The Warren Miller Performing Arts Center continues its threeshow series of hybrid virtual and in-person performances this Saturday, August 1 with Grammy-winning ensemble The Crossing.
The Arts Council is offering two adult art workshops this August, one in plein air painting and one in mosaic art. Both will take place at the Big Sky Community Park yurts. Join award winning artist Loretta Domaszeski for a weekend of Plein Air painting in the inspiring landscapes of Big Sky, August 15-16.
The Warren Miller Performing Arts Center has done so many amazing things to bring a heart and soul to our community. I cannot thank them enough for that.
The Arts Council of Big Sky has kicked off a public campaign to keep the popular bison sculpture in Fire Pit Park as part of its permanent public art collection. The sculpture, titled Waldazo, was installed in 2018 and is made of hundreds of found metal objects.
The Warren Miller Performing Arts Center is embracing the fact that most everything about our world has been turned upside down lately.
Now that the Warren Miller Performing Arts Center is entering its seventh year, it has solidified its place as a cornerstone of the community, and people associate winter in Big Sky with world-class performances in addition to skiing and powder days.
Virginia City’s very own playwright Allyson Adams has always been bold. Afterall, she was the mayor who arranged for 400 goats to come to the town to clean-up noxious weeds in lieu of using chemicals long before such a move was fashionable. The story hit international news.
The Warren Miller Performing Arts Center was greeted with the sound of basketballs, cheering and singing in Big Sky Broadway’s performance of “High School Musical” on April 5 and 6. It was the largest Big Sky Broadway production to date with 23 Big Sky High School cast and crew members.
I was not quite sure what to expect from the Wonderheads’ “The Wilds” performance. Before the March 30 show people would ask me what it would be about, and I had a hard time trying to answer.
News flash! On March 23 the James Sewell Ballet group will be performing in Big Sky on the WMPAC stage for their sixth annual winter performance there. If you have not had a chance to experience one of their one-of-a-kind shows, now is your chance.