Join us this summer to celebrate water and its connection to history, culture, and agriculture in the Gallatin Valley.
Mountain Time Arts is assembling knowledge about the Gallatin Watershed’s hydrologic systems through conversations with farmers, irrigators, historians, Native people, naturalists, local leaders and many others who rely on the region’s water. The result will be outdoor public art installations and performances this summer that follow water as it flows from the mountains through the City of Bozeman and on to the wetlands and ranches of the Gallatin Watershed.
We’re inspiring new strategies for working together, despite the challenges posed by population growth and drought. Events are free and open to all.
Window Art Installations
Main Street, Downtown Bozeman
Tours of Bozeman Creek
JOANNA HAIGOOD & ZACCHO DANCE THEATER
Aerial dance performance will interpret spring run off
Modern Warrior Serries:
War Shirt #6 - Waterways
A Multi-screen video installation
At Dry Creek School, Belgrade
Tours at nearby wetlands
MARY ELLEN STROM
& GREG YOUNG
Gabriel Canal a light and
River Road, Bozeman 59718
Tours at nearby irrigation system