Exhibits

The Art Center

Historic
Lewis & Clark County

May-June 2018


Library Lobby


The Art Center was established in 1982 by Carolyn Lasky and Robbie Hill. The Art Center encourages the creative growth in its members by providing educational workshops taught by nationally known art instructors. The Art Center members meet twice a month to paint and exchange ideas. The Art Center welcomes art minded adults of all skill levels.

The Art Center members provides art for sale at Dan's Fireside Coffee, Montana Wild as well as the art gallery located with in the Lewis and Clark Brewing Company.  

The Art Center is providing a show for the Lewis and Clark County Library entitled "Historic Lewis and Clark County". The goal for this show is for the public to enjoy fine art depicting historic locations with in the county.

Information About Exhibiting at the


Lewis & Clark Library



It is the policy of the Lewis & Clark Library Board of Trustees and the Lewis & Clark Library Foundation to provide access to the intellectual, cultural, and educational resources of the community. Exhibits fulfill an integral part in the Lewis & Clark Library's total program of public service. Exhibits may be planned to direct attention to the materials and services of the library itself, may provide exposure to the arts and sciences, or highlight crafts and hobbies.


Exhibits Policy
Submission Guidelines

To learn more, please contact Suzanne Schwichtenberg or 447-6681.

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