ArtWalk Map: It is a mobile-friendly. You can download and print it prior to the ArtWalk.
COVID Alert: The health and safety of our ArtWalk artists, gallery hosts, guests and our community is of the utmost importance. ArtWalk urges visitors to wear masks and practice safety protocols, including frequent hand sanitizing and social distancing. If you don’t feel well, or if you are experiencing any COVID symptoms, please stay home.
If you’d like to be a Season Member, a One-Time Participant or Sponsor for the remainder of 2022 or all of 2023, contact the ArtWalk via email: firstname.lastname@example.org. We would love to talk to you!
Barjons welcomes “ART BEGETS ART” An Exhibit of Paintings by Mana Lesman.
Billings First Church is hosting "Billings Artists Support Shelter Ministries for Downtown Homeless" Art Auction
Featuring Carol Hartman’s large scale oil paintings and Delena Boyer and her Native American Boutique!
Valcana Elupt welcomes mixed media artist Jon Lodge.
Billings Public Library welcomes local photographer Amy Lynn Nelson
Join the Yellowstone Art Museum as they celebrate the opening of Yellowstone Art Auction 55!
Global Village welcomes bead artist Karen Morales.
A&E Design hosts two dynamic individuals during the February ArtWalk: sculptor Tyrel Johnson and musician Jessica Eve.
Le Macaron welcomes Grace Montessori Academy.
Downtown Billings Alliance welcomes local artist Jason Scherer for the February ArtWalk
Sandstone Gallery features “IT FIGURES” Exhibition of Classic Beauty for Mature Art Connoisseurs.
Check back for more info about the February ArtWalk
Tyler Murphy will have his new private studio, located on the 2nd floor above ArtHouse Cinema, open for ArtWalk
Billings Symphony is closed for the February ArtWalk
This House of Books welcomes mixed media artist Robert Johnson
Da Vinici's workshop will have art on display as well as a table to make your own Valentine's card for your crush!
Kennedy Stained Glass will be closed for the February ArtWalk
Three public art pieces by three Billings sculptors under Skypoint.
Ceilon Aspensen creates original fine art as dreams and visions about the natural world, and her own inner world
To see what art might be made from used cardboard boxes and various scrap paper, visit with Stephen in his studio.
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 email email@example.com. Thank you.