Pedro de Movellan flew from Massachusetts to Montana to hand-install his stark red kinetic sculpture called “Gibbous” near town center on Saturday, October 9th, as part of a three year commissioned project funded by the Arts Council of Big Sky.
Over the weekend Big Sky hosted the Mountainfilm Festival in a three-part event including the Town to Trail 10K put on by the Big Sky Community Organization, the tailgate party in the town center, and drive-in movie theater.
It’s time for Big Sky locals to take the stage. Through the fall off-season, the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center will host a variety of classes and performance opportunities that are open to the public. “The theater will be busy most nights of the week, which is exactly how it should be,” said John Zirkle, executive director of WMPAC.
The Big Sky Artists Collective is hosting the fourth annual “Art for Everyone” art show September 4 - 5 at the Wilson Hotel at in Big Sky.
Join the Arts council of Big Sky for Baroque in the Barn, an intimate concert featuring musicians from Baroque Music Montana, performing in an exciting Big Sky venue called the Happy Trails Mountain House. The performance will take place on Tuesday, August 24, and will start at 6:30 p.m.
Big Sky Broadway is the place to be this August 20th and 21st, when Big Sky’s first and only children’s theater company, now in its 11th year, presents Disney’s Descendants.
The Arts Council of Big Sky is pleased to present the 10th annual Bravo! Big Sky Music Festival in the Big Sky Town Center on August 13-14. The festival, formerly called the Big Sky Classical Music Festival, brings some of the best classical and crossover musicians to Big Sky for two nights of world-class performances.
After completing a celebratory tenth season in 2019, Big Sky Broadway appeared to have settled into a secure spot on the local performing arts scene. Each summer show of the area’s only children’s theater company sold out easily, and over 130 youth were participating in the K-12 line-up each year.
The performances are back. After the James Sewell Ballet performance was cancelled last week due to COVID-19, the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center (WMPAC) will be holding one of their first big events of the summer. On July 30-31, the world-renowned choir group, “The Crossing” will be coming to Big Sky for multiple exciting performances.
Get ready to decorate your living room. Everything from jewelry, to textiles, to photographs will be sold on Saturday at The Big Sky Artisan Festival. The festival will be held from 10:30 a.m. to 6:30 p.m. on Saturday, July 3.