Call For Artist’s

Year of the Goat

Entries due by May 30, no later!
Please email 2 images of potential piece for the show, to

Show begins Jun. 16 – Jul. 11 (4 wks)
Art Walk Jun. 26 4:00 – 8:00 PM

Felted Soaps Class!

Felted Soaps
Come make a splendid Mother’s Day Gift!
Explore the endless possibilities of this centuries old craft called wet felting when you wrap your favorite bar of soap with natural wool roving. The wool shrinks and felts around the soap, turning itself into a built in washcloth and even creates waves of color and designs. Wool is naturally anti-bacterial and anti-fungal, so your soap will stay fresh and last 3x as long. No more gooey soap mess in your shower. You will leave with 2 felted and wrapped soaps, all ready for gift giving!
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Students must bring 2 hand towels and a medium size mixing bowl to felt over. 2 bars of soap will be included in the materials fee. Students are welcome to bring their own preferred type of soaps.
Date: May 6
Time: 4 – 5:30
Age: 4 & up
Materials fee:$10 (includes all wool roving & 2 bars of Yardley soap) – Extra soap and wool can be purchased for those who are very speedy.
Instructor fee: $10 for non-members, $8 for members
Minimum class size: 5  Maximum class size: 10
Instructor  – Chau Nguyen, a local artist who is a jewelry designer, a metalsmither and a fiber artist.
Call to schedule the class today: 406-222-5222

Artist Grant

2015  Investment in Artists Grant

This is an inaugural grant that was created to support innovation in the arts, promoting the creative growth of an emerging visual artist.  This program rewards artists who have demonstrated: innovation in their work and artwork, originality and dedication in their creative pursuits, a capacity for self-direction.

Award Amount: $1,000

Deadline for Submissions: May 31, 2015

2015 Investment in Artists Grant Application



Robert Osborn, Instructor

Saturday and Sunday, May 16 & 17
10:00 AM to 4:00 PM

Cost of class: $175 ($160 members, students)
Ages: 16+
Location: Robert Osborn Gallery ~ 119 West Callender St., Livingston
This workshop will present a solid and motivating introduction to art photography, with an emphasis on digital cameras. An important component of this workshop is learning (and understanding) how and why to shoot your pictures in MANUAL.
Saturday session: UNDERSTANDING EXPOSURE (Shutter speeds, aperture and ISO settings, depth-of-field, noise, and white balance…how to control exposure to achieve your creative goals).
Sunday session: UNDERSTANDING COMPOSITION (Visualization, designing a photograph, creativity, finding your own subject matter…how to raise your photography to the level of art).
This is a hands-on, don’t put your camera down, workshop with opportunities on both days to apply the skills you are learning…and a shoot on Sunday to put everything you have learned into a powerful photograph to take home.

The Livingston Center for Art and Culture is a non-profit organization whose mission is to provide an opportunity for artists and professionals to share their skills and talents with the residents of Park County and the neighboring counties.

Call 222-5222 to register
or email

Plein Air 2015

Plein Air 2015 Event

Plein Air Painting on the Yellowstone

The official PRE- registration will begin on January 15, 2015.
Please note registration is only good upon payment being received!

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Park County, MT.  surrounded by four majestic mountain ranges, Park County offers a beautiful natural setting for relaxation and recreation along the legendary Yellowstone River.  The quaint and quiet town of Livingston is steeped in the history of Lewis & Clark, Calamity Jane and Yellowstone National Park. Visual artists, writers and musicians call Park County home.  We invite you to come and experience why so many are drawn to this inspiring area. Beginning August 8-15, 2015,  artists will be painting from Wilsall to Cooke City and Springdale to the western border of Park County, Montana. Fun activities will be planned throughout the week ending with the Wet Paintings Exhibit.
*You will need to send your application, application fee, 5 jpeg images of previous work, and short bio/artist statement. The images will not be juried this year but in the future we plan to make this a juried event.



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The Judge will be announced in January of 2015.
Please email: for any questions.Prizes:

1st Place Traditional: $350

1st Place Contemporary: $350

2nd Place Traditional: $250

2nd Place Contemporary: $250

3rd Place Traditional: $150

3rd Place Contemporary: $150

Poster Award: gift

People’s Choice: gift

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