August 27-28, 2011, 10AM-5PM
Livingston and surrounding area.
•Preview Exhibition: August 23–28
•Opening Reception: August 26 (Art Walk!)
•All at the Danforth Gallery: 106 N. Main
The Park County Friends of the Arts and the 2011 Studio Tour Committee are proud to bring you the annual Park County Studio Tour. This year the Studio Tour spotlights the personal work space of 40 artists. From painters to potters and boat builders, this is a unique opportunity to see behind the scenes of the creative process and purchase original works of art in the private setting of artists’ studios.
The popular self-guided studio tour is held each year over two consecutive days highlighting accomplished regional artists. The tour provides a stimulating context for the public to discover the rich variety of work being produced in the Livingston area. We invite you to come meet some of the talented and renowned artists who make Montana such a creative place to live.
From barn studios in Paradise Valley to lofts in downtown Livingston and workshops outside Wilsall, see first hand how the studio setting inspires the art produced. We hope to meet you on the tour!
Learn more about the tour, tickets, prizes, and the artists:
Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art needs art teachers for its Fall after school classes, adult art classes Saturday, weekend programs, VSA and preschool programs.
We are looking for art teachers who are serious about making their own art and communicating their knowledge of the creative process to others, both children and adults. Teaching experience and art expertise are necessary. Preference is given to experienced teachers with advanced degrees in art or art education.
Please send a resume with references, a teaching philosophy, your art images and your student’s artwork to:
Curator of Education
Paris Gibson Square Art Museum
1400 First Ave. North
Great Falls, MT 59401
or call 406-727-8255, for more information.
Program Supports Sending U.S. Performing Artists
to Festivals Abroad
Deadline: September 15, 2011Often characterized as “midcareer” awards, Guggenheim Fellowships are intended for men and women who have already demonstrated exceptional capacity for productive scholarship or exceptional creative ability in the arts.
Professional Artist Magazine
City of Las Vegas Arts Commission, Public Art Opportunities