Did you know that BCA offers interesting and affordable classes for kids on the Arts District campus? We support learning through the arts by offering a range of fun programs tailored to meet the needs of children and families. Many classes are free and others are low-cost.
To register for classes, please call 970 547 3100 or click here to enroll online.
Second Saturdays for Families
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 welcome with parent or guardian present. This drop-in workshop is first-come, first-served; register online to reserve your spot. Materials are provided and participants will be able to take their projects home.
To register, please call 970 547 3100 or click here to enroll online.
Fall/Winter Instructor: Kia Neill
Activity books provide a supplementary resource for kids to engage with and appreciate art. Activity books are created to accompany our annual festivals and special events, but they may be enjoyed at any time throughout the year. Print a copy and encourage your child to explore art and culture through questions that spark close observation.
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Enjoy a creative adventure designed for the whole family! Through one of our intimate gallery or campus tours, families can discover the world of art together. Family tours are one hour and customized for children of all ages, and the young at heart. Children are required to be accompanied by an adult.
To schedule a family tour, please contact Erin Barry at at 970 547 3116 ext 3 or email@example.com.
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. Please check our website in the Spring for more details.