Billings Arts Association, Billings Pollinator Group, & Yellowstone Valley Beekeepers Association, 29th St. Alley, join the map for the June ArtWalk to help kick off the upcoming Billings Pollination Festival. Come to the beautiful 29th St. Arts Alley for art, pollinators, and conversation.
The Billings Pollination Festival is held every third week of June in conjunction with the national celebration. On Saturday June 24 at St. Andrew Church in Billings visitors can experience everything that is vital to the pollination of flowers, trees and shrubs.
The Billings Arts Association began in 1954 with artists, actors, writers, musicians, and ‘interested observers’. Founders were members of the Montana Institute of Arts and included many legendary artists such as Isabelle Johnson, Ben Steele, Ted Waddell, and Donna Forbes. One of the early projects of the organization was to help organize and fund a drive to make an art center of what was once a county jail. That is now the Yellowstone Art Museum. We are proud of the Billings Arts Associations contributions to the community, and we remain passionate about is giving back to the community, through collaboration, support, and financial giving.
Artists displaying at ArtWalk
Rebecca Newton – Watercolor
Linda Franson – Gouache, Pastel
Terry Carver – Acrylic
John Kennedy – Watercolor
Rabbit Knows Gun – Mixed Media
310 N 29th St
Billings, MT 59101
The Yellowstone Art Museum currently has a full lineup of exhibitions on display during the June ArtWalk