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Contemporary and historic artworks. Poindexter Collection of New York School artists; Virginia Snook Collection of works by Will James.
After 32 years, success has caused the Yellowstone Art Center to outgrow its facility, the old Yellowstone County jail in Billings, Montana. It must enlarge those quarters to maintain and expand its educational programs and exhibitions. The renovation will more than double exhibition space, add an education room, expanded research library, and audio/visual room. Over $5.8 million has been raised towards the $6.1 million Capital Campaign goal. The Yellowstone Art Center will be closed for construction until fall 1997.
A satellite location housing the museum shop is located at 2720 3rd Avenue North. Hours are Monday - Friday,11:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. During construction, the Yellowstone Art Center will continue to host the Annual Art Auction and Summerfair.
The Yellowstone Art Center's Annual Art Auction is the premier event of its kind in the region. Featuring works by nearly one hundred artists, the auction reflects the diversity and vibrancy of today's art. The 29th Annual Art Auction is March 1,1997 at the Billings Sheraton Hotel.
Summerfair, now in its eighteenth year, is a major summer arts and crafts festival attracting over 20,000 people from Billings and the surrounding area. Music, ethnic foods, performing arts groups and children's activities contribute to the festive atmospheie at the site for Summerfair - a beautiful tree-lined meadow on the quiet campus of Rocky Mountain College. Summerfair is July 20 and 21, 1996 on the Rocky Mountain College Campus Green.
Call the Yellowstone Art Center at (406)256-6804 for more information.
Donna M. Forbes, Director
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