Gallatin Art Crossing and the Bozeman Public Library present an evening discussion of "Women In Art" this Thursday March 24th at 7pm. It's free and open to the public!

The spring 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.

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:

  • Cynthia Andrus - Chair of the Montana Arts Council and Bozeman Commissioner,
  • Kara Tripp - Painter and Owner of Tripp Studio
  • Dr. Melissa Ragain - MSU Art History Professor
  • Tonya Lessley – Photographer
  • Loretta Domaszewski - Impressionist Painter and Susan Blackwood – Painter

The Gallatin Art Crossing is responsible for the large amount of sculpture lining Main Street and other area of downtown Bozeman.

This and most other lectures will be held in the large Community Room of the Bozeman Public Library.

photo courtesy Bozeman Public Library