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First Generation Tenants 1993 – 1995; A selection of the Emerson’s first tenant artists Lobby Gallery  May 11 – June 29, 2018 The Emerson began its journey as a non-profit art and cultural center in 1993. At that time around 20 or so artists called...

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 Memories Collected; Works by Frances Senska, Jessie Wilber & Friends  Jessie Wilber Gallery  May 11 – June 29, 2018 Did you know the Emerson’s Pottery Studio is named after Frances Senska and our premier gallery is named after Jessie Wilber? D...

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Interdependence By Bayla Arietta May 13 – June 30 The Lobby Gallery will have works by Missoula artist, Bayla Arietta. Bayla was born and raised in the Hudson Valley. She has been painting and drawing as long as she could hold a crayon. Now working ...

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DISTILLATE By Jen Erickson May 6 – June 24 Jen’s drawings are inspired by science, memories and the means in which our culture visually represents data. Her work combines oil painting, drawing and printmaking techniques in a unique and unexpected ...

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East Meets West – The Places A Group Exhibit of 30 Chinese Artists December 18 – January 31 This show is a selection of modern, Chinese artists represented by the Shanghai based Art Investment Institution 188Art. This institution focuses on th...

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East Meets West – The People A Group Exhibit of 30 Chinese Artists December 18 – February 29 This show is a selection of modern, Chinese artists represented by the Shanghai based Art Investment Institution 188Art. This institution focuses on t...

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Local Flow; Rivers, Roads, Sky By Edd Enders Livingston native, Edd Enders presents a series of paintings in oil, which reflect his observations and emotional response to life in the Northern Rockies. Edd enjoys studying patterns, shapes and relationships...

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Geysers, Pelts & Mudpots By Ella Watson Bozeman artist Ella Watson presents a body of work focusing on adaptations within the environment and one’s self. Ella uses nature as a loose jumping off point for her work with the organic influence being...

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Surfacing By Sarah Maki Surfacing’s techniques and the resulting imagery reveal beauty in the hidden, subtle, and inconspicuous details found around us — the surface of water, ice on a window, a muddy snow bank and cracks on a driveway. Echoin...

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