Serving the needs of today’s students

For more than 45 years, the Colorado Mountain College Foundation has helped deliver quality, affordable education and training to the rural resort areas of Colorado. Every day our donors invest in the future by supporting a community college that is accessible and relevant to today’s students. With your help, we are proud to continue CMC’s long tradition as the source for higher education in the Rocky Mountain region.

IMPACT

John and Jessica Fullerton with Walter Isaacson at the Aspen Institute.

John and Jessica Fullerton with Walter Isaacson at the Aspen Institute.

First $1 million donated to Isaacson School for New Media at Colorado Mountain College.
Read eNews Story

GIVE/ISAACSON SCHOOL FOR NEW MEDIA

Now at the CMC Foundation

Graduates celebrate at CMC in Steamboat Springs.

CMC Foundation Newsletters

View/download the latest CMC Foundation newsletter.

July 2014 Eagle Enews

June 2014 Eagle Enews

 May 2014 Eagle Enews

 April 2014 Eagle Enews

Colorado Mountain College Foundation  Annual Report.

First Choice Review

We invite you to view the 2012 – 2013 CMC First Choice Review, which illustrates our efforts to be first choice in learning, leadership, and partnerships. We also thank those who have made us their first choice in giving over the past year!

See the online First Choice Review

September – October 2014

Sep
5
Fri
Andrea Kemp Fine Art – Opening Reception @ CMC ArtShare Gallery
Sep 5 @ 5:00 pm – 8:00 pm

Andrea Kemp Fine Art at the CMC ArtShare Gallery September 4 – October 27; September 12 Opening Reception

Oct
3
Fri
Plein Air Painting Workshop @ Silt River Open Space Park
Oct 3 @ 9:00 am – Oct 4 @ 4:00 pm

Dan Young Plein Air Painting Workshop

“Cottonwood Glory”, by Dan Young

“Cottonwood Glory”, by Dan Young

The emphasis of the class will be painting from life. There will be a short lecture the first morning. The remainder of the class will be out in the field. We will spend a lot time discussing the fundamentals of creating strong paintings on location. How you start the painting is such an important part of the process. We will work on getting a solid start on your paintings, so we spend less time correcting mistakes. Learning to see and editing are other important parts of the process that we will cover. We will discuss the importance of your field work and how it relates to your studio work. Come prepared to paint two small paintings a day. There will be demos, critiques and hopefully a few laughs.

Workshop location

Silt River Open Space Park, County Road 331

Supply List

Paint Colors

The following colors are the palette Dan uses. Any brand of professional grade paint you prefer is fine. It’s not required that you purchase all of them, but preferred you bring at least the first five colors:

  • Ultramarine Blue
  • Cadmium Orange
  • Alizarin Crimson
  • Titanium White
  • Cadmium Yellow
  • Cadmium Lemon Yellow
  • Burnt Sienna
  • Cobalt Blu
  • Yellow Ochre
  • Sap Green
  • Cadmium Red Light
  • Viridian

Paint Panels:

  • A variety of boards or canvas panels‐ small sizes, 8×10, 10×12, 12×16, etc.
  • Dan works on linen panels; gessoed masonite panels are more affordable and work fine.

Brushes

  • Assorted bristle brushes. Dan uses brights and flats. Bring your preference.
  • Recommend sizes #6, #8, and #10

Miscellaneous items

  • French Easel or portable outdoor easel
  • Paper towels or paint rags, trash bags
  • Turpentine or other odorless thinner and a container
  • Paint Palette
  • Palette knives
  • Sketch pad and drawing implement
  • Hat or visor, sunscreen
  • WATER and a sandwich just in case

www.danyoungstudio.com