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BRECKENRIDGE CREATIVE ARTS SUMMER 2018 HAPPENINGS

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CONTENTS Welcome

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Arts District

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Membership

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Registration + Pricing

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Schedule-at-a-Glance

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Core Classes

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Private Classes

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Date Nights

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Summer Camps

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Open Studios

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Working Studios

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Artists-in-Residence

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Partner Programs

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Exhibitions

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Public Art

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Tours

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Teacher Academy

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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:

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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, Thu, Fri, 3–8pm; Tue, Wed, Sat, 9am–8pm Riverwalk Center Ticket Office, 150 W. Adams Ave. Mon–Sat, 12–5pm By Phone Riverwalk Center Ticket Office | 970 547 3100 Mon–Sat, 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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PRICING BCA is committed to affordable and accessible education opportunities. All Core Classes and Open Studios are priced the same: BCA Member: $15; Non-Member: $20. An additional materials fee will be charged for classes in the Hot Shop and Ceramic Studio. All Summer Camps are priced the same: $140 for 4-day camp or $40 per day. 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.

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SUMMER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: CLASSES TITLE

DATES

TIME

6/4–8/27 6/4–8/27

4–7pm 5–8pm

6/5–8/28 6/5 –8/28 6/12–7/24*

9am–12pm 3–6pm 5:30–8pm

6/6–8/29 6/6–8/29 6/6–8/29 6/13–7/25* 6/13–7/25*

9am–12pm 1pm–4pm 4–7pm 5:30–8pm 6–8:30pm

MONDAYS Breck Candle Cabin Working Studio Ceramics Open Studio

TUESDAYS Ceramics Open Studio Ambika Herbals Working Studio Metalsmithing: Pendants + Charms

WEDNESDAYS Ceramics Open Studio Ceramics Open Studio Breck Candle Cabin Working Studio Stacking Rings + Metal Things Beginner Ceramics

*NOTE: No classes July 2–7. Please check date span (above) for class term. Special Events, Open Studios, Working Studios, and Artist-in-Residence Open Studios continue until end of August.

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INSTRUCTOR

LOCATION

COST

Bernadette Foley Chris Hosbach

Randall Barn FREE Ceramic Studio $

Greg Bushey Erica Ragusa Yvonne Kuennen

Ceramic Studio $ Lower Level Ceramic Studio FREE Hot Shop $

Kristina Nethaway Kia Neill Bernadette Foley Kerri Anne Stassen Kelly Landis

Ceramic Studio $ Ceramic Studio $ Randall Barn FREE Hot Shop $ Ceramic Studio $

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SUMMER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: CLASSES TITLE

DATES

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THURSDAYS Art Around Town Tour 6/7–8/30 Ambika Herbals Working Studio 6/7–8/30 Intermediate/Advanced Ceramics 6/14–7/26* Glassblowing: Glass Pendants 6/14–7/26*

3–4pm 3–6pm 5-8pm 5:30–8pm

FRIDAYS Art Around Town Tour 6/1–8/31 Intro to Glassblowing 6/15–7/27*

5–6pm 6–8:30pm

SATURDAYS Plein Air Retreat 8/25 + 8/26 Ceramic Dinnerware 6/16-7/28* Second Saturdays for Families 6/9, 7/14, 8/11

9am–12pm 9:30am–12pm 10am–12pm

*NOTE: No classes July 2–7. Please check date span (above) for class term. Special Events, Open Studios, Working Studios, and Artist-in-Residence Open Studios continue until end of August.

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INSTRUCTOR

LOCATION

COST

BCA Docent Old Masonic Hall FREE Erica Ragusa Lower Level Ceramic Studio FREE Kaitie Pusey Ceramic Studio $ Jared Clauer Hot Shop $

BCA Docent Old Masonic Hall FREE Jared Clauer Hot Shop $

Amy Evans Fuqua Livery Stable $$ Rachael Anderson Ceramic Studio FREE Kia Neill + Drea Edwards Fuqua Livery Stable FREE

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SUMMER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: SPECIAL EVENTS TITLE

DATES

JUNE Working Studio Hours with Stephanie Imbeau 5/4–6/1 Cloud of Wonder Student Exhibition 5/2–10/1 Julie Hughes: Aura Exhibition 5/31–7/29 Albert Paley: The Path to Syncline Exhibition 5/31–9/9 Second Saturday: Kia Neill 6/9 Kids’ Camp Session 1: Imagination Station 6/11–6/14 Kids’ Camp Session 2: Eureka! Art Meets Science 6/18–6/21 BALANCE 6/19 Build BCA’s Independence Day Float 6/20, 6/22, with Andi Todaro 6/27, 6/29 Date Night: Herbals Class 6/22 Kids’ Camp Session 3: Ready, Set, Paint! 6/25–6/28 Teacher Academy 6/25–6/29 Bike-in Movie Night: American Flyers 6/27 MakeShift: Breck Bike Caps 6/27

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4–6pm gallery hours gallery hours gallery hours 10am–12pm 1–4pm 1–4pm 6–8pm 12–4pm 7–9pm 1–4pm 9am–12pm 7–11pm 7–11pm


LOCATION

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Robert Whyte House Gallery@SBL Gallery@OMH Gallery@BRK Fuqua Livery Stable Quandary Fuqua Livery Stable Fuqua Livery Stable

FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE $ $ FREE

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Robert Whyte House Old Masonic Hall Upper Level Fuqua Livery Stable Old Masonic Hall Upper Level Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn

FREE $ $ FREE FREE FREE

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SUMMER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: SPECIAL EVENTS TITLE

DATES

JULY Radar Art: Barter Boat Radar Art: Barter Boat Radar Art: Barter Boat Kids’ Camp Session 4: Art Meets Nature Art of Assemblage with Desireé Moore Second Saturday: Drea Edwards Sonic Lodge: Bad Licks + Bluebook Kids’ Camp Session 5: Creative Construction BALANCE Kids’ Camp Session 6: Colorful Colorado rAnge:10 Date Night: Pottery Class

7/3 1–6pm 7/4 1–9pm 7/5–7/7 1–6pm 7/9–7/12 1–4pm 7/13 + 7/20 1–3pm 7/14 10am–12pm 7/14 7–10pm 7/16–7/19 1–4pm 7/17 6–8pm 7/23–7/26 1–4pm 7/25 7–9pm 7/27 7–9pm

AUGUST Edina Tokodi: Tempting Landscapes Exhibition 8/10–10/10 Second Saturday: Kia Neill 8/11 BREW: Art in the Environment 8/15 BALANCE 8/21 Date Night: Glassblowing Class 8/31

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TIME

gallery hours 10am–12pm 7–9pm 6–8pm 7–9pm


LOCATION

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Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn Quandary Tin Shop Fuqua Livery Stable Gallery@OMH Quandary Fuqua Livery Stable Fuqua Livery Stable Gallery@OMH Old Masonic Hall Upper Level

FREE FREE FREE $ FREE FREE FREE $ FREE $ FREE $

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Gallery@OMH Fuqua Livery Stable Old Masonic Hall Upper Level Fuqua Livery Stable Old Masonic Hall Upper Level

FREE FREE FREE FREE $

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SUMMER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: FESTIVALS TITLE

DATES

WAVE: Light + Water + Sound: May 31–Jun 3 Cacheflowe + AudioPixel: Interphase 5/31–6/3 Creos: IMPULSE 5/31–6/3 Tom Dekyvere: Elantica 5/31–6/3 Julie Hughes: Aura 5/31–7/29 Stephanie Imbeau: Place/d 5/31–6/3 OGE Group: Angels of Freedom 5/31–6/3 Porté par le Vent: Les Luminéoles 5/31–6/3 Les éléments du NRO 5/31–6/3 Through the Blue with Russick Smith 5/31–6/3 WAVE Reels with BFF 5/31–6/3 LightCycles: A Community Bike Ride 5/31 Illuminated Art 6/1 Splashy Crafts 6/1 WAVE Info Tent and Kids’ Activities 6/1 Children’s Workshop with Stephanie Imbeau 6/1 Crafting Flower Essences 6/1 Working Studio Hours with Stephanie Imbeau 6/1 WAVE Exhibition Tour 6/1 Glow Crafts 6/2 Drip Art 6/2 WAVE Info Tent and Kids’ Activities 6/2 Solar Ovens w/ Keystone Science School (KSS) 6/2 Creative Coding with Cacheflowe 6/2 Nature Art 6/3 Aqua Art 6/3 WAVE Info Tent and Kids’ Activities 6/3 Thermochromatic Slime with KSS 6/3 Crafting Flower Essences 6/3 Working Studio Hours with Cacheflowe 6/3 PAGE

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TIME

3–11pm 3–11pm 3–11pm gallery hours 3–11pm 3–11pm 5:30–10:30pm 7pm, 9pm 8pm, 10pm 8:30–11pm 7–9pm 10–11am 11am–12pm 12–5pm 1:30–3pm 3–4pm 4–6pm 5–6pm 10–11am 11am–12pm 12–5pm 1:30–3pm 3–4pm 10–11am 11am–12pm 12–5pm 1:30–3pm 3–4pm 4–6pm


LOCATION

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Arts District Campus Blue River Plaza Riverwalk Center Plaza Gallery@OMH Arts District Campus Ridge Street Arts Square Riverwalk Center Lawn Riverwalk Center Patio Blue River Old Masonic Hall Blue River Bikeway Quandary Antiques Cabin Fuqua Livery Stable Blue River Plaza Robert Whyte House Lower Level Ceramic Studio Robert Whyte House Gallery@OMH Quandary Antiques Cabin Fuqua Livery Stable Blue River Plaza Fuqua Livery Stable Gallery@OMH Quandary Antiques Cabin Fuqua Livery Stable Blue River Plaza Fuqua Livery Stable Lower Level Ceramic Studio Tin Shop

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

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SUMMER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: FESTIVALS TITLE

DATES

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STREET ARTS: PATRIOTICA!: Jul 4 Build BCA’s Independence Day Float with Andi Todaro Radar Art: Barter Boat Main Street Parade featuring BCA Float Chalk Art Contest Barbecue by Moe’s Independence Day Crafts for Kids Beer Garden Summer Camp Student Art Exhibition Radar Art: Barter Boat Pie-Eating Contest Bingo Sack Race Tug of War Blue Ribbon Winner Announcements Live Folk Music Radar Art: Barter Boat

6/20, 6/22, 6/27, 6/29 7/3 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/4 7/5–7/7

12–4pm 1–6pm 10–11am 12–3pm 12–1:30pm 12–3pm 12–6pm 12–4pm 1–9pm 1–2pm 2–3pm 3–3:30pm 3:30–4pm 4–4:30pm 4:30–6pm 1–6pm

PALEY WEEK: JUN 18–21 Albert Paley: The Path to Syncline Exhibition Build Your Own Syncline Art Fitness with MCA Denver Film Screening + Artist Talk Celebration at Syncline

5/31–9/9 6/18 6/19 6/20 6/21

gallery hours 3–5pm 5:30–7pm 5:30–7pm 4:30–6pm

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LOCATION

COST

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Robert Whyte House Arts District Lawn North Main Street Washington Street Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn Fuqua Livery Stable Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn Arts District Lawn

FREE FREE FREE FREE $ FREE $ FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

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Gallery@BRK Gallery@BRK Gallery@BRK Gallery@BRK Riverwalk Center Lawn

FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

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SUMMER 2018

SCHEDULE-AT-A-GLANCE: FESTIVALS TITLE

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BRECKENRIDGE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ARTS: Aug 10-19 Radhe Radhe: Rites of Holi 8/9 6–7pm Vijay Iver Trio 8/9 8–10pm Trail Mix 8/9–8/19 10am, 2pm, 4pm Thomas Dambo: Giant Sculpture 8/10–8/19 All Day Nicole Banowetz: Nature Will Not Miss Us 8/10–8/19 All Day Nicole Banowetz: Mythic Conversations 8/10-8/19 All Day Edina Tokodi: Tempting Landscapes 8/9–10/10 gallery hours Acoustic Flow 8/10–8/19 8–9am Edina Tokodi: Yeti 8/10-8/19 All Day Chirp! 8/10–8/12 11am + 3pm Tree-o 8/10-8/12 1 + 6pm Plein Air Painting 8/10 10:30am–12pm BIFA Info Tent and Kids’ Activities 8/10 12–5pm Nature Printmaking 8/10 1–2pm Inflatable Art 8/10 2–3pm BIFA Exhibition Tour 8/10 5–5:30pm Concrete Jams: Sk8 + Jazz 8/11, 8/12 10am–1pm Second Saturdays for Families 8/11 10am–12pm BIFA Info Tent and Kids’ Activities 8/11 12–5pm Artist Talk with Edina Tokodi 8/11 2–3pm Yeti Art 8/11 3–4pm In the Light of Air 8/11 9–10pm Rock Art with the Keystone Science School 8/12 10:30am–12:30pm BIFA Info Tent and Kids’ Activities 8/12 12–5pm Nature Collages 8/12 1–2pm Make Your Own Monster 8/12 2–3pm *Extended schedule and details will be made available in BIFA catalog to be released prior to festival.

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LOCATION

Riverwalk Center Riverwalk Center Varies W Wellington Trail Gallery@OMH E Wellington Trail Gallery@OMH Varies Illinois Creek Trail W Wellington Trail Illinois Creek Trail Fuqua Livery Stable Blue River Plaza Randall Barn Quandary Antiques Cabin Gallery@OMH Breck Skate Park Fuqua Livery Stable Blue River Plaza Gallery@OMH Quandary Antiques Cabin Riverwalk Center Fuqua Livery Stable Blue River Plaza Randall Barn Quandary Antiques Cabin

COST

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FREE $ FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE FREE

68 68 Thomas Dambo: 68 68 68 68 51 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 68 51 68 68 68 68 68 68

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BRECKENRIDGE INTERNATIONAL FESTIVAL OF ARTS: Aug 10–19 (cont’d) Andrew Bird w/ special guest Neyla Pekarek 8/12 7:30–10pm Circus Workshop: Gravity & Other Myths 8/14-8/16 10–11am Circus Teaser: Gravity & Other Myths 8/14-8/16 1–1:20pm Kick Push: A Roll-in Movie Night 8/14 8:30–10pm BREW: Art in the Environment 8/15 7–9pm BIFA Exhibition Tour 8/16 3–4pm Manual Cinema: Lula del Ray 8/16 7:30–9pm Plein Air Painting 8/17 10:30am–12pm Chirp! 8/17–8/19 11am + 3pm Tree-o 8/17–8/19 1 + 6pm BIFA Info Tent and Kids’ Activities 8/17 12–5pm Nature Printmaking 8/17 1–2pm Inflatable Art 8/17 2–3pm BIFA Exhibition Tour 8/17 5–6pm Gravity & Other Myths: A Simple Space 8/17 7:30–8:30pm Lichen Art with the Keystone Science School 8/18 10am–12pm BIFA Info Tent and Kids’ Activities 8/18 12–5pm Animal Track Art 8/18 1–2pm Yeti Art 8/18 2–3pm Artist Talk on the Trail: Nicole Banowetz 8/18 3–4pm Gravity & Other Myths: A Simple Space 8/18 7:30–8:30pm Rock Art with the Keystone Science School 8/19 10:30am–12:30pm BIFA Info Tent and Kids’ Activities 8/19 12–5pm Nature Collages 8/19 1–2pm Make Your Own Monster 8/19 2–3pm Gravity & Other Myths: A Simple Space 8/19 2–3pm *Extended schedule and details will be made available in BIFA catalog to be released prior to festival.

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LOCATION

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Riverwalk Center Old Masonic Hall Upper Level W. Wellington Trail Riverwalk Center Lawn Gallery@OMH Gallery@OMH Riverwalk Center Fuqua Livery Stable W Wellington Trail Illinois Creek Trail Blue River Plaza Randall Barn Quandary Antiques Cabin Gallery@OMH Riverwalk Center Fuqua Livery Stable Blue River Plaza Randall Barn Quandary Antiques Cabin Gallery@OMH Riverwalk Center Fuqua Livery Stable Blue River Plaza Randall Barn Quandary Antiques Cabin Riverwalk Center

FREE 68 FREE 69 FREE 69 FREE 69 FREE 62 FREE 69 $ 69 FREE 69 FREE 68 FREE 68 FREE 69 FREE 69 FREE 69 FREE 69 $ 69 FREE 69 FREE 69 FREE 69 FREE 69 FREE 69 $ 69 FREE 69 FREE 69 FREE 69 FREE 69 $ 69

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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 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 Instructors: Kelly Landis, Kaitie Pusey + Rachael Anderson + $10 materials fee Beginner Ceramics: Wed, 6–8:30pm Intermediate/Advanced Ceramics: Thu, 5–8pm Ceramic Dinnerware: Sat, 9:30am–12pm Glassblowing + Lampworking Hot Shop | Instructor: Jared Clauer + $20 materials fee Intro to Glassblowing: Fri, 6–8:30pm Glass Pendants: Thu, 5:30–8pm Metalsmithing Hot Shop | Instructors: Kerri Anne Stassen + Yvonne Kuennen + $20 materials fee Pendants + Charms: Tue, 5:30–8pm Stacking Rings + Metal Things, Wed, 5:30–8pm Painting + Drawing Fuqua Livery Stable | Instructor: Amy Evans Plein Air Retreat, Sat, Aug 25 + Sun, Aug 26, 9am–12pm *Participants must register for both days

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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PRIVATE CLASSES For groups of 3 people or more, we offer private workshops of varying lengths in the following mediums: ceramics, painting, drawing, glassblowing, lampworking, printmaking, photography and textiles/sewing. Cost: $40 per person + materials fee, class capacity depends upon medium For individuals (1-2 people), we offer private workshops in the same mediums for a supportive and personalized experience. Cost: $60 per person + materials fee 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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SECOND SATURDAYS

FOR FAMILIES 10AM - 12PM, FUQUA LIVERY STABLE

JUN 9, JUL 17, AUG 11

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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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, are all 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. Apothecary Aphrodisiac: Herbals Class Gallery@OMH Upper Level | Instructor: Erica Ragusa Fri, Jun 22, 7–9pm Throwing Down + Getting Dirty: Pottery Class Gallery@OMH Upper Level | Instructor: Kaitie Pusey Fri, Jul 27, 7–9pm Carrying a Torch: Glassblowing Class Gallery@OMH Upper Level + Hot Shop | Instructor: Jared Clauer Fri, Aug 31, 7–9pm

SUMMER CAMPS

BCA offers a variety of arts-based summer camps for children that emphasize creative problem-solving and experimentation. While every week is different, all campers can expect an artful and adventurous experience that involves observation, conversation and hands-on activities, led by a team of fun and creative art educators. This summer, we offer six camp sessions for grade levels K–2, 3–5 and 6–8. Register for the entire session (Mon–Thu) or sign up for one day. All camps are priced the same: $140 for 4-day camp or $40 per day. All sessions are capped at 10 campers and involve hands-on projects that students will be able to take home at the end of the day. PAGE

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Session 1: Imagination Station Quandary Antiques Cabin, $140/session, $40/day Grades K–2 | Jun 11–14, 1–4pm Instructor: Paige P. Scheuermann Session 2: Eureka! Art Meets Science Fuqua Livery Stable, $140/session, $40/day Grades 3–5 | Jun 18–21, 1–4pm Instructor: Karen Fischer Session 3: Ready, Set, Paint! Fuqua Livery Stable, $140/session, $40/day Grades 6–8 | Jun 25–28, 1–4pm Instructor: Drea Edwards Session 4: Art Meets Nature Quandary Antiques Cabin, $140/session, $40/day Grades K–2 | Jul 9–12, 1–4pm Instructor: Paige P. Scheuermann Session 5: Creative Construction Quandary Antiques Cabin, $140/session, $40/day Grades 3–5 | Jul 16–19, 1–4pm Instructor: Kia Neill Session 6: Colorful Colorado Fuqua Livery Stable, $140/session, $40/day Grades 6–8 | Jul 23–26, 1–4pm Instructor: Jane Hamlin 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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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: $20 per class, or $15 per class if you are a BCA member. Pay for materials as you go. Materials cost anywhere from $1–$20, depending on quantity purchased.

Ceramics Open Studio Ceramic Studio Studio Techs: Greg Bushey, Chris Hosbach, Kia Neill, Kristina Nethaway Mon, 5–8pm Tue, 9am–12pm Wed, 9am–12pm Wed, 1–4pm 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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A series of events celebrating the work of renowned American sculptor Albert Paley and his installation of Syncline, the newest addition to the Breckenridge public art collection. Activities include Art Fitness Training with MCA Denver, film screenings, children’s workshops and an artist talk with Albert Paley to commemorate the new sculpture.

BCA HOSTS

PALEY WEEK

Jun 18–21 FREE | Downtown Breckenridge

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BUILDING HOPE'S

BALANCE: THE ART OF SELF-CARE

JUN 19, JUL 17, AUG 21 FUQUA LIVERY STABLE, 6-8PM

BALANCE is a monthly series co-produced with Building Hope. Convene on campus for hands-on art activities, movement workshops, culinary classes, and more. Learn how to harness creativity as energy. Facilitated by art instructors and professionals, all ages and skill levels are welcome. Free. Register at breckcreate.org.

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WORKING STUDIOS Local artists work on the Arts District campus and provide working studio hours for visitors 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, 4–7pm 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. Register for all artist-in-residence workshops through breckcreate.org. The artist-in-residence program is a partnership between Breckenridge Creative Arts and the Saddle Rock Society. Tin Shop Artist: Cacheflowe Denver, Colorado May 28–Jun 5, 2018 digital art Justin Gitlin, a.k.a. Cacheflowe (/kaSH flō/), is an independent creative coder, musician and multimedia artist based in Denver, Colorado. His disciplines have increasingly intertwined after spending two decades in parallel worlds of software development, music and multimedia production. Justin has built video games, interactive installations, websites and mobile apps for clients like Nike, Google, and the Denver Art Museum. Working Studio Hours with Cacheflowe Tin Shop | Sun, Jun 3, 4–6pm all ages, FREE WAVE Workshop: Creative Coding with Cacheflowe Gallery@OMH Upper Level | Sat, Jun 2, 3–4 pm, all ages, FREE

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Tin Shop Artist: Desireé Moore St. Petersburg, Florida Jul 1–22, 2018 installation art Working primarily in film and video, Desireé Moore explores the social complexities of gender, and specifically the cultural norms assigned to women and girls. Moore earned her MFA in 2013 from the University of South Florida and her BFA from Herron School of Art and Design in Indianapolis. Her video projects have been screened in group exhibitions across the country, including the John and Mable Ringling Museum of Art in Sarasota. The Art of Assemblage with Desireé Moore Tin Shop | Fri, Jul 13 + Fri Jul 20, 1–3pm, all ages, FREE *All participants must bring one “junk” object to use in assemblage

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ARTISTS-IN-RESIDENCE Robert Whyte House Artist: Stephanie Imbeau Berlin, Germany May 1–Jun 7, 2018 fiber arts, ceramics, mixed media Stephanie Imbeau’s practice investigates the way individuals seek community, personal security and a place to belong. She uses representations of protective structures as anthropomorphisms to explore this universal human impulse. Stephanie uses a variety of mediums that possess the opposing qualities of utility and fragility, such as clay, cardboard and umbrellas. Working Studio Hours with Stephanie Imbeau Robert Whyte House | Fri, May 4–Jun 1, 4–6pm, all ages, FREE WAVE Children’s Workshop with Stephanie Imbeau Robert Whyte House | Fri, Jun 1, 1:30–3pm, all ages, FREE

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Robert Whyte House Artist: Andi Todaro Denver, Colorado Jun 18–Jul 6, 2018 multidiscipline Andi Todaro is a multi-disciplinary craftsman and creative professional, best known for her broad scale and range of practical and impractical knowledge. She has created murals at Meow Wolf Santa Fe; made animations for the Bellco Theatre; participated in 75+ short films and fashion shows; and taught in the Teen Lab at the Museum of Contemporary Art. Build BCA’s Independence Day Float with Andi Todaro Robert Whyte House | Jun 20–Jun 29, Wed + Fri, 12–4pm, all ages, FREE Robert Whyte House Artist: Edina Tokodi Brooklyn, New York Jul 30–Aug 20, 2018 installation art Edina Tokodi is a Hungarian artist who lives and works in Brooklyn, NY and uses plant material to create urban murals throughout the city. By incorporating plant life and other materials found in the local natural environment with photos or graphic elements, Edina’s installation works dissolve the barriers between private and public space, between the organic and inorganic elements of the urban landscape, and between nature and art. BIFA Artist Talk with Edina Tokodi Gallery@OMH | Aug 11, Thu, 2–3pm, all ages, FREE For more information, visit: breckcreate.org/artists-in-residence more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


PARTNER PROGRAMS BCA is proud to partner with local artists and community organizations to provide interdisciplinary programs. For detailed schedules and to register for classes, see partner websites listed below. Breckenridge Recreation Center breckenridgerecreation.com Building Hope’s BALANCE Fuqua Livery Stable, FREE Tue, Jun 19, Jul 17, Aug 21, 6–8pm summitfirc.org/assistance/building-hope/ register through breckcreate.org Colorado Mountain College Ceramic Studio, Cost Varies Every Tues, 5–9:50pm coloradomtn.edu Meta Yoga Studios metayogastudios.com

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MAKESHIFT ARTS DISTRICT LAWN | WED, JUN 27, 7–11PM Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts

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Project: Breck Bike Caps with Colorado Sewing Rebellion Presented in conjunction with Bike-In Movie Night, Colorado Sewing Rebellion will lead a makers’ event in which participants will learn to sew their very own bike cap. MakeShift is a makers’ night for adults featuring creative projects with guest makers and other DIY-inspired activities

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WAVE: Light + Water + Sound MAY 31–JUN 3, 2018

FREE | Blue River Plaza, Breckenridge | 3 to 11 pm

Join us in Breckenridge for a four-day festival of cutting-edge works of contemporary public art, featuring a variety of interactive installations, musical performances, screenings, digital art and eye candy of all sizes for the whole family to experience. Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts.

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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 our 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, Thu, Fri, 3–8pm; Tue, Wed, 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 Cloud of Wonder Gallery@SBL, Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center + Summit County South Branch Library, FREE May 2–Oct 1, 2018 Cloud of Wonder is an exhibition co-curated by Summit County students and Breckenridge Creative Arts. Artwork in this show explores dreams, imagination, unanswered questions, inner fears, fantasy, and outer space. It is the students’ hope that visitors feel empowered, inspired, and connected to other humans after experiencing this exhibition. Julie Hughes: Aura Gallery@OMH, Old Masonic Hall, FREE May 31–Jul 29, 2018 A kaleidoscopic celebration of color and light, Aura is composed of tens of thousands of hand-painted and cut acrylic paintings on thin plastic. These paintings are woven together and lit theatrically to create an immersive experience for viewers. Presented as a part of WAVE: Light + Water + Sound.

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BCA CURATES

AURA JULIE HUGHES

May 31–Jul 29, 2018 Gallery@OMH | Old Masonic Hall | FREE

A kaleidoscopic celebration of color and light, this installation is composed of tens of thousands of hand-painted and cut acrylic paintings. Part of WAVE: Light + Water + Sound, May 31–Jun 3

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THE PATH TO SYNCLINE ALBERT PALEY

May 31–Sep 9, 2018 Gallery@BRK | Breckenridge Theater | FREE

An exhibition that celebrates the work of American sculptor Albert Paley and his installation of Syncline, the newest addition to the Breckenridge public art collection. Part of Paley Week, Jun 18–21

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EXHIBITIONS Albert Paley: The Path to Syncline Gallery@BRK, Breckenridge Theater, FREE May 31–Sep 9, 2018 Related Activities: Paley Week Downtown Breckenridge, FREE Jun 18–21, 2018 A series of events celebrating the work of renowned American sculptor Albert Paley and his installation of Syncline, the newest addition to the Breckenridge public art collection. Build Your Own Syncline: Children’s Workshop Jun 18 | 3–5pm Gallery@BRK, Breckenridge Theater | FREE Art Fitness with MCA Denver: Albert Paley Jun 19 | 5:30–7pm Gallery@BRK, Breckenridge Theater | FREE “In Search of the Sentinel” Screening + Artist Talk with Albert Paley Jun 20 | 5:30–7pm Gallery@BRK, Breckenridge Theater | FREE Celebration at Syncline Jun 21 | 4:30–6pm Riverwalk Center Lawn + Gallery@BRK | FREE Join Albert Paley in the celebration of Breckenridge’s newest public art work, Syncline. Featuring music by the National Repertory Orchestra and a reception to follow at Gallery@BRK. more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


EXHIBITIONS Radar Art: Barter Boat Trading Post Gallery@SKY | Arts District Lawn, FREE Jul 3, 1–6pm; Jul 4, 1–9pm; July 5–7, 1–6pm Come down to Barter Boat Trading Post, where Radar Art will trade your stuff for one-of-a-kind art! You’ll strike ‘gold” with assemblages made of objects traded with strangers in other American cities. If you don’t have an object, you can sing, dance, or tell tales. From the mundane to the superb, from the pocket lint to the beloved action figure, a broken watch or a napkin doodle—your trash is Barter Boat treasure! Radar Art is a collective comprised of Anna Abhau Elliot, Desireé Moore and Robin Schwartzman. Presented as part of Part of Street Arts: Patriotica!, Jul 4

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BCA CURATES

BARTER BOAT TRADING POST RADAR ART

Jul 3–7, 2018 Gallery@SKY | Arts District Lawn | FREE An interactive art project by Anna Abhau Elliot, Desireé Moore and Robin Schwartzman. Part of Street Arts: Patriotica!, Jul 4 Barter Boat Hours: Tue, Jul 3, 1–6pm Wed, Jul 4, 1–9pm Thu–Sat, Jul 5–7, 1–6pm

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TEMPTING LANDSCAPES EDINA TODOKI

Aug 10–Oct 10, 2018 Gallery@OMH | Old Masonic Hall | FREE

Using green guerrilla strategies to bring nature indoors, this exhibition is a seamless fusion of landscape art and real materials found in the outdoors. Part of Breckenridge International Festival of Arts, Aug 10–19

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EXHIBITIONS Edina Tokodi: Tempting Landscapes Gallery@OMH, Old Masonic Hall, FREE Aug 10–Oct 10, 2018 Edina Tokodi uses “green guerrilla” strategies to bring nature into the exhibition space. Tokodi’s work is a seamless fusion of landscape art and real materials found in the outdoors. Using plants native to both the mountains and downtown Breckenridge, she reflects the cycle and the resilience of life, advocating sustainable living and participation in the metamorphosis of an evolving visual culture. Presented as a part of Breckenridge International Festival of Arts, Aug 10–19. BIFA Artist Talk with Edina Tokodi Sat, Aug 11 | 2–3pm Gallery@OMH | FREE

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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. TAKE A GUIDED TOUR Old Masonic Hall, FREE Jun 1–Aug 31 |Thu, 3–4pm pm + Fri, 5–6pm BCA offers weekly docent-led tours to showcase the Town’s public art collection, the Arts District campus and other cultural highlights in our community. Tours are conversational, interactive and appropriate for all ages. Register in advance through breckcreate.org to ensure a spot. Tours are capped at 10 participants. PAGE

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An outdoor screening of the cult cycling classic American Flyers preceded by activities on the lawn and thematic short films curated by the Breckenridge Film Festival. Part of Bike to Work Day and co-presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts, Breckenridge Film Festival and Breckenridge Tourism Office.

BCA HOSTS

BIKE-IN MOVIE NIGHT Jun 27 | 7–11pm FREE | Breckenridge Arts District

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An Independence Day event celebrating freedom, heritage and old-timey fun, including outdoor performances, chalk art, parade float-making, a pie-eating contest and other throwback activities with a contemporary twist. Presented in conjunction with the Town’s July Fourth weekend celebration.

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STREET ARTS: PATRIOTICA! Jul 4 | 10am–9pm FREE | Breckenridge Arts District

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TEACHER ACADEMY Old Masonic Hall, FREE Jun 25–Jun 29, 9am–12pm Title: Object-Based Learning: Using Artwork to Enhance Classroom Curriculum * Participants must attend all days to receive graduate credit Earn graduate level credit from Adams State University through BCA’s Teacher Academy. Teachers will learn how to engage, inspire, and educate students through object-based learning; how to create and realize lesson plans centered around artwork; and how to build a creative toolkit to connect students with artwork. The course may be used for salary advancement and re-certification. Upon successful completion of the course, teachers will earn one graduate credit. Register through breckcreate.org. For more information, contact Becca Spiro at at 970 547 3116 ext 1 or becca@breckcreate.org.

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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. Second Saturdays for Families Fuqua Livery Stable, FREE Sat, Jun 9, Jul 14, Aug 11 10am–12pm Join us on the second Saturday of each month from 10am to 12pm for free, hands-on kids’ activities and creative crafts on the Arts District campus. Children of all ages are welcome with parent or guardian present. Materials are provided, and participants will be able to take their projects home. Registration is encouraged to reserve a space; limited capacity. Admission is free, and drop-ins are welcome on a first-come, first served basis. Paley Week Downtown Breckenridge | FREE Mon, Jun 18–Thu, Jun 21, 2018 A series of events celebrating the work of renowned American sculptor Albert Paley and his installation of Syncline, the newest addition to the Breckenridge public art collection. Build Your Own Syncline: Children’s Workshop Mon, Jun 18 | 3–5pm Gallery@BRK, Breckenridge Theater | FREE Art Fitness with MCA Denver: Albert Paley Tue, Jun 19 | 5:30–7pm Gallery@BRK, Breckenridge Theater | FREE PAGE

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SONIC LODGE OLD MASONIC HALL

JUL 14, 7–10PM FEAT. BAD LICKS + BLUEBOOK | $5 SUGGESTED DONATION

Join us on the gallery floor for an evening of live music and interactive art. Experience the current exhibition at Gallery@OMH along with a mini-concert performed among the installations themselves. Broken Compass Brewery will host a cash bar throughout the night.

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rAnge:10 GALLERY@OMH

| JUL 25, 7–9PM

FREE | Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts | breckcreate.org

rAnge:10 is an open showcase for the local community, covering a wide span of disciplines. You are invited to come on stage and perform your song, poem, dance, and other talents for 10 minutes. Please email nicole@breckcreate.org to add your name to the line-up.

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SPECIAL EVENTS Paley Week (cont’d) “In Search of the Sentinel” Screening + Artist Talk with Albert Paley Wed, Jun 20 | 5:30–7pm Gallery@BRK, Breckenridge Theater | FREE Celebration at Syncline Thu, Jun 21 | 4:30–6pm Riverwalk Center Lawn + Gallery@BRK | FREE Join Albert Paley in the celebration of Breckenridge’s newest public art work, Syncline. Featuring music by the National Repertory Orchestra and a reception to follow in Gallery@BRK. Bike-In Movie Night Arts District Lawn Wed, Jun 27, 7–11pm, FREE An outdoor screening of the cult cycling classic “American Flyers” preceded by activities on the lawn and thematic short films curated by the Breckenridge Film Festival. Part of Bike to Work Day and co-presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts, Breckenridge Film Festival and Breckenridge Tourism Office. MakeShift Arts District Lawn Wed, Jun 27, 7–11pm, FREE Project: Breck Bike Caps with Colorado Sewing Rebellion Presented in conjunction with Bike-In Movie Night, Colorado Sewing Rebellion will lead a makers event in which participants will learn to sew their very own bike cap. more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


SPECIAL EVENTS Sonic Lodge Gallery@OMH, $5 Suggested Donation Sat, Jul 14, 7–10pm Featuring Bad Licks + Bluebook Join us on the gallery floor for an evening of live music and interactive art. Experience the current exhibition at Gallery@OMH along with a mini-concert performed among the installations themselves. Broken Compass Brewery will host a cash bar throughout the night. rAnge:10 Gallery@OMH, FREE Wed, July 25, 7–9pm rAnge:10 is an open showcase for the local community, covering a wide span of disciplines. You are invited to come on stage and perform your song, poem, dance, and other talents for 10 minutes. Please email nicole@breckcreate.org to add your name to the line-up. BREW: Ideas + Creation Lab Gallery@OMH, FREE Wed, Aug 15, 7-9pm Topic: Art in the Environment Join BIFA artists Nicole Banowetz and Russick Smith along with Tony Overlock of Town of Breckenridge’s Open Space and Trails to discuss the BIFA Trail Mix series. Learn about what it takes to create and place the on-trail sculptures and the meaning-making considerations that take place when you locate art in nature. BREW is a salon series that provides thought-provoking discussion for and among creative professionals with varied topics designed to engage and inspire. Part party, part conversation, the series features local craft beverages. Join us for the entire evening, or drop-in for part of the discussion. PAGE

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BREW: IDEAS + CREATION LAB GALLERY@OMH | WED, AUG 15, 7–9PM

FREE | Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts | breckcreate.org

Topic: Art in the Environment Join BIFA artists Nicole Banowetz and Russick Smith along with Tony Overlock of Town of Breckenridge’s Open Space and Trails to discuss the BIFA Trail Mix series. Learn about what it takes to create and place the on-trail sculptures and the meaning-making considerations that take place when you locate art in nature. BREW is a salon series that provides thought-provoking discussion for and among creative professionals with varied topics designed to engage and inspire. Part party, part conversation, the series features local craft beverages. Join us for the entire evening, or drop-in for part of the discussion

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FESTIVALS BCA’s summer festivals are a series of innovative, multi-day events featuring massive spectacle art, environmental installations, social interventions and cutting-edge new media. WAVE: Light + Water + Sound Blue River Plaza, FREE May 31–Jun 3, 2018 A four-day festival featuring interactive artworks, temporary installations and musical performances in and around the Blue River Plaza, transforming the river, bridges and waterfront area into outdoor canvasses and exhibition spaces. For a full schedule of festival events, pick up a WAVE brochure at Old Masonic Hall or the Breckenridge Welcome Center. *All listed events are free, all ages welcome. Registration is required. Register in advance to ensure a spot. Parents must attend with child. Campus Schedule (all events listed below are FREE): Fri, Jun 1 10am–11am | Illuminated Art | Quandary Antiques Cabin 11am–noon | Splashy Crafts | Fuqua Livery Stable 12–5pm | WAVE Info Tent and Kids’ Activities | Blue River Plaza 1:30–3pm | Stephanie Imbeau: Place/d Children’s Workshop | Robert Whyte House 3–4pm | Crafting Flower Essences | Lower Level Ceramic Studio 4–6pm | Working Studio Hours with Stephanie Imbeau | Robert Whyte House 5–6pm | WAVE Exhibition Tour | Gallery@OMH PAGE

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Sat, Jun 2 10am–11am | Glow Crafts | Quandary Antiques Cabin 11am–noon | Drip Art | Fuqua Livery Stable 12–5pm | WAVE Info Tent and Kids’ Activities | Blue River Plaza 1:30–3pm | Solar Ovens with Keystone Science School | Fuqua Livery Stable 3–4pm | Creative Coding with Cacheflow | Gallery@OMH Sun, Jun 3 10am–11am | Nature Art | Quandary Antiques Cabin 11am–noon | Aqua Art | Fuqua Livery Stable 12–5pm | WAVE Info Tent and Kids’ Activities | Blue River Plaza 1:30–3pm | Thermochromatic Slime with the Keystone Science School | Fuqua Livery Stable 3-4pm | Crafting Flower Essences | Lower Level Ceramic Studio 4–6pm | Working Studio Hours with Cacheflowe | Tin Shop Extended schedule and details will be made available in WAVE catalog to be released prior to the festival. Street Arts: Patriotica! Main Street + Arts District Campus, FREE Jul 4, 2018 An Independence Day event celebrating freedom, heritage and old-timey fun, including outdoor performances, chalk art, parade float-making, a pie-eating contest and other throwback activities with a contemporary twist. Presented in conjunction with the Town’s July Fourth weekend celebration. Related Activities: Build BCA’s Independence Day Float with Andi Todaro Robert Whyte House | Jun 20–29, Wed + Fri, 12–4pm, all ages, FREE Be a part of the production of the ‘Mile High Mermaid, Altitude Sickness Medication, Traveling Spectacular’ July Fourth parade float. Type of participation will vary based on project progress, but may include painting or tedious texture gluing. more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


FESTIVALS Street Arts: Patriotica! (cont’d) Radar Art: Barter Boat Trading Post Gallery@SKY | Arts District Lawn, FREE Jul 3, 1–6pm; Jul 4, 1–9pm; Jul 5–7, 1–6pm Come down to Barter Boat Trading Post, where Radar Art will trade your stuff for one-of-a-kind art! You’ll strike ‘gold” with assemblages made of objects traded with strangers in other American cities. If you don’t have an object, you can sing, dance, or tell tales. From the mundane to the superb, from the pocket lint to the beloved action figure, a broken watch or a napkin doodle—your trash is Barter Boat treasure! Campus Schedule (all events listed below are FREE): Wed, Jul 4 10–11am | Main Street Parade featuring BCA Float | North Main Street, Breckenridge 12–3pm | Chalk Art Contest | Washington Street 12–1:30pm | Barbecue by Moe’s| Arts District Lawn 12–3pm | Independence Day Crafts for Kids | Arts District Lawn 12–6pm | Beer Garden | Arts District Lawn 12–4pm | Summer Camp Student Exhibition | Fuqua Livery Stable 1–9pm | Radar Art: Barter Boat Trading Post | Arts District Lawn 1–2pm | Pie-Eating Contest | Arts District Lawn 2–3pm | Bingo | Arts District Lawn 3–3:30pm | Sack Race | Arts District Lawn 3:30–4pm | Tug of War |Arts District Lawn 4–4:30pm | Blue Ribbon Winner Announcements | Arts District Lawn 4:30–6pm | Live Folk Music

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Breckenridge International Festival of Arts

AUG 10–19, 2018

ADVENTURE + PLAY + CREATIVITY | breckcreate.org/bifa

Join us for a multi-arts program of extraordinary events in spectacular places and spaces across Breckenridge. Inspired by themes of environment and mountain culture, the 10-day festival brings together an eclectic mix of music, dance, film, visual arts and family entertainment. Presented by Breckenridge Creative Arts.


FESTIVALS Breckenridge International Festival of Arts (BIFA) Various Locations, FREE + TICKETED Aug 10–19, 2018 A 10-day program of extraordinary events in spectacular places and spaces across Breckenridge. Inspired by themes of environment and mountain culture, the multi-arts festival brings together an eclectic mix of music, dance, film, visual arts and family entertainment. For a full schedule of festival events, pick up a BIFA brochure at Old Masonic Hall or the Breckenridge Welcome Center. Campus Schedule (all events listed below are FREE): *All listed events are free, all ages welcome. Registration is required. Register in advance to ensure a spot. Parents must attend with child. Fri, Aug 10 10:30am–12pm | Plein Air Painting | Fuqua Livery Stable 12–5pm | BIFA Info Tent + Kids’ Activities | Blue River Plaza 1–2pm | Nature Printmaking | Randall Barn 2–3pm | Inflatable Art | Quandary Antiques Cabin 5–5:30pm | BIFA Exhibition Tour | Gallery@OMH Sat, Aug 11 10am–12pm | Second Saturdays for Families | Fuqua Livery Stable 12–5pm | BIFA Info Tent + Kids’ Activities | Blue River Plaza 2–3pm | Artist Talk with Edina Tokodi | Gallery@OMH 3–4pm | Yeti Art | Quandary Antiques Cabin Sun, Aug 12 10:30am–12:30pm | Rock Art with the Keystone Science School Fuqua Livery Stable 12–5pm | BIFA Info Tent + Kids’ Activities | Blue River Plaza 1–2pm | Nature Collages | Randall Barn 2–3pm | Make Your Own Monster | Quandary Antiques Cabin PAGE

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Tue, Aug 14 10–11am | Circus Workshop: Gravity & Other Myths | Old Masonic Hall Upper Level Wed, Aug 15 10–11am | Circus Workshop: Gravity & Other Myths | Old Masonic Hall Upper Level 7–9pm | BREW: Art in the Environment | Gallery@OMH Thu, Aug 16 3–4pm | BIFA Exhibition Tour | Gallery@OMH 10–11am | Circus Workshop: Gravity & Other Myths |Old Masonic Hall Upper Level Fri, Aug 17 10:30am–12pm | Plein Air Painting | Fuqua Livery Stable 12–5pm | BIFA Info Tent + Kids’ Activities | Blue River Plaza 1–2pm | Nature Printmaking | Randall Barn 2–3pm | Inflatable Art | Quandary Antiques Cabin 5–6pm | BIFA Exhibition Tour | Gallery@OMH Sat, Aug 18 10am–12pm | Lichen Art with the Keystone Science School Fuqua Livery Stable 12–5pm | BIFA Info Tent + Kids’ Activities | Blue River Plaza 1–2pm | Animal Track Art | Randall Barn 2–3pm | Yeti Art | Quandary Antiques Cabin 3–4pm | Artist Talk on the Trail: Nicole Banowetz | Gallery@OMH Sun, Aug 19 10:30am–12:30pm | Rock Art with the Keystone Science School Fuqua Livery Stable 12–5pm | BIFA Info Tent + Kids’ Activities | Blue River Plaza 1–2pm | Nature Collages | Randall Barn 2–3pm | Make Your Own Giant | Quandary Antiques Cabin Extended schedule and details will be made available in BIFA catalog to be released prior to the festival. more info + registration | 970 547 3100 | breckcreate.org


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 Summer Camps: Drea Edwards, Jane Hamlin, Karen Fischer, Kia Neill, Paige P. Scheuermann Ceramics: Rachael Anderson, Greg Bushey, Chris Hosbach, Kelly Landis, Kia Neill, Kristina Nethaway, Kaitie Pusey, Hot Shop: Jared Clauer, Yvonne Kuennen, Kerri Anne Stassen Painting: Amy Evans Second Saturdays: Drea Edwards, Kia Neill BALANCE: Kathye Conti Date Night: Jared Clauer, Kaitie Pusey, Erica Ragusa Docents Marie Dubois, Alyssa Giger, Carol Kelly, Lo Mathews, Joyce Mueller, Sharon Smith, Maureen Shields, Ann Swain, Jane Tarlow, Wendy Wilkerson

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/krē’āt/ mountain arts + culture quarterly

Published by Breckenridge Creative Arts | ISSUE NO. 11, Summer 2018


/krē’āt/ /krē’āt/ an online magazine published quarterly 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 June 1, our summer issue explores the cultural landscapes of our streets, parks, and forests—from our nostalgic celebration of small-town Americana at Street Arts: Patriotica!, to legends shaped by massive artworks and carnivalesque performances at the Breckenridge International Festival of Arts. No tale, however, is bolder than the forthcoming public sculpture by Albert Paley.

To read this and previous issues of /krē’āt/, please visit breckcreate.org/publications

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GENERAL INFORMATION Course Tuition + Fees All Core Classes and Open Studios are priced equally: $20 per class/session, or $15 per class/session if you are a BCA member. Master Classes are priced equally: $40 per class, or $30 per class if you are a BCA member. The cost of materials may be additional, depending on the medium of the class/session. All Summer Camps are priced equally: $140 for 4-day camp or $40 per day. 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, Thu, Fri, 3–8pm; Tue, Wed, Sat, 9am–8pm 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 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.

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Welcome Bag Packers. Breckenridge is a beautiful place. And we’re committed to keeping it that way, with sustainable practices that are easy for guests and residents to embrace. Thanks for shopping with your reusable bag, or buying one of our limited edition bags at local merchants. Together, we’ll reduce the number of disposable bags going to the landfill or littering our pristine local rivers and trails. Come prepared and leave Breck better than ever.


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Breckenridge Creative Arts Summer 2018 Happenings  
Breckenridge Creative Arts Summer 2018 Happenings