From community events to film screenings, art classes to concerts, and dances to dinners, the Emerson inspires wonder, discovery, conversation, and ingenuity for curious minds of all ages.
Providing access to art in a courteous, inclusive, and safe setting remains at the core of our mission.
Located at 111 South Grand Avenue in Bozeman, the Emerson is a popular venue for celebrating arts and culture in southwest Montana. The Emerson offers an array of exhibitions and events that captivate audiences; features all genres of creative expression; and forges opportunities for local artists to flourish.Learn More
The Emerson is a cultural gem in Bozeman and should not be missed! Whenever I’ve stopped in there has always something interesting to see.Kathleen Herlihy-Paoli, Artist
I am grateful to have the Emerson in Bozeman. It hosts amazing events, galleries, shops, studios, etc. It is a fantastic resource for our community. Every concert, show or fundraiser I have attended at the Emerson has been an incredibly enjoyable event. I also love shopping there. Thank you Emerson!!!Anonymous
I’ve taken some Life Drawing classes here and have attended other events. I really love this art driven community at the Emerson!Priscilla Perez
Unbelievable local art scene!Chad Buchman
What an amazing venue. This old school house has been transformed into an eclectic variety of artists ranging from photography to paintings to crafts. What an amazing find with plenty to see.Brandon Cardinal
A magical place where dreams come true. And all your worries melt away!Roy Chapman
The Emerson is one of the best examples of a repurposed building in Bozeman. The diversity of businesses in the Emerson is amazing.Chad Kimm
Such a wonderful gathering place for creatives of all types!Becca Joy Dickenson
Exhibit by Chris Autio For last 3 months I have been working diligently on a solo show of 40 Industrial Landscapes. The undertaking feels burdensome.…
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Your support allows us to offer art education classes for all ages, showcase regional artwork, host special events, and maintain a historic building that serves as home to over 50 creative businesses and welcomes countless community-hosted films, performances, concerts, weddings and more!