Burke Jam’s exhibition “Fracture” opens with a gallery talk at 6 p.m. on Nov. 13 and remains on view at the Northcutt Steele Gallery in the Liberal Arts Building at Montana State University Billings through Dec. 11.
The Yellowstone Art Museum, the oldest contemporary art museum in Montana, is celebrating its 50th anniversary with a gala on Nov. 7 at the downtown Billings museum.
The Ryniker-Morrison Gallery, located in Tech Hall on the Rocky Mountain College campus, will play host to the first juried Art Majors and Minors Student Show from Nov. 7 through Dec. 3.
The Toucan Gallery, 2505 Montana Ave., is hosting “A Little Art Show” featuring 100 small works by regional artists.
The late Grass Range artist Bill Stockton called himself a lone wolf in a 1970s interview because he hadn’t read an art magazine in 15 years and “had nothing to do with the art world.”
There was a day back in the 1990s when Jeanette Tasey walked into a bar for a glass of beer in South Philadelphia and strolled out with one of her favorite photographs.
In his new exhibit, “On Fire,” Billings artist Bently Spang tells the story of the Ash Creek Fire that burned his family’s ranch in 2012 through the prospective of the charred trees.
Molt artist Tracy Linder’s home and studio are six miles from the nearest paved road, and a passing vehicle is a rarity.
The Billings Gazette and Arts Without Boundaries are recognizing outstanding high school seniors in the Billings area for their contributions to the arts. Over the next few months, Enjoy is featuring high school seniors who are recipients of a $100 scholarship awarded by Arts Without Boundar…
The Yellowstone Art Museum will screen several episodes from ART21 Access ‘14 as part of Educator’s Free Day at the museum.
Come meet the new ArtWalk president and visit with artists at 30 downtown galleries and businesses Friday during the Autumn ArtWalk.
An opening reception is Thursday from 4 to 6 p.m. for the 12th annual and final exposition of the Photographic Institute of the Yellowstone in the Ryniker-Morrison Gallery at Rocky Mountain College.
“A View without a Room,” a program designed to teach photography skills to those experiencing homelessness and who are formerly homeless, begins Friday at del Alma Gallery, 2507 Montana Ave. The opening is from 5 to 8 p.m.
Former Montana artist Molly Murphy-Adams once described humor as tragedy survived.
Q’s Art Shop and Gallery, 1511 Sixth Ave. N., is hosting an art show and sale as a fundraising event to benefit artists who are clients of the Mental Health Center.
Surrealist artist T. L. Solien’s new body of work, inspired by both literary sources and historical epochs, is up at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
“Forward Facing: A look at Portraits by Twentieth-Century Masters” opens Monday, Sept. 22 at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
Jon Wayne and the Pain and Cure For the Common are playing an Oct. 3 show at the Babcock Theatre.
Rossella Vasta, artist and director of the Pieve International School in Corciano, Italy, will speak at the Yellowstone Art Museum in the Murdock Gallery on Saturday at 2 p.m.
The Billings Public Library is holding a Maker Mania event on Saturday, Sept. 20 from 11 a.m. to 3 p.m.
Billings teacher and artist Edith Freeman is remembered as a gracious lady with talented hands.
Local fiber artist, Brooke Atherton, is teaching a fabric and paper bleaching class at the Yellowstone Art Museum Sept. 27.
Sidney artist Jerry Cornelia is exploring new dimensions with his art, using his fertile imagination to create 3-dimensional female faces in unusual colors of red, silver and blue.
One of the challenges for Liz Harding on Friday was how to scatter a bag of LEGOs to look like the inside of a man’s chest spilling out.
Just after World War II, the first murals went up at Senior High.