DIA DE LOS MUERTOS Thu, Nov 1, 5:30–8:30pm; Fri, Nov 2, 3-8pm; Sat, Nov 3, 9am–7pm FREE | Breckenridge Arts District

Presented in partnership with The Summit Foundation and sponsored by Epic Promise.


FESTIVALS Día de los Muertos Arts District Campus, FREE Thu, Nov 1, 5:30–8:30pm; Fri, Nov 2, 3-8pm; Sat, Nov 3, 9am–7pm A three-day commemoration of Day of the Dead featuring hands-on workshops, face painting, art installations and community-made altars on the Arts District campus. THU, NOV 1, 5:30–8:30pm BREW: Ideas + Creation Lab Breckenridge Theater, FREE Topic: Coco Screening + Conversation with Latinos Who Lunch 5:30pm: Hacienda Real Appetizers 6pm: Coco Screening 7:45–8:30pm: Film Discussion led by Justin Favela Join us for a screening of the Pixar-Disney animated film Coco, based on the Mexican holiday of the Day of the Dead, and join Gallery@OMH artist Justin Favela for a discussion on all the ways that the film succeeds and fails at representing the holiday and the Latino community. Co-presented with the Breckenridge Film Festival. FRI, NOV 2 | 3–8pm 3–8pm: Face Painting, Gallery@OMH, FREE 3–8pm: Photo Booth, Gallery@OMH, FREE 3–8pm: Ofrenda Construction with Justin Favela, Gallery@OMH, FREE 3-4pm: Skeleton Engravings with Damien Noll, Tin Shop, FREE 4–5pm: Museum of Memories Interactive Tour with SHS + Dillon Valley Elementary, Gallery@SBL, FREE 5–7pm: Art:Works, Fuqua, FREE 5–8pm: Grupo Mezcla Salsa Band, Gallery@OMH, FREE 5–8pm: Opening Party with Fritangas Buffet, Gallery@OMH, FREE 6:30–7pm: Artist Talk with Justin Favela, Gallery@OMH, FREE more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


FESTIVALS Día de los Muertos (cont’d) SAT, NOV 3 | 10am–8pm 9am, Costume Prep for La Corrida, OMH, FREE 10am, Flash Mob with Alpine Dance Academy, Arts District Campus, FREE 10:15am, La Corrida de los Muertos, Arts District Campus, FREE 12–5pm: Face Painting, Fuqua Livery Stable, FREE 12–5pm: Photo Booth, Fuqua Livery Stable, FREE 12–1pm, 2–3pm, 4–5pm: Paper Mache Masks, Quandary Antiques Cabin, FREE 12–1pm, 2–3pm, 4–5pm: Skeleton Engravings, Tin Shop, FREE 12–1pm, 2–3pm, 4–5pm: Bedazzled Skulls + Bones, Ceramic Studio, FREE 12–1pm, 2–3pm, 4–5pm: Catrina Dolls with Adrián Marban, Randall Barn, FREE 12–5pm: Ofrenda Construction with Justin Favela, Gallery@OMH, FREE 1–3pm: Baile Folklorico Dance Workshop, Breckenridge Theater, FREE 4-5pm: Museum of Memories Interactive Tour with SHS + Dillon Valley Elementary, Gallery@SBL, FREE 5–5:30, White Boots Appetizers, Breckenridge Theater, FREE 5:30–7pm: Baile Folklorico Performance, Breckenridge Theater, FREE

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Find the perfect gift and come experience the Arts District campus as it hosts a holiday open house. BCA’s instructors will be showcasing their artwork made on the Arts District campus including jewelry, ceramics, candles, prints and more.

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HANDMADE HOLIDAY Dec 8, 3–9pm + Dec 9, 3–7pm FREE | Breckenridge Arts District

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Presented in conjunction with the Lighting of Breckenridge, Dec 8


INSTRUCTORS BCA’s instructors, studio technicians, docents and staff are a committed group of individuals who are passionate about art, and work to create a welcoming and creative environment. Instructors + Studio Techs After School Art: Paige P. Scheuermann Art:Works: Mindy Regner Ceramics: Greg Bushey, Chris Hosbach, Kia Neill, Kristina Nethaway, Kaitie Pusey + Katherine Turnquist Craft + Artisanal Products: Bernadette Foley Date Night: Avery Spratt, Kia Neill + Karen Fischer Drawing + Painting: Amy Evans, Jane Hamlin Hot Shop: Jared Clauer, Kerri Anne Stassen + Sharon Speedy Second Saturdays: Kia Neill Teen Art Club: Karen Fischer Toddler Art: Paige P. Scheuermann Youth Writing Club: Sonya Dalrymple Docents Caroline Chlipala, Marie Dubois, Alyssa Giger, Carol Kelly, Lo Mathews, Joyce Mueller, Rita Neubauer, Maureen Shields, Sharon Smith, Ann Swain, Jane Tarlow + Wendy Wilkerson

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/krē’āt/ mountain arts + culture quarterly

Published by Breckenridge Creative Arts | ISSUE NO. 12, Fall/Winter2018


/krē’āt/ /krē’āt/ is an online magazine published triannually by Breckenridge Creative Arts. Each issue profiles a creative individual or business, cultural organization, event and object of art in a thoughtfully curated visual journey that aims to highlight and promote the greater creative community of Breckenridge. Available September 1, our fall/winter issue explores hybrid culture through a large-scale “piñata painting” by Justin Favela and local community members that integrates symbols of the Latinx/ Chicano experience with cross-cultural icons. It spotlights Summit County’s folkloric dance troupe, Baile Folklórico del Valle, as well as artistic collaborations with local schools. To read this and previous issues of /krē’āt/, please visit breckcreate.org/publications

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GENERAL INFORMATION Course Tuition + Fees Core Classes are all priced the same: BCA Member: $15; Non-Member: $20. Master Classes are all priced the same: BCA Member: $30; Non-Member: $40. Open Studios are all priced the same: BCA Member: $12; Non-Member: $16. The cost of materials may be additional, depending on the medium of the class/session. Class Cancellation All classes and open studio sessions run as scheduled, regardless of number of registrants. If it is necessary for BCA to cancel a class for any reason, registered participants will be notified as soon as possible and offered another workshop or a full refund. Gallery and Registration Hours Gallery@OMH, Old Masonic Hall: Mon: 3–8pm; Tue + Wed: 9am–8pm; Thu: 3–8pm Fri + Sat: 9am–8pm; Sun: Closed Gallery@SBL, Community Center + South Branch Library: Mon–Thu, 9am–7pm; Fri –Sat, 9am–5pm; Sun 1–5pm Gallery@BRK, Breckenridge Theater: Hours vary; contact Nicole Dial-Kay at nicole@breckcreate.org to schedule a visit. Gallery@SKY, Location Varies 24 hours a day Holiday Closures The Arts District Campus is closed on the following holidays: Memorial Day, Labor Day, Thanksgiving, Black Friday, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day

Membership Discounts BCA members receive a 25% discount on class and open studio fees. There are no member discounts on costs of materials

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Payment BCA accepts American Express, Discover, Visa, MasterCard, and exact cash. In addition, PayPal may be used for online purchases. Refund Policy Refunds will only be offered to patrons who have registered for a class that has been canceled. Individually purchased classes are otherwise non-refundable. Registration All participants, even pre-registered, are required to check in at Old Masonic Hall prior to class. Please allow a minimum of 10 minutes prior to class start for registration process. Special Needs Guests with special needs or accessibility requirements should inform the Ticket Office when purchasing tickets. You can also email campus staff with any questions at studioassistant@breckcreate.org. Transportation + Parking Paid parking is available along Main Street, Ridge Street and French Street. The closest parking lot to the campus is on the corner of Ridge and Main Street. Please factor an additional 10 minutes into your travel time to account for parking. Free public transportation is also available on the “Purple Route” and “Trolley.” For bus schedule, visit breckfreeride.com/home Weather + Emergency Closings Pre-registered participants will be notified on the day of the scheduled class and refunded completely. CMC on the Arts District Campus Fall Term: Aug 30–Dec 13 CMC Public Class: Thu, 5–9:30pm CMC Student Open Studios: Mon, 9am–12pm; Fri, 1–4pm; Sun, 6–9pm coloradomtn.edu more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


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