- Event Time 7:00 pm-11:59 pm
- Event Start Date 10/28/2016
- Event Location Emerson Ballroom
Gather your gang of grown-up ghouls and watch seven local artists create original artwork. This isn’t your typical Quick Draw event – the artists specialize in a wide variety of mediums ranging from painting to body art and metalsmithing to pottery. The great local Pat Busby will take these unique pieces and auction them off during the night.
This fun and affordable event wouldn’t be complete without drinks! Enjoy your first drink on the house–a spooky signature cocktail provided by PLONK! Follow it up with a cash bar and watch the mesmerizing Aerial Dancer pour wine.
The Halloween party continues with a Fortune Teller, Costume Contest with prizes (group and individual), DJ and Dancing! Book your babysitters early – you won’t want to miss this!
Purchase a table to reserve seating for 8 and be automatically entered into a table decorating contest! Bring your spookiest centerpiece and let your Halloween spirit shine. Judges will award one grand prize for the most imaginative table design. Tables are SOLD OUT so come see the contest!
Tickets are for sale at the Emerson: $25 in advance / $30 at the door
Reserved tables are sold out.
Please call the Emerson at 406.587.9797 x105 or stop by the front office to purchase your tickets.
Allie Buck: Allie paints little worlds on whatever she can her hands on: wishbones, old drawers, windows, and the occasional canvas. She uses the paintings to tell stories with bright colors and unusual characters.
Claire Rose Kleese: Claire draws intricately detailed pieces using India & prism ink on watercolor paper. She uses time spent in the outdoors and her passion for music as elements in her work.
Noah Massey: Noah is a painter interested in the dual nature of existence. It is her desire to create paintings that seduce the viewer into believing that impossible challenges and trials can be overcome.
Callie Miller: Callie works in mixed metals, soldering various metals and adding embellishments with hand-stamped designs, semi-precious stones, glass, and metal beads. Her work celebrates the collective knowledge of human history.
Kimri Rosales: Kimri has owned Element Tattoo since 2003. She graduated with an Art degree from Montana State University, and has been providing body art to the Bozeman community ever since.
Kelley Sullivan: Kelley is a mixed media painter and Bozeman, Montana native, who carries a strong belief that art should evoke a powerful response, deeply personal to each viewer. She uses washing techniques on her paintings to help draw out images.
JL Walsh: JL is a metalsmith who fabricates cotemporary jewelry using ancient techniques and materials. She strives to use materials that can mimic decay, imparting a sense of continuity and timelessness to the wearer.