Bozeman’s 37th annual Sweet Pea Festival
“Create a Dream” is the theme for this year’s festival, which always aims to celebrate the arts.
As a transplant to Bozeman, I am quick to bemoan most of the movies shown at the “big movie theater”.
Don’t Close Your Eyes
Tucked away in the valley of Bozeman Montana is an art community that continues to thrive every year with unique projects and equally unique artists.
Cover Artist for the April 2014 Issue
Anna Callahan was born and raised in Prescott, Arizona, which instilled a lasting love of western landscapes in her heart. Anna spent her childhood finding adventure outside, chasing silverfish and sunshine, and digging for gold. In her youth…
Paula Poundstone is hilarious. That may come as absolutely no surprise to you if you have ever seen her stand-up or any of her shows, but talking to her on the phone is an experience like none other. She had me crying I was laughing so hard, and the…
In August 1992, Ryan Pearce turned 13 and his grandfather, Warren Higgins, began a tradition that would carry on until Ryan entered adulthood. Every Wednesday for the next five years, Higgins composed and mailed a letter filled with life lessons and…
It’s hard to predict the exact snowfall for the upcoming winter in the small community and legendary ski town of Big Sky, Montana, but one thing is for sure: the cultural forecast looks amazing.
The Downtown Bozeman Association, Downtown Bozeman art galleries, and retailers and the Emerson Center for Art and Culture are proud to present the first Downtown Bozeman Winter Art Walk on Friday, December 13 from 6-8pm.
The Winter Art Walk is the…
The Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture and the Downtown Bozeman Association are looking for the artist to create the 2013 Christmas Stroll poster!
Please email a high resolution (300 dpi or greater) .tiff or .jpeg image of 2-D art work in…
If you have been paying attention over the last few summers in and around the streets of Bozeman, you may have noticed some mysterious paintings appearing randomly throughout the city. You may even be the proud owner of one of these masterpieces…