Join us tonight at the Bozeman Public Library for an engaging lecture as part of the Gallatin Art Crossing Lecture Series. It starts at 7 p.m. this evening, titled Art and Money.

The fall series will feature panels of regional artists and members of the creative community who are promoting art and the value and impact it has on the Gallatin Valley.

The first lecture in the series will feature a panel discussion about Art & Money. This interactive discussion will bring together several community members who are deeply interested and invested in this topic.

Join us to hear from the experts: Jim Zimpel, MSU Asst. Professor in Sculpture; Chaucer Silverson, ARTCHAUCER art gallery; Amber Jean, artist; Dalton Brink, owner of The Cottonwood Club and “pioneer” of Bozeman’s underground art movement; and Amy Kirkland, owner of Altitude Gallery on Main Street.

The lecture series is presented by the Gallatin Art Crossing and hosted by the Bozeman Public Library. Contact Paula Beswick at 582-2426 for more information about the lecture series or visit gallatinartcrossing.com for more info on the Art Crossing.

photo courtesy Bozeman Public Library