Are you ready to get creative with us?

We are offering two six-week sessions this fall with a great line up of classes and workshops.

Register soon, class sizes are limited and they fill fast!


PS - If you don't see the class that you are looking for, check back often. We will continue to add classes and workshops through out the fall.

PSS - Our RAD Metals Studio should be finished by the end of October. Stay tuned for new jewelry/metals classes and workshops!

Current Exhibits

Jessie Wilber Gallery

Matthew Hamon | by Matthew Hamon

The photographs here are from an ongoing project that includes landscapes, portraits, and architectural images of the rural American West, that contemplate the dross cape between industry and wildlands, progress and stasis. I’m interested in the legacy of the myths of the West, and the associated nostalgia, longing and melancholy in tension with the unknowable power of nature and the clumsy legacy of man that seems ongoing.

Leroy, Wolf Creek, MT by Matthew Hamon

Lobby Gallery

Barns, Bovine, and Botanicals

by Shari Chandler

My whole world is a series of paintings. Daily, in the beauty around me; trees, clouds, snow, light, color, I am inspired, and already imagining the scene as a painting. I can't view the world any other way, and painting is my way of saying, "this scene, this is how I see it, this is the world I live in.

Cookie and Crew by Shari Chandler

Weaver Room Gallery

Flat Lens | by Jennifer Combe

My research and artistic work explore cultural constructs around gender and mothering, ability, and schooling. Drawing from autobiography, I locate the essence of an experience and then distill my understanding of that experience into simplified, often geometric, forms. This process helps deconstruct cultural paradigms that complicate interpretation and meaning—ultimately how we perceive ourselves.

Star Wars by Jennifer Combe

Upcoming Events

Circle of Life


Wild Sheep Foundation Presents: Circle Of Life

Showing both grace and strength, the Wild Sheep will leave you in awe a lot of times. Traversing across sheer cliffs and scaling the mountains of the great Rocky Mountain West. But what does the future hold for this majestic animal? As a public trust, they genuinely belong to all of us, so it’s up to all of us to conserve them. The Circle of Life

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