Although no fireworks will be launched from the top of Pompeys Pillar on Friday, visitors are likely to flock to area attractions for the holiday weekend.
Yellowstone County’s commissioner boardroom is getting a cultural makeover.
When Jefferson City painter Anne Appleby arrived on the campus of the University of Montana in 1972, she was 17 and eager to make her mark.
It’s hard to consider the work of Montana artist John Buck without also appreciating the iconic horse sculptures by his wife, Deborah Butterfield.
Undaunted by one of the coldest evenings of the year, art supporters turned out to help the YAM achieve fantastic art auction results. On behalf of the YAM's entire board and staff, thank you! Thank you to the artists, our sponsors, the buyers, the volunteers, and all who came to the event t…
Despite concern over the turnout with last weekend’s record-breaking cold, the Yellowstone Art Museum’s Auction 46 drew a strong group of buyers who purchased $225,000 worth of art.
The Yellowstone Art Museum staff refers to its Visible Vault as the community’s “treasure house.”
Yellowstone Art Museum executive director Robyn Peterson talks about a photograph by S.J. Morrow that was hand tinted by L.A. Huffman of the aftermath of the Battle of Little Bighorn. The artwork is available to view at the Yellowstone Art Museum Visible Vault.
It's simple: Without the support of donors and volunteers, none of the museums or other cultural organizations you enjoy in Billings would exist. From governance to groundskeeping, volunteers and donors who dig deeply into their own pockets are the driving force behind many of our community'…
Edgar Allan Poe and his raven, gladiators, gangsters, phantoms, flappers, zombies, and many others converged on the Northern Hotel for the Yellowstone Art Museum’s revival of Beaux Arts Ball on Oct. 19. The YAM staff and board thank all who gave themselves free rein to be creative with their…
YAM executive director Robyn Peterson wears an ornate dress for the Beaux Arts Ball. The ball has a tradition of unique costuming going back to mid-19th century Paris.
New York artist Michael Zansky flew into Billings earlier this month to a surprise. The landscape coming into focus as the plane descended resembles the gouged, burnt and painted plywood that he has spent more than a decade creating.
Crow elder Heywood Bigday used an ancient ceremony to bless an art opening Thursday at the Yellowstone Art Museum that blends historic Montana art with contemporary works.
Cows standing in a snowstorm ruled the night at the Yellowstone Art Museum's 44th annual art auction.
Ever dream of getting your doodle on Google?
Robert Royhl thinks in layers.
When the Yellowstone Art Museum opened its $6.2 million expansion in 1998, the art museum was dubbed a jewel in Montana’s cultural arts landscape. At 11,000 square feet, it became the largest contemporary art museum in the state.
The works of Montana artists Ted Waddell and Neil Jussila will be exhibited in the new federal courthouse in downtown Billings when it opens sometime late next year.
Robyn Peterson is Executive Director of the Yellowstone Art Museum.
Rocky Mountain College art professor Jim Baken is a hands-on guy, an understatement established early in his energetic talk on the opening day of the art conference “Art Trails: Ascent to the Rockies.”