ArtWalk regrets the surge in COVID infections since its announcement to resume its bi-monthly events. We strongly suggest that ArtWalk visitors wear masks and practice safety protocols, including frequent hand sanitizing and social distancing. If you are not vaccinated, don’t feel well, or are experiencing any COVID symptoms, please stay home. The health and safety of our ArtWalk visitors, artists and gallery hosts and our community is of the utmost importance.
Scroll down to find the purple link to our map on the right hand side of this home page. All gallery pages are updated for the October 1st event.
Kennedy's Stained Glass will be CLOSED for the October 1 ArtWalk.
Gallery artists Jennifer Baretta and Teresa Brown show their work and guest artist Phil Bell exhibits photography.
Stephen Haraden Studio and Gallery is open for the October 1st ArtWalk.
Jake's Gallery is delighted to be back on the October 1st ArtWalk.
Billings House of Prayer joins the October ArtWalk with an exhibition of vintage pottery from the early 1900s.
Billings artist Patricia R. Mutch shows a series of abstract paintings that ask, "What do you see?"
Stapleton Gallery is CLOSED for the October 1st ArtWalk.
Century21 Hometown Brokers - Downtown welcomes William Demaniow, formerly of New York City.
Montana Gallery is the place where young, working artists gather during the ArtWalk.
The Billings Symphony Society features live music, artwork and works in progress by featured artists.
Three public art pieces by three Billings sculptors under Skypoint.
Stop by to meet Lynn Shield at DBA during the October 1st event.
Jessica Brophy and Trevan Hiersche are featured at Aspinwall on October 1st.
The Western Heritage Center is CLOSED for the October 1st ArtWalk event.
McCormick Cafe welcomes Peggy DeTienne to the October 1st ArtWalk.
Harry Koyama looks forward to seeing you on the October 1st ArtWalk.
Kirks Grocery hosts Cathryn McIntyre and her exhibition, "Chronicling the Female Experience Among Men."
ArtWalk Downtown Billings is organized and paid for by Season Members, One-Time Participants and generous Sponsors. Please spend your art dollars wisely and support those who host, finance and organize ArtWalk events each season. If you are interested in becoming an ArtWalk Sponsor, please contact Virginia Bryan: 690-1662 (call/text) or firstname.lastname@example.org. Thank you.