InstructorLinda McBride
Create a unique token with clay-like material that will have beautiful colors.

In an hour-long online Zoom class, we will show you how to make and decorate tokens with symbols for the people who helped us to stay safe and at home during this time with the COVID-19 pandemic. Your name… Read more
InstructorLinda McBride
Create a unique token with clay-like material that will have beautiful colors.

In an hour-long online Zoom class, we will show you how to make and decorate tokens with symbols for the people who helped us to stay safe and at home during this time with the COVID-19 pandemic. Your name… Read more
InstructorRachel Egelston
Tuesday, Sept 8: Messy Art – Soap foam printing, frozen paint, water blaster painting, shadow drawing, painting with bubbles. Using these methods, students will create a series of projects.
InstructorRachel Egelston
Session 1 Sept 4-25: Art Foundation: Painting, drawing and sculpture.

Extend your student’s learning beyond the classroom with this after-school program. Children will learn something new or develop their own artistic voice while building their critical thinking skills… Read more
InstructorRobbie Breaux
This course is for both beginner and intermediate students. Beginners focus on simple forms (mugs with handles and bowels), glazes, and glazing techniques. Intermediate students receive instruction on techniques they want to hone, such as lidded vessels, plates, or stacked forms. Throughout the… Read more
InstructorGary Andrews
Escape into the world of clay. Students learn the basics of hand-building, then dive into the skills needed to throw fundamental forms which have been used through the ages. At times Gary will provide pre-thrown pots for students to practice glazing. Come relax and tap into your right brain.
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Gallery sponsored by Chuck and Robbie Breaux   It is said that the apprentice with clean hands will still manage to smudge a print, but the master with dirty hands prints without flaw. Such printers as Yoshitoshi, Albrecht Durer, and Alphonse Mucha captivate the imagination and foster skills that…
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As a form of self-expression, artworks take on countless forms and meanings. It is this very quality that makes art an ideal vehicle for acceptance and unity. The vast genres of artistic expression exemplify the beauty and diversity of ideas, ethnicities, religions, and genders. By embracing our…
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Works by Ned Axthelm Sponsored by Dean and Mary Harris Gallery sponsored by Dr. Michael Neste / Family Health West   Freezing moments in time and enlightening our perspective on human interactions through his paintings, artist Ned Axthelm will be exhibiting his work at The Art Center this…
InstructorRachel Egelston
Here is a chance to get your creative juices going! The Art Center of Western Colorado understands the challenges that are here during these uncertain times, so we would like to give you different opportunities to be creative. An Art in Motion box will give you a hands-on fun opportunity to create… Read more
InstructorRachel Egelston
Box includes canvas, crazy scissors, glue, fabric, tempera paint, markers, pencil, magazine pages, watercolor paper, matboard, eraser, newspaper, glass tiles, pinecones, rocks, long pods from a Catapala tree, yarn, feathers, and more. There is a Zentangle Learning sheet, collage examples, and ideas… Read more

News and Announcements

Friday, January 1, 2021 - 13:50

COVID-19 Precautions for Youth & Teens

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Due to the COVID-19 situation, The Art Center is temporarily closed. We will be opening on a limited-access basis beginning June 5!
Thank you for your patience and continued support.