Exploring Yellowstone Through ART

Exploring Yellowstone Through ARTTwenty-six professional and amateur artists—current and former residents of the county and the park—are represented. Subjects are as varied as the park itself, including landscapes, geothermal features, wildlife, and more. Artists chose varied mediums, including oil, oil encaustic, acrylic, watercolor, oil pastel, colored pencil, and stained glass. A brief story about the

A Call for Stories

Chronicling Covid-19 and Telling Our Stories All residents of Park County and Yellowstone National Park are invited to participate. The museum welcomes submissions from all ages—from students to grandparents. Here are Chronicling Covid-19 writing prompts to get you started. Older students and adults click here. Younger grade school students’ prompts are here. You may also

Crow Fair: Celebrating 100 Years of Apsaålooke Culture

The final History that Matters: Anniversaries of 2018 program is “Crow Fair: Celebrating 100 Years of Apsaålooke Culture” on Wednesday, November 7, co-presented by Shane Doyle, educator and member of the Crow (Apsaålooke) Tribe, and John Zumpano, local photographer. The free program is held at Park Photo, 115 S. Main St., Livingston. Doors open at

Pull Up a Chair: Tales from Seats of History Exhibit Opens

Livingston: The Yellowstone Gateway Museum announces the opening of Pull Up a Chair: Tales from the Seats of History, an exhibit of twenty-eight chairs from the museum’s collection on display in the Pioneer Room. Also included are local stories and photographs of people and chairs. The free event is Saturday, June 23, 10-5 pm. at the