Join us each week from 5-6:30 pm for inspiration, collaboration, and guidance in creative writing. In this series, aside from writing, students discuss novels and literature, share their work and offer constructive feedback for works-in-progress. On special occasions, the group will meet with guest authors and visit local bookshops to nurture the writing process and explore potential careers as authors.

For ages 13–18; age range flexible. To ensure a spot, register online. Walk-ins also welcome, first-come, first-served.

This offering has been temporarily moved from in-person to online. To register, click here to enroll online. For more information contact Drea Edwards at

To register, please click here to enroll online.

National Art Honor Society (NAHS)

Local high school students (ages 13-18) are invited to join the National Art Honor Society from September through May of every year. This group meets at Summit High School, Room 1504 every other Thursday at 7 am to create artwork, meet resident artists, visit temporary exhibitions and curate bi-annual exhibitions at the Gallery@SBL. Participants will receive a student’ membership upon attending three sessions.

For ages 13–18. To ensure a spot, register online. Walk-ins also welcome, first-come, first-served.

To register, please call 970 547 3100 or click here to enroll online.

For more information contact Karen Fischer at

This offering has been temporarily canceled in accordance with Summit School District Covid-19 mandate. We apologize for the inconvenience.

Student Exhibitions

Student exhibitions are co-curated by students at Summit High School and Breckenridge Creative Arts. Artwork reflects individual techniques, styles and themes. Student responsibilities include: selecting artwork, creating a gallery layout, writing wall tags and artist statements, running the opening reception and providing artist talks. Exhibitions are biannual in the lower level of the Breckenridge Grand Vacations Community Center and Summit County South Branch Library.

Spring/Summer Exhibition 2020: Between Two Extremes


For more information contact Karen Fischer at

Teen Internships

BCA’s teen internship program serves Summit County high school students with the goal of increasing their exposure to the arts, developing leadership and critical thinking skills, and empowering youth to be role models through direct involvement with the community. Aside from receiving academic credit through this program, other benefits include: exposure to the local, national, and international art scene, career development and access to studios on campus. As formally trained assistants, interns may be called upon to co-run field trips, educational programs, and festival events.

In addition to the above opportunities, BCA’s internship program includes an apprenticeship component. Specifically, interns will be able to hone existing art skills and will learn new techniques through access to studios and free registration for campus classes. BCA will also pair interns with local artists who will act as alternative mentors for the duration of the internship.   

For more information or to request an application for an internship, please contact Drea Edwards at