Odds are, there aren’t many 14-year-olds in Billings worrying about enriching the lives of the women locked up in prison.
Yellowstone Art Museum education director Linda Ewert, left, talks to a class of students about an exhibit by artist Ali Kaaf during a Docent 2nd Saturday in mid-January. After a tour, the children create artwork inspired by what they’ve seen.
The historical and personal moments depicted in an exhibit of Pulitzer Prize photographs at the Yellowstone Art Museum left some viewers speechless Thursday.
Billings Parmly Library and the Yellowstone Art Museum are hosting a series of presentations on Myanmar/Burma and Cuba.
Linda Ewert's recent trip to Cuba is the subject of a presentation set for April 28 at the Yellowstone Art Museum. The program will include photos from the Carribean nation, including this street scene from Havana. "What more could you ask for in an adventurous tourist destination?" Ewert, e…
A pipe-cleaner portrait of her family in green, purple and pink colors hangs on a wall in Tana Patterson’s home studio. Her mellow Heinz 57 breed dog Connor Orion lies in a sunny corner.
Calling all shop teachers, art instructors, philosophers and history buffs: John Buck’s expansive exhibit “Iconography’’ at the Yellowstone Art Museum is coming to an end.