Programs and Events Overview
The Bookcliffs Arts Center provides programs and events which encourage the exploration of and participation in a broad range of regional arts and culture. Our programs include Visual,
Performing, Culinary, Garden Arts and Humanities.
A Part of our Visual Arts Program, Art After Hours is an evening workshop program which invites participants to study a particular graphic art form or technique under the guidance of a visiting instructor. Very popular since its inception, such topics of study have included watercolor, pastel and acrylic mediums. Please visit out calendar for more information or contact George Cutting at firstname.lastname@example.org
Hilltop Summer Music Series
Every summer for the past three years, the Bookcliffs Arts Center has sponsored a summer concert series up on the hill, where the public is invited to enjoy an array of musical styles from an equally diverse array of local bands. Free to public, you are invited to join us this summer on the 2nd and 4th Thursdays for 90-minute concerts beginning in June. Please visit our calendar for more information.
The thriving Rifle Community Gardens, under the direction of Program Director and BAC Treasurer, June Renfro has begun its spring pre-planting clean up. June has been working diligently with members to ensure a successful growing season in 2015. This year, BAC is adding From Garden to Kitchen classes, taught on site by one of our Master Gardeners/Chefs. Please visit our calendar for more information about these new classes or contact June at email@example.com
BAC’s newest program, Culinary Arts, was off to a good start in fall 2014 with a series of classes called ‘Healthy Cooking,’ taught by Board Member, Genie Ulshoffer. BAC is currently completing our summer and fall schedule of Living and Cooking Healthy classes. Please visit our calendar for specific dates, times and classes.
The Bookcliffs Arts Council is a 501c3 nonprofit.