September 12, 2012
Last Art Walk of the 2012 Summer Season, September 14 Ellie Staley
The Downtown Bozeman Association, Downtown Bozeman art galleries, and retailers and the Emerson Center for Art and Culture are proud to present this summer’s Downtown Bozeman ArtWalks. The ArtWalks occur on the 2nd Friday of the month June through September from 6 to 8PM in Downtown Bozeman. This year’s gracious sponsors are: The Bozeman Daily Chronicle, Insty Prints, First Security Bank, 95.1 “The Moose”, The Bozone and The Gallatin Art Crossing. The businesses and galleries generally feature artists’ openings and receptions during the event and often provide complimentary hors d’oeuvres and refreshments. The FINAL 2012 date is September 14.
Maps for the 2012 Art Walks are now available at all the participating galleries and businesses listed below or CLICK HERE for a printable version or CLICK HERE for a list of Septembers featured artists and openings!
AlaraJewelry at 42 West Main St.
Altitude Gallery at 134 East Main St.
The Artshoppe at 29 South Willson Ave.
Artist’s Gallery at 111 South Grand, Suite 106 in Galleria Hall in the Emerson Center
Beaucoup Framing and Gallery at 111 South Grand, Suite 111 in Galleria Hall in the Emerson Center
BT Studio at 435 East Main St. (inside McPhie Cabinetry)
Cello at 18 South Willson Ave.
Gem Gallery at 402 East Main St.
Old Main Gallery at 129 East Main St.
tart at 111 South Grand, Suite 107C in Galleria Hall in the Emerson Center
Tierney Fine Art at 127 East Main St.
Baxter Hotel Ballroom at 105 West Main St. (upstairs)
Country Bookshelf at 28 West Main St.
CTA Architects Engineers at 411 East Main St. Suite 101
Dari Rasa Trunk Show at 132 East Main St.
Digital Trout at 240 East Main St.
Ecce Gallery at 111 South Grand, Suite 107A in Galleria Hall in the Emerson Center
Emerson’s Jessie Wilber Gallery (including the Weaver Room and the Front Lobby) at 111 South Grand
ERA Landmark at 8 East Main St.
Four Winds Gallery at 411 W. Mendenhall, Suite A
Indian Uprising Gallery™ at 308 East Main St.
The Leaf & Bean at 35 West Main St.
LorettaFineArt Studio at 111 South Grand Ave., Studio #257 in the Emerson Center
Jewelry Studio at 129 West Main St.
Loft Spa at 211 East Main, 3rd floor (above the Rocking R Bar)
Meridian Ltd. at101 E. Main St.
Miller’s Jewelry at 2 East Main St.
Montana Gift Corral at 237 East Main St.
Montana Panoramic at 111 South Grand, Suite 108 in Galleria Hall in the Emerson Center
Montana Trails Gallery at 402 East Main St.
The Nova Café at 312 East Main St
Oh Susanna’s at 111 S. Grand, Suite 110 in Galleria Hall in the Emerson Center
Vino per Tutti at 315 East Main St.
Visions West Gallery at 34 West Main St.
Wild Joe’s Coffee at 18 West Main St.
Yarn Shop at 126 East Main St.
In addition to the featured openings at the galleries and businesses, the Art Walks also feature live performances throughout downtown…. locations and musician information is below:
While you stroll from gallery to gallery, you will also be able to enjoy live jazz and rock music played by young musicians from the area. Some of our consistent groups include Syzygy and Basement Jazz. Many of these groups are involved in an organization calledHand Me Down Some Silver, a non- profit organization that awards scholarships to those students in need for music lessons, music instruments, and special music projects. The opportunity to support this incredible organization during the ArtWalks is brought to us by donations from First Security Bank. You can find these ensembles and/or bands at the following locations: In front of First Security Bank, Ellen Theatre, Emerson Center for Art and Culture and at Soroptimist Park.
The Art Walks are free and open to the public and will go on rain or shine, and for more information visit www.downtownbozeman.org or call the Downtown Bozeman Association at 586-4008.
FOR MORE INFORMATION CONTACT THE DOWNTOWN BOZEMAN PARTNERSHIP 406.586.4008 EMAIL DOWNTOWN BOZEMAN
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