Explore your creative side on the Arts District campus! BCA offers high quality art instruction in an encouraging studio classroom environment. Our workshops are offered at affordable prices with class schedules for both daytime and evening/weekend students. Plus, become a BCA member and receive reduced tuition rates and other benefits.
Browse classes by medium/discipline:
- Ceramics + Sculpture
- Craft + Artisanal Products
- Drawing + Painting
- Fiber Arts
- Metals + Glass
Browse drop-in open studio sessions in various mediums/disciplines:
To register for classes, please call 970 453 3364 or click here to enroll online.
BCA docents are trained volunteer educators interested in leading groups through the permanent public art collection, special exhibitions and historic arts campus. Docents are an essential component of BCA’s education programs, which engage a broad spectrum of visitors, regional K-12 schools and the local community. As ambassadors for Breckenridge Creative Arts, docents lead conversation-based tours designed to inspire creative thinking and enhance our guests’ experience with an appreciation for art.
To become a BCA docent, candidates must commit to a short training program in the spring. Prospective docents will be educated in the public art collection, art education theory and architectural history.
Upon completion of the training program, students will be invited to apply for a position as a BCA docent, with applicants agreeing to a minimum three-month service commitment. Docent benefits include a one-year BCA membership and a modest stipend upon completion of a season of tours. Tour requirements may vary depending on your status, and BCA will work with you to match your tour preferences and availability to the needs of BCA and our visitors. Scheduled meetings throughout the tour season will provide an opportunity for docents to share ideas and provide feedback.
For more information on the docent program, please contact Greg Bushey at firstname.lastname@example.org
Below you will find resources and curriculae specially crafted for BCA’s temporary exhibitions and special events. These resources include study images and themes, pre-visit activities, and more.
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Volunteers play an important role at Breckenridge Creative Arts by providing support and leadership for our programs, projects and activities. Comprised of people of all ages and backgrounds, our corps of volunteers work to strengthen community awareness and public appreciation for BCA, contribute to its financial strength, and provide vital support services to its staff.
BCA volunteers are used in the following positions:
- Venue Ushers + Ticket Takers
- Special Event Greeters + Ambassadors
- Street Team Marketers
- Docents + Education Dept. Interns
- Campus Studio Technicians
- Production + Installation Assistants
Becoming a volunteer makes you a part of the BCA family. Some of the other benefits include complimentary tickets to select performances and invitations to special events.
How to Apply
If you are interested in learning more about volunteer opportunities with Breckenridge Creative Arts, please contact Dennis Lucero at 970 453 3187 ext 4 or email@example.com.