Carbondale Arts offers a wide range of community events throughout the year from gallery openings, to social sketching to Mountain Fair and even opera! Almost all of our events are free and open to the public.
Sat Dec. 21 10-5 & Sun Dec. 22 12-5
Save the dates! In addition to this year’s Deck the Walls Artisan Market, Carbondale Arts presents their second annual Pop-Up Holiday Farmer’s Market at The Launchpad on Saturday, December 21st, from 10am to 5pm and Sunday, December 22nd, from 12-5pm. Come by to gather holiday breads by Beth Johnson, fresh-baked sourdough breads by Shepherds Breads, empanadas, fresh vegetables from Erin’s Acres, fresh mushrooms from Mateo Rader, cookies, pies, cakes from Coppelia Cakes, and more!
Questions: email firstname.lastname@example.org or call (970) 963-1680.
Tuesday, January 21, 6-8:30pm Launchpad
This workshop, led by Teresa Booth Brown, discusses successful application strategies for artists interested in applying for shows, residencies, awards, grants, and other opportunities. The evening will focus on how to create stand-out images, clear writing samples, and thoughtful proposals.
Teresa Booth Brown lives and works in her home studio on a farm in Colorado. In addition to showing, teaching, and working as an arts advocate she has been a fellow at the Skowhegan School of Painting and Sculpture, a resident artist at The Anderson Ranch Arts Center, and a twice a resident at the Ucross Foundation in Wyoming. In 2012 she was a visiting artist at the American Academy in Rome. She is currently part of the faculty at Anderson Ranch. More of her work can be seen at teresaboothbrown.com.
This workshop is FREE, but space is limited to 20 participants.Sign Up Here
Sunday, December 15 at 6pm
Open 7 Days a Week through Dec 28!
Carbondale Arts presents Deck the Walls, an Artisan Market, now at The Launchpad and running through December 28. Open weekdays 9am-5pm, Saturdays 10am-5pm, and Sundays 12-4pm. Learn more about the 50+ local and regional artisans at our website!
Presented each holiday season by Carbondale Arts, Deck the Walls is carefully juried and open to artists and craftspeople all over the Roaring Fork Valley and the state of Colorado. Our goal is to provide vendors with an exceptional venue for their unique wares and to offer our community a chance to take home thoughtful and well-made local and regional goods.
Carbondale Arts is cultivating a vibrant collective of local and regional artists, designers, and hand-makers for each year’s Deck the Walls. We strive to help small businesses grow and to encourage community to engage and connect with the artisans while supporting our local economy during the holidays.
Second Saturdays Membership Discount!
On every Second Saturday, current Carbondale Arts members receive a 10% discount at the Artique and this month, the discount is applied to all purchases made at our Deck the Walls market!
SAVE THE DATE: Pop-Up Holiday Artisan Farmers Market
Saturday, 12/21 from 10am-5pm and Sunday, 12/22 from 12-4pm at The Launchpad. Featuring local food-based creatives from bread and cake makers to mushroom growers and more!
Remember to shop local, support small businesses, and help our local creatives each holiday season!
Questions about Deck the Walls?
Call 970-963-1680 or email email@example.com.
Now through December
Lindsay Jones, is a fine artist, textile designer, and illustrator with a unique vision and passion for the outdoors. She has masters degrees in painting, printmaking, and sculpture. Based in Carbondale, Lindsay has worked for clients in the outdoor apparel industry including Nikita, Shredly, Stio, and Wild Rye. You may have seen her animation work locally at 5 Point Film Festival in “The Frenchy”, or recently in the Aspen Valley Land Trust film “The Point”.
Lindsay is actively involved with Carbondale Arts, currently serving as the Gallery Chair and a member of the Mural Committee, helping to bring fresh, contemporary art works into our public spaces.
When she’s not working on art and design projects, Lindsay loves to explore outside, camp, and mountain bike, all of which inspire her creative work.
Mid August through the fall
If you find yourself in Denver, be sure to check out the work of Carbondale artists in the Rotunda of the Capitol, in the Lieutenant Governor’s office, located inside the Capitol, as well as the office of the staff for the Legislative Council. Participating artists in this dynamic group exhibition include Kay Clarke, Brian Colley, Larry Day, Staci Dickerson, Kristen Doyle, Dave Durrance, Monica Goldsmith, Jim Harris, Chris Hassig, Lindsay Jones, Reina Katzenberger, Wewer Keohane, Steve Lock, Charmaine Locke, Paul Manes, Jay Phillips, William Poague, Mike Rand, Katherine Rickenbaugh Rich, Erin Rigney, Annette and Andrew Roberts-Gray, Deva Shantay, Lisa Singer, Jeffrey Stevens, James Surls, Catherine Tallmadge, Andy Taylor, Nicolette Toussaint, Katy VanNostrand, Greg Watts, and Marcia Weese. This exhibition came about because of a partnership between the Carbondale Creative District and Colorado Creative Industries. Spread the word to all your Denver peeps!