The Yellowstone Gateway Museum in Livingston is seeking submissions for “Celebrating Yellowstone” a juried art exhibition and sale to be displayed at the museum from May 1-October 1, 2023. Artwork must be created during 2022, Yellowstone National Park’s 150th anniversary year. Past or current residents of Park County, Montana, as well as Yellowstone National Park,
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum hosts “Ivan Doig: Writer of Montana’s Land & People” with Mary Murphy on Wednesday, November 10, 7pm. The second program of Borderlands, a free virtual speaker series, participants can register for any or all of the Zoom programs here: https://yellowstonegatewaymuseum.org/webinars-programs/borderlands-fall-speaker-series/. Programs are uploaded to museum’s YouTube channel after the live virtual
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum is hosting Borderlands, a virtual speaker series beginning on Wednesday, October 20, 7:00pm, and continuing on November 10 and November 17. Participants can register for any or all of the Zoom programs here: https://yellowstonegatewaymuseum.org/webinars-programs/borderlands-fall-speaker-series/. Programs are uploaded to museum’s YouTube channel after the live virtual event.Museum curator Karen Reinhart explains this
Selections from the Permanent Collection is a show that explores some of the framed pieces in the collection from early maps of the area to contemporary Park County artists.Visitors can experience a map published by the U.S. Government in 1867 after many expeditions, including the Corps of Discovery in 1806, added to the knowledge of
Three historic walking tours are offered weekly from July 12 through September 9 by the Yellowstone Gateway Museum in Livingston. The “Ghosts and Ghost Signs” tour is set for Mondays, 7:00pm. The “Westside Historic District: Movers and Shakers” tour is held on Tuesdays, 7:00pm. “Bars and Brothels: Livingston’s Lively Legacy,” is held on Thursdays, 5:30pm.
gafauna: Ice Age to Our Age Exhibit at Yellowstone Gateway Museum A visitor taking in our Columbian mammoth exhibit A new exhibit explores the last Ice Age in the Park County, Montana area and the megafauna that lived here, including the Columbian mammoth. Visitors can learn about the climate at that time, mammoth biology and behavior,
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum announces its summer hours, effective June 1 through September 4. The museum is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 10 AM to 5 PM, and is located at 118 W. Chinook St. in Livingston. Please call 406-222-4184 for more information.
“MT’s Native People: Perspectives on the Clovis Child” Speakers Panel WebinarThe Yellowstone Gateway Museum hosts “MT’s Native People: Perspectives on the Clovis Child,” a speakers panel webinar on Thursday, May 13, 7:00pm, a free, Humanities Montana-sponsored program series. Participants can register for Zoom programs here: https://yellowstonegatewaymuseum.org/webinars-programs/people-place/ or on Facebook. Programs are uploaded to the museum’s
The Yellowstone Gateway Museum’s final “People and Place” virtual speaker series is Wednesday, April 28, 7:00pm with Paul Shea, “Livingston and Park County: The Early Years.” Participants can register for any or all of the Zoom programs here: https://yellowstonegatewaymuseum.org/webinars-programs/people-place/. Programs are uploaded to museum’s YouTube channel after the live virtual event.Paul Shea stated, “Researching early