Jan
2
Thu
Artist Hours @ Arts District Campus
Jan 2 – Apr 30 all-day
Artist Hours @ Arts District Campus

Patrons who demonstrate skill in specific medium can rent the following studios hourly:

Fuqua Livery Stable – Woodworking
The Hot Shop – Glassblowing/Lampworking, Metalsmithing + Welding
Randall Barn – Painting, Printmaking + Textiles

Studio rental includes the space + tools. Some materials available for use or purchase.

Campus is closed on Mondays and will be closed on 4/23 + 4/24.

To schedule artist hours, email drea@breckcreate.org.

Jan
19
Sun
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio
Jan 19 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio

Open Studios are an opportunity to explore a medium independently. Studio technicians will be present to orient participants, but these sessions are not led by an instructor. Prior to attending on Open Studio session, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. Prices are $16 for non-members and $12 for members. Clay is available for purchase at Old Masonic Hall. $10 for 12.5 lbs + $20 for 25 lbs.

 

Studio Tech: Marian Ittner

Jan
21
Tue
Local Artist in Residence: Paige P. Scheuermann @ Quandary Antiques Cabin
Jan 21 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Local Artist in Residence: Paige P. Scheuermann @ Quandary Antiques Cabin

Paige P. Scheuermann runs Haven HeART Studio which is an art studio that produces and sells most of her artwork. Paige’s artwork is multidisciplinary. She is inspired by using reclaimed wood and reusable items to be upcycled into one of a kind interactive works along with creating fun, unique crafty items: items that will spark creativity as each piece gives back a sense of wonder and enjoyment. She wants humanity to pause and to reflect on their feelings, to be “in the moment”. To share with one another an experience that will elevate a positive reaction. 

Instagram: @havenheartstudio

Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio
Jan 21 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio

Open Studios are an opportunity to explore a medium independently. Studio technicians will be present to orient participants, but these sessions are not led by an instructor. Prior to attending on Open Studio session, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. Prices are $16 for non-members and $12 for members. Clay is available for purchase at Old Masonic Hall. $10 for 12.5 lbs + $20 for 25 lbs.

 

Studio Tech: Sinjin McNicholl

Jan
22
Wed
Co-op Artist: Breckenridge Candle Cabin @ Randall Barn
Jan 22 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Co-op Artist: Breckenridge Candle Cabin @ Randall Barn

Local artists work on the Arts District campus and provide working studio hours for visitors to observe their process. Breckenridge Candle Cabin makes soy candles that are kosher and environmentally friendly.

Website: breckenridgecandlecabin.com

Jan
23
Thu
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio
Jan 23 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio

Open Studios are an opportunity to explore a medium independently. Studio technicians will be present to orient participants, but these sessions are not led by an instructor. Prior to attending on Open Studio session, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. Prices are $16 for non-members and $12 for members. Clay is available for purchase at Old Masonic Hall. $10 for 12.5 lbs + $20 for 25 lbs.

 

Studio Tech: Erika Donaghy

 

Co-op Artist: Scumugs @ Ceramics Studio, Lower Level
Jan 23 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Co-op Artist: Scumugs @ Ceramics Studio, Lower Level

Local artists work on the Arts District campus and provide working studio hours for visitors to observe their process. SCUMUGS (scum-mugs) Handmade Pottery by Melissa Michel, was established in 2010 with an obsession to make unique, one of a kind, decorative yet functional mugs. Her work varies from many different shapes and styles and uses various types of ceramic techniques to adorn the surfaces of her pots. Although mugs are her favorite form, she works on other functional vessels, customized pieces, decorative wall art and winter inspired ornaments.

Website: Scumugs.com
Instagram: @scumugs

Local Artist in Residence: Elisa Gomez @ Randall Barn
Jan 23 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Local Artist in Residence: Elisa Gomez @ Randall Barn

Elisa Gomez received her BFA with an emphasis in painting from the University of Utah in 2010. She has been involved in multiple shows across the country and recently completed an artists demonstration at the Denver Art Museum. Primarily in mixed media on canvas, Elisa Gomez wields her materials with the skill of a practiced fine artist while nonetheless composing her canvases with the ease of a studied art historian. Evidenced by a few discernible, well-executed, and discrete operations, her working mode transposes the schema and aesthetic of both European and American Abstract Expressionism with a studied sensitivity particular to her training and practice. Gomez demonstrates a playful attention to color, texture, and surface. Palette and visual movement between, amongst, and across forms figure heavily into her pieces. In style as well as composition, Gomez’s work is replete with recurrent aesthetic maneuvers and nonetheless peppered with extensive variation and experimentation. Her canvases continue to surprise and delight the viewer in their transposition of elements across genres and movements.”
-Elizabeth Miller Ph. D

Website: www.elisagomezart.com

Glass + Metals: Independent Projects @ Hot Shop
Jan 23 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Glass + Metals: Independent Projects @ Hot Shop

 

Work on personal glassblowing/lampworking and metalsmithing projects in this supervised open studio workshop.  Prior to attending, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium.

Metalsmithing participants must bring their own materials. Glassblowing materials are available for purchase. Tools are available for both mediums.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. 

Facilitator: Jared Clauer

Jan
26
Sun
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio
Jan 26 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio

Open Studios are an opportunity to explore a medium independently. Studio technicians will be present to orient participants, but these sessions are not led by an instructor. Prior to attending on Open Studio session, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. Prices are $16 for non-members and $12 for members. Clay is available for purchase at Old Masonic Hall. $10 for 12.5 lbs + $20 for 25 lbs.

 

Studio Tech: Marian Ittner

Local Artist in Residence: Jessica Ream @ Fuqua Livery Stable
Jan 26 @ 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Local Artist in Residence: Jessica Ream @ Fuqua Livery Stable

Jessica Ream was born in Columbus, Ohio early in the year 1990, but was raised south of the Mason Dixon, in Carolina suburbia. She attended Savannah College of Art and Design where she graduated with honors and her BFA in Painting. A jack-of-all trades artist, she incorporates her knowledge of painting, photography, print, sewing and sculpture into her mixed media, abstract landscapes.

Her live-work studio is currently located in Keystone, Colorado, where she resides with her other half and soul mate, along with their two, four-legged, furry children.

She splits her time between studio work and teaching yoga, will never turn down an invite to coffee or tea and has found life to be more beautiful than ever could be expected.

Jan
28
Tue
Local Artist in Residence: Paige P. Scheuermann @ Quandary Antiques Cabin
Jan 28 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Local Artist in Residence: Paige P. Scheuermann @ Quandary Antiques Cabin

Paige P. Scheuermann runs Haven HeART Studio which is an art studio that produces and sells most of her artwork. Paige’s artwork is multidisciplinary. She is inspired by using reclaimed wood and reusable items to be upcycled into one of a kind interactive works along with creating fun, unique crafty items: items that will spark creativity as each piece gives back a sense of wonder and enjoyment. She wants humanity to pause and to reflect on their feelings, to be “in the moment”. To share with one another an experience that will elevate a positive reaction. 

Instagram: @havenheartstudio

Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio
Jan 28 @ 5:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio

Open Studios are an opportunity to explore a medium independently. Studio technicians will be present to orient participants, but these sessions are not led by an instructor. Prior to attending on Open Studio session, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. Prices are $16 for non-members and $12 for members. Clay is available for purchase at Old Masonic Hall. $10 for 12.5 lbs + $20 for 25 lbs.

 

Studio Tech: Sinjin McNicholl

Jan
29
Wed
Co-op Artist: Breckenridge Candle Cabin @ Randall Barn
Jan 29 @ 3:00 pm – 6:00 pm
Co-op Artist: Breckenridge Candle Cabin @ Randall Barn

Local artists work on the Arts District campus and provide working studio hours for visitors to observe their process. Breckenridge Candle Cabin makes soy candles that are kosher and environmentally friendly.

Website: breckenridgecandlecabin.com

Jan
30
Thu
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio
Jan 30 @ 9:00 am – 1:00 pm
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio

Open Studios are an opportunity to explore a medium independently. Studio technicians will be present to orient participants, but these sessions are not led by an instructor. Prior to attending on Open Studio session, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. Prices are $16 for non-members and $12 for members. Clay is available for purchase at Old Masonic Hall. $10 for 12.5 lbs + $20 for 25 lbs.

 

Studio Tech: Erika Donaghy

 

Co-op Artist: Scumugs @ Ceramics Studio, Lower Level
Jan 30 @ 2:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Co-op Artist: Scumugs @ Ceramics Studio, Lower Level

Local artists work on the Arts District campus and provide working studio hours for visitors to observe their process. SCUMUGS (scum-mugs) Handmade Pottery by Melissa Michel, was established in 2010 with an obsession to make unique, one of a kind, decorative yet functional mugs. Her work varies from many different shapes and styles and uses various types of ceramic techniques to adorn the surfaces of her pots. Although mugs are her favorite form, she works on other functional vessels, customized pieces, decorative wall art and winter inspired ornaments.

Website: Scumugs.com
Instagram: @scumugs

Local Artist in Residence: Elisa Gomez @ Randall Barn
Jan 30 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Local Artist in Residence: Elisa Gomez @ Randall Barn

Elisa Gomez received her BFA with an emphasis in painting from the University of Utah in 2010. She has been involved in multiple shows across the country and recently completed an artists demonstration at the Denver Art Museum. Primarily in mixed media on canvas, Elisa Gomez wields her materials with the skill of a practiced fine artist while nonetheless composing her canvases with the ease of a studied art historian. Evidenced by a few discernible, well-executed, and discrete operations, her working mode transposes the schema and aesthetic of both European and American Abstract Expressionism with a studied sensitivity particular to her training and practice. Gomez demonstrates a playful attention to color, texture, and surface. Palette and visual movement between, amongst, and across forms figure heavily into her pieces. In style as well as composition, Gomez’s work is replete with recurrent aesthetic maneuvers and nonetheless peppered with extensive variation and experimentation. Her canvases continue to surprise and delight the viewer in their transposition of elements across genres and movements.”
-Elizabeth Miller Ph. D

Website: www.elisagomezart.com

Glass + Metals: Independent Projects @ Hot Shop
Jan 30 @ 6:00 pm – 8:30 pm
Glass + Metals: Independent Projects @ Hot Shop

 

Work on personal glassblowing/lampworking and metalsmithing projects in this supervised open studio workshop.  Prior to attending, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium.

Metalsmithing participants must bring their own materials. Glassblowing materials are available for purchase. Tools are available for both mediums.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. 

Facilitator: Jared Clauer

Feb
2
Sun
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio
Feb 2 @ 10:00 am – 2:00 pm
Ceramic Open Studio @ Ceramics Studio

Open Studios are an opportunity to explore a medium independently. Studio technicians will be present to orient participants, but these sessions are not led by an instructor. Prior to attending on Open Studio session, participants must take a class on campus or be able to demonstrate experience with the respective medium.

Participants must be 15 or older to participate. Prices are $16 for non-members and $12 for members. Clay is available for purchase at Old Masonic Hall. $10 for 12.5 lbs + $20 for 25 lbs.

 

Studio Tech: Marian Ittner

Local Artist in Residence: Jessica Ream @ Fuqua Livery Stable
Feb 2 @ 3:30 pm – 6:30 pm
Local Artist in Residence: Jessica Ream @ Fuqua Livery Stable

Jessica Ream was born in Columbus, Ohio early in the year 1990, but was raised south of the Mason Dixon, in Carolina suburbia. She attended Savannah College of Art and Design where she graduated with honors and her BFA in Painting. A jack-of-all trades artist, she incorporates her knowledge of painting, photography, print, sewing and sculpture into her mixed media, abstract landscapes.

Her live-work studio is currently located in Keystone, Colorado, where she resides with her other half and soul mate, along with their two, four-legged, furry children.

She splits her time between studio work and teaching yoga, will never turn down an invite to coffee or tea and has found life to be more beautiful than ever could be expected.