Arts and Entertainment
The Arts District is located in the heart of Breckenridge. The Arts District is being developed into a pedestrian-friendly arts campus featuring several resident artist facilities and indoor and outdoor spaces for workshops and cultural events. The Tin Shop is the first resident artist facility and features visiting artists from around the world who have open studio hours and offer special workshops, demonstrations, lectures and more. Ongoing workshops are also offered at the historic Fuqua Livery Stable for children, teens and adults in a variety of mediums including drawing, painting and textiles to name a few.
Be sure to explore the great facilities including the rehabilitated Fuqua Livery Stable and the relocated Quandary Antiques Cabin. The Fuqua Livery Stable provides expanded workshops and programs including rental space for local artists. Interested in ceramics? The Quandary Antiques Cabin offers a full ceramics studio with plenty of unique opportunites to discover.
From fine art to great prints, posters to photos, Breckenridge's dozen galleries provide an experience in visual and tactile wonders. Some specialize in Southwestern or Western themes, while others promote established and new artists, many of them local. Art Shows In the summer, Breckenridge's quaint mountain streets spill forth with art shows and artisans.