Spring Art Week is a Grand Valley tradition, in its 33rd year, where area students have the opportunity to observe professional working artists as they create, explain their process, and inspire students.

We invite you to join us for the opening of Monuments & Canyons - an exhibition featuring artists’ works from the Monuments and Canyons Plein Air Event. This event is free and open to the public with a cash beer and…

Save the date for our annual Benefit Auction! Tickets are now available!
Journey with the Art Center on this fantastic road with stops in Taos, Santa Fe, Acoma, Gallup and Winslow with side trip to see visit historic trading posts on the Navajo Reservation.
We drive the Unaweep-Tabeguache Scenic Byway to Gateway Canyons Resort and share stories ranging from horse thieves to ghost towns to testing for atomic blasts.
Join Art Center Curator, Matt Jones, as we experience art and culture in Denver.
Nine Mile Canyon contains one of the highest concentrates of rock art in North America and has been called “the world’s longest art museum.” Images spanning many ages and cultures are well preserved and abundant.
Don’t miss this chance to visit Redstone Castle, the historic Marble factory site, and more.
High on the Uncompahgre Plateau is the abandoned mining community of Calamity Camp.
Delta and the Egyptian Theatre through Montrose And Shavano Rock Art Valley