Thursday, March 23, 2017

Programs

In addition to our regular schedule of classes, events, and drop-in activities, Alpine Arts Center works with schools, organizations, families, and businesses in the Vail Valley to provide specialized programs that fit their specific needs.  If you have a particular program in mind that you would like to see launched at Alpine Arts Center, please contact us and we will work together to take the idea from a thought to fruition.  Here are some examples of the programs we offer throughout the valley.

School Programs
If you are a teacher, PTA member, or parent, Alpine Arts Center would love to partner with your school throughout the year. Some of the programs we have implemented with schools include class field trips to the arts center, bringing a guest artist into your classroom, offering weekly after school art classes at your school, assisting with art projects for school fundraisers, utilizing our gallery space for a school wide art exhibit, and offering enrichment art for select students.  We'll help you develop a cross-curricular art project to emphasize one of your current academic lessons.  You'll be amazed how we can reinforce any lesson plan through art and bring your classroom to life!  Please contact us to make arrangements.

Business Programs
Alpine Arts Center offers staff appreciation activities, team building workshops, and space rental for business events/presentations.  We can work within your budget to set up a memorable art class for your employees, or rent our facilities for your next business meeting to get your staff inspired and thinking creatively outside the box.  Please contact us and we will provide you with ideas and references.

Hotel Programs
Guests love being creative and making souvenirs to remember their trip to Vail or Beaver Creek.  Alpine Arts Center can come to your hotel weekly and/or offer individual classes to your guests; we can also create special classes for your guests at Alpine Arts Center.  Click here for details and pricing.

Gallery Series
The gallery series promotes local and national artists.  See the calendar of events for exhibit information and art gallery openings each month.  If you are an artist and would like to hold a gallery exhibit at Alpine Arts Center, please contact us for more information.

Community Outreach Program
Are you a part of an organization that would benefit from a partnership with Alpine Arts Center?  If you have an idea to spread the arts through our community please contact us to make it happen.

Internship Program
Our Internship Program provides a way for high school and college students to gain experience in a particular art field or to learn more about the basic business practices involved in running an arts center.  Credit hours and a structured format for internships will be determined on an individual basis to meet school requirements.  Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information about internships.

Volunteer Programs
We owe a great deal of gratitude to the volunteers who donate their time to help make Alpine Arts Center a well-oiled machine. If you are interested in helping Alpine Arts Center with classes, programs, and events we would love to have you become a part of our team.  Please contact This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. for more information about volunteering.

Recycling Program
Do you have materials lying around your house that might make good art project supplies?  We love using recycled materials for our art projects because they are environmentally friendly and help teach our students new and creative ways to use everyday materials!  Alpine Arts Center gladly accepts items such as bottle caps and corks, fabric, yarn, paper, sea shells, pipe cleaners, cotton balls, plates, mugs, tiles, etc.  Please drop off these materials anytime!

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