The Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture is now accepting applications for solo and group art exhibits. Our three venues include the Lobby, Weaver Room and new Jessie Wilber Gallery. We are commi [ Read More ]
Have you always longed to throw pottery on the wheel, carve into leatherhard clay, glaze and fire ceramics? Now is your opportunity! For beginners through advanced students the Emerson offers summer c [ Read More ]
Summer ArtCamps @ the Emerson
For Ages 4-13
The Emerson is pleased to present a fun season of Summer ArtCamps for children ages 4-13.
Emerson’s ArtCamps include exciting projects in pottery [ Read More ]
Artists Don Sander and Ann Wilbert will be displaying new work during the month of June at the Artists’ Gallery in The Emerson.
Don Sander has painted all his life and has lived in Montana for more [ Read More ]
A large number of local activists have begun banding together to protest Genetically Modified Organisms (commonly known as GMOs) and the one company notorious for pushing them.
So far, more than 200 [ Read More ]
Beginning on Tuesday, May 21st, the Gallatin Valley YMCA in conjunction with our market research partner, Strategic Research Associates will be conducting a random phone survey to examine the communit [ Read More ]
The story of how a small committed team in Bozeman is quietly changing the way homes are built.
From the moment the first idea for the YesHaus came to us, we knew we were working with an idea whose [ Read More ]
In our busy lives we often get caught up in our day to day living and lose sight of the big picture of what we want our lives to look like and shape into. With all the opportunities we have to better [ Read More ]
Podcasts are quickly becoming the new medium of choice to consume information on the go. What are podcasts you ask? They are pre-recorded audio files that can be downloaded to an iPod, mp3 player, sma [ Read More ]
When college algebra is a distant memory and a calculator is available on every cell phone, it is easy to lose appreciation for equations. But as you write the perfect resume, one particular equation [ Read More ]
In the last few years, honey bees have made many headlines. To some, the plight of honey bees is just another symptom of planetary disease. Electromagnetic waves from cell phones and pesticide use are [ Read More ]
ReverbNation provides over 2.75 million music industry professionals — artists, managers, labels, venues, festivals/events — with powerful, easy-to-use technology to promote and prosper online. Reverb [ Read More ]
Samantha Hall - Sammy Jo was raised in Southern California, and Boise Idaho. Living in four different states, among nine cities she has found Bozeman to be centered in the most naturally inspiring areas. Picking up a camera less than six months ago, she found a new passion for capturing Bozeman via lens. Thanks to the camera, a three hour hike has turned into a five hour hike as she climbs trees or lays on the ground taking photos.
Oil painting has been her creative base, with images ranging from realism to graffiti art. Without formal training throughout high school and [ View Artist Bio ]
As well as the mag info, we update local news items of interest to our homepage, and have added a new blog for info about things that have just happened, we also have easy access for you to connect wi [ Read More ]
I have been right and people on my blog are calling me Jackie the Greek. Maybe they are right. I have been right with my Cats pick five weeks in a row. I think the Bobcats will go undefeated in the Bi [ Read More ]
Maya Angelou's poetry is inspirational, she is known to deliver a timeless message, most often of hope; her visit to Bozeman's Brick Breeden Fieldhouse on Sept 13th was not at all short on either [ Read More ]
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