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2017 Reception & Fundraiser

The Gallatin Art Crossing is excited to announce our Annual Reception and Fundraiser during the Art Walk on Friday, August 11, 2017 at the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture (north lawn) from 6:00-8:00pm. This Reception is open to the public and is a celebration of our community effort as a unique outdoor sculpture exhibit.

This year, the Art Crossing is celebrating our downtown …

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Women In Art Panel Discussion – Playback

Thursday, March 24 at 7pm was the first of the spring lecture series, “Women in Art”—an interactive discussion bringing together several artists, academics and community members who are deeply interested and invested in this topic.

Panelists included:

  • Cynthia Andrus,
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Iron Man: Remuda of Sculptures and Equine Art

Unlike other herds, Dolan’s 39-head strong remuda is made of steel, 4,000-feet of frayed black rope, bed liner and blue paint.

Article From: John Deere Journal

Sporting a grey cowboy hat stained by the sweat of many hours of labor, …

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Art v. Architecture Panel Discussion

The second of the Gallatin Art Crossing lecture series will take place Wednesday, December 9th at 7pm in the Bozeman Public Library. This interactive discussion will bring together several members of the architecture and art communities to talk about “Art …

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Brand-new Downtown Sculpture to be Moved

By Eric Dietrich, Chronicle Staff Writer
Bozeman Daily Chronicle – Dec 5, 2015

Want to see local artist EJ Engler’s new 20-foot-tall sculpture in front of Wild Joe’s coffee shop? Better hurry, because it’s having its Main Street tenure cut …

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Local Artist Behind 20-foot Sculpture

By Morgan Brown, Chronicle Staff Writer
Bozeman Daily Chronicle – Dec 1, 2015

A 20-foot-tall sculpture is set to be installed on Main Street this morning.

The artist, EJ Engler, has been sculpting for 30 years. An architect and the …

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Art & Money Panel Discussion – Playback

Tuesday, November 10 at 7pm was the first of the fall lecture series, “Art & Money”—a platform for artists, academics and art dealers to discuss the business of art.

Panelists included:

  • Jim Zimpel, MSU Assistant Professor of sculpture who
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The Art and Soul of the Gallatin Valley

By: Kali Gillette

Bozeman’s art scene just got bigger, literally. Gallatin Art Crossing and Bozeman Sculpture Park have combined forces, and the result is more public art.

In 2008, Tate Chamberlin started Gallatin Art Crossing with $400 and the mission …

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Kendra McKlosky

By: Kali Gillette

“Superfund” and “Art” generally don’t go hand in hand, but Kendra McKlosky is changing that.

McKlosky’s permanent donation to the Bozeman Sculpture Park is as historically significant as it is beautiful. Her piece, titled “Twice Removed” is …

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Art & Money Panel Discussion

Join us Tuesday, November 10 at 7pm for the first of the fall lecture series, “Art & Money”—a platform for artists, academics and art dealers to discuss the business of art.

Panelists include:

  • Jim Zimpel, MSU Assistant Professor of
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