In the Arts
Montana Artist's Refuge in Basin, Montana
The Montana Artists Refuge, an artist-run residency program in Basin, Montana, offers one to nine-month residencies year-round. Residencies offer artists of all disciplines a supportive environment in which to create new work and explore new possibilities within a small community of other artists.
Larger than Life: the art of John Banovich
Editor/Montana LivingMonet had his garden, where he found inspiration for his art.John Banovich has Pine Creek.Banovich, a Butte native, is a world-renowned wildlife artist who has a home on the Yellowstone River near Livingston. It's here that he not only paints, but like Monet in his garden, gathers inspiration for his paintings of tigers in Russia, jaguars in South America or lions...
Montana actor performs as Marlene Dietrich in Berlin
Jennifer Julian Johnson has been invited by The German Fulbright Commission to perform excerpts from her one-woman show chronicling the life of legendary film icon and 1920's German cabaret star, Marlene Dietrich. The performance will be part of the 57th Annual Berlin Seminar for American Fulbright Scholars in Berlin March 20-24, 2011. The conference marks the 57th meeting of American Fulbrighters in Europe and will focus on the transatlantic relationship and the role of Fulbright Scholarship recipients.
Glacier Symphony and Chorale presents Durufle and Mozart requiems
Glacier Symphony and Chorale brings two significant Requiem Mass works to concert stages in Whitefish and Kalispell March 19 and 20. Glacier Symphony and Chorale will present “Through the Sacred Veil” a concert featuring the Durufle Requiem and Mozart Requiem, two of the most significant Requiem masses in the symphonic choral literature, on March 19 in Whitefish and March 20 in Kalispell. Music Director of the GSC, John Zoltek, will conduct the combined forces of the chorale and the symphony with the addition of four special guest soloists. James Stanard directs the chorale in preparation for the concert.
Hands of Harvest: The Craft Heritage Trails of North Central Montana
High, wide and handsome is how Joseph Kinsey Howard once described Montana and even penned a book with that name. For most visitors to our state they see the high and the handsome of Glacier National Park and on south to Yellowstone National Park, but somehow, and perhaps understandably, miss the wide section of the other Montana—that which lies on the eastern side of the Rocky Mountain Front.
Hatch Fest opens seventh year in Bozeman
The annual Hatch Fest film festival combines workshops on film, music, design, architecture and journalism with film screenings and live music. Hatch Fest events start at 10 p.m. at the Emerson Center for the Arts and Culture.
Andre Floyd: Montana's jazz and blues minister
For André Floyd, his tenure as the cultural minister of Montana began at the tender age of nine, when he met his true love — a guitar. Floyd calls it a perfect match. With a smile he recalls the time in his youth, with his sisters running down the hall, slamming his door and telling him to shut up that twanging coming from his room. His sisters’ music of Marvin Gaye and Curtis Mayfield was clashing with the odd likes of Andre’s influences such as Johnny Cash, Buck Owens, Dion and Rodney Crowell.
Artist workshops scheduled at Montana's Triple Creek Ranch
It’s hard to imagine a more inspiring setting for focusing on and fine-tuning one’s craft. Nestled in the Bitterroot Mountain Range of the Montana Rockies, Triple Creek Ranch is situated on the wooded slopes of Trapper Peak amidst the expansive Bitterroot National Forest. This spring, a resort-wide renovation added new fabrics, appointments and original Western art...
Yellowston Music Festival in Gardiner, Montana
The Yellowstone Music Festival and Art Show will again bring nationally and regionally acclaimed music acts and art vendors to the small town of Gardiner, Montana. The sixth annual festival will take be Aug. 28 in the Arch Park at the north entrance to Yellowstone National Park.
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