We cannot say enough wonderful things about our residents who generously contribute their time, knowledge and material each month for the BCFA community outreach program that we call, “Brush Creek Presents”. Winter months are the time for this program to travel with our residents and their presentations to the schools around The Platte Valley in Carbon County. This includes the Saratoga and Encampment schools. Presentations are always unique, informative, engaging and saturated with all of the talent and passion these accomplished artists possess. Students, teachers and residents benefit from these engagements in many ways. The exposure to all forms of art in the education system has proven to be beneficial to students and their development. The curiosity of the children during this time turns in to a sparkle in their eye when the words or imagery of an artist strikes their interest or passion. The possibilities of impact and inspiration for the students are limitless and we are grateful to be a part of it. Thank you to the schools for allowing us to share and thank you to these fine artists for their contributions.
2017 March Residents of BCFA bring their work and knowledge to The Encampment K-12 School
Brrr!! Winter storms encompassed The Platte Valley and many parts of Wyoming over the last week. BCFA staff charged through the challenge to keep the departing February residents and arriving March residents safe in their travels and settled in at their respective destinations.
We were sad to say goodbye to another incredible group from February. Now that our monthly transition is complete, we would like to proudly introduce the newest residents of BCFA. Here are the eight, enthusiastic creatives of March 2017!
(Left to Right) Maxim Loskutoff, Marilynn Brandenburger, Margaret Watson, Molly Pattison, Pilar Hanson, Tony Solitro, Heather Bryant, and Vanessa Compton
It will be a thrill to witness the beautiful work they create. For more information on these professionals, check out the “Our Residents” page.
We are accepting applications NOW for The BCFA 2017 Summer/Fall Session. This is quite the unique opportunity for emerging and established artists alike to share in the time and space provided by our non-profit organization. The work, art, relationships, connections, memories and experiences created at Brush Creek Ranch are indelible and our residents continue to rave about their time here.
Apply now for a chance to be awarded with a 2-4 week residency at Brush Creek Foundation for the Arts! The application fee is $40 and non-refundable. Applicants are scored by a jury and selected based on ratings and availability.
Apply at www.callforentry.org
More Details at www.brushcreekarts.org/residency-info
Brush Creek Foundation for The Arts has released the end of year newsletter to recap 2016. Check out the link below and happy holidays to all! Become a subscriber today to receive future newsletters and updates.