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Article From: Belgrade News

Entries ranging from utilitarian to whimsical were on display this week during the first ever Recycled Art Contest sponsored by Belgrade’s ReStore and the Gallatin Art Crossing.

“We’re really happy with how this turned out,” said …

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Story From: KBZK

A familiar sculpture at the Bozeman Public Library will now be there permanently. The ‘Red Whirly’ sculpture which stands right outside the library was purchased through The Library Foundation, Friends of the Library, and the Gallatin Art …

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Article From: Big Sky Journal

Gallatin Art Crossing is proud to announce the purchase of sculptor Jesse Swickard’s “Vualo de Aves”. This purchase was supported by a grant from Downtown Business Partnership. The stainless steel sculpture will remain at its …

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By Rolf Tengdin, Chronicle Staff Writer

Gallatin Art Crossing has added a new sculpture to its collection, a stainless steel statue titled “Vualo de Aves,” installed on the path to Bozeman City Hall.

Jesse Swickard of Oregon created the piece, …

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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 …

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Article from: Only in Bozeman

Art is a (very) big deal in Bozeman. The area alone is inspiring with big skies and mountain vistas in every direction. The culture of the town also play a huge part of the thriving …

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Article from: Explore Big Sky

By Sarah Gianelli EBS Associate Editor

BIG SKY – According to the third annual Arts Vibrancy Index released by the National Center for Arts Research, Bozeman is among the top 20 most vibrant arts communities …

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Article from: The Bozone

The Gallatin Art Crossing is excited to announce its Annual Reception and Fundraiser during the Art Walks on Friday, August 12th at the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture (North end) from 6-8pm. This Reception …

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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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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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