As part of a Fall 2009 class taught by Joseph Ostraff, Hutchison and his classmates each painted pictures of mason jars, which were then sold. The proceeds from the sale went to feeding hungry families.
In 2011 Bryan was part of the Capitol Reef Project funded by the Laycock Center for Creative Collaboration in the Arts. The project included students from all disciplines of visual arts and concluded with an exhibit, A Private Experience in a Public Space, at BYU and also at Snow College. He was also a recipient of a scholarship in 2012 sponsored by the Ray and Tye Noorda Foundation.
In 2013, Hutchison was invited to participate in BYU's Billboard Poetry Project, funded by The Laycock Center for Creative Collaboration in the Arts, which was directed by Professor Dan Barney. Hutchison served on a committee that shaped the project's trajectory. He also presented a printmaking workshop for the project.