CAE has re-opened to the public, and we have some amazing kids classes listed this fall. We’ll be adding more, so please check back. Please click here to view our new safety policies for all in-person classes at Center for the Arts Evergreen.

Stagecraft Prop Making Class with Krista Hines

February 8-March 15 (6 Tuesdays)
4-5:30 pm
$120 CAE members / $132 non-member (all supplies included)

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Be an Art Master! with Meagan Andersen (Ages 5-8)

February 9-March 16 (No class on March 3)
Wednesdays, 4-5:30 pm
$126 CAE members / $140 non-member (This includes a $10 lab fee for all supplies)

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Prodigious Printmaking II (ages 8-13)

February 10-March 17 (No class on March 3)
Thursdays, 4-5:30 pm
$130 CAE members / $145 non-member (This includes a $15 lab fee to cover all supplies.)

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Outdoor Snowsports Photography Workshop at Loveland Ski Area (ages 13-18)

Saturday, February 12: Outdoor Snowsports Photography Workshop at Loveland Ski Area (Ages 13-18)
Ages 13-18 (Participants under 16 must be accompanied by an adult)
9:30 am-1:30 pm with additional unstructured time at Cabin Creek Brewery starting at 2 pm
$170 members / $190 non-members

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Upcycled Sculpture Art Spring Break “Camp”

Ages 6-12, 9 am-2:30 pm (with a 30-minute supervised break for lunch)
$70 members / $77 non-members (FULL DAY) (This includes a $10 lab fee)

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Registration for Center for the Arts Evergreen (CAE) classes can be completed on our website (, over the phone (303-674-0056), on in person. If you are registering by phone, please have your credit number ready to make a payment. In person, we accept credit cards, cash, or checks. CAE is open from 10 am-5 pm M-F and from 10 am-4 pm on Saturdays. Please note that class registration ends 24 hours before the class start, so register early.

Class space cannot be reserved without full payment. Please note that classes require a minimum number of students. We publish these minimums on our website for each individual class. Classes are subject to cancellation due to insufficient registration. To respect our students’ and our instructors’ time, we will cancel the class one week before the first meeting if we have not met the minimum. To avoid class cancellations, please register early and encourage others to register for the class, too!


  • If CAE cancels a class due to unmet minimums, we will issue a full refund or a class credit to you.
  • If YOU cancel a class or workshop registration:
  • Please let us know in writing by email ( at least 14 days before the start of class. If we receive written notification before the 14 day cutoff, CAE will issue a class credit or a full refund of your payment.
  • If cancellations are made with less than 14 days before the class starts, CAE CANNOT issue any refunds or class credits.
  • If you register for a class with 14 days or less of the class start, no refunds or credits can be provided if you cancel your registration.
  • We cannot issue refunds or class credits for no-shows to class.


If you cancel a class or workshop registration before the 14 day deadline or if CAE cancels due to unmet minimums, you may choose to receive a credit for a future class or workshop. If you choose a credit, that credit must be used within the calendar year. (e.g., All credits issued in 2020 must be used before December 31, 2020.)

Special Classes and Workshops: In the event that CAE has procured an out-of-state or special facilitator, one month is required for cancellation. This variation from the policy will be listed with the  specific details of the course. Credit card fees are deducted from the refund amount.

Weather Policy: CAE follows the schedule set forth by Jefferson County Schools. However, our teachers can also make the decision to cancel classes due to weather. Safety is our first priority. In the event of a weather cancellation, the teacher will arrange a make-up class session.

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