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Not many people can make art using glass, let alone glass art that’s both beautiful and multi-textured. In fact, it might be one of the most difficult mediums to work with. Yet, for Kiki Renander, she’s always felt a natural attraction to it for as long as she can remember. Renander’s …

Last night at Paris Gibson Square, I attended a gong healing session led by Ricardo Moreno and hosted by Michelle Chenoweth. She invited people to help come celebrate her one-year anniversary, to the day, since she opened Mind Body Yoga. Before I get to the cosmic, powerful part of the …

The famous American poet Edgar Allan Poe once said, “I would define, in brief, the poetry of words as the rhythmical creation of Beauty.” Fans in Great Falls next Friday celebrate that rhythmical creation of beauty written by Poe himself at the annual Night of Poe. Afterward, the museum throws a …

It’s not every day in a writer’s career that he gets to talk to three drag queens together, but I was lucky enough to get that opportunity last week. The Mister Sisters, a new collective of drag performers established by Kola Stomey, Lexi Tucker-Dixon and Virgo Fatale, give their first …

Sculptor Manel Alvarez, to steal a phrase from Ron Burgundy, is kind of a big deal in the art world. More than a few people know him. Born in Barcelona, Spain in 1945, he has spent 14 years working in Italy and having his works on display all across Europe …

Making art, at it’s core, is about using your medium of choice to dig out emotions in which to express yourself. Creative artists also tend to find ways to try things that either don’t often get done, or have never been tried before. On Saturday, Electric City Creative presents the …

The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art throws a shindig at First Friday Art Walk with several artists participating in it’s upcoming art auction next Saturday. The First Friday reception runs from 5 to 7 and light refreshments will be served. The art auction itself gets underway next Saturday at the …

Have you ever seen one of the many fantastic murals in Great Falls and felt the urge to try doing one yourself, but felt like you could never take on such a large project all by yourself? Rachel Kaiser, one of Great Falls’ most talented muralists, this weekend leads an …

From the minute you wake up in the morning, to the time you go to sleep, you’re dependent on the artists, designers and architects of the world to maintain your standard of living. Be it the alarm clock you use to wake up, the razor you use to shave, the …

The Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art this weekend throws a fundraiser worthy of the Guggenheim Museum, but without the overbearing crowds, the astronomical prices or the otherwise annoying hustle and bustle of the big city. The second annual Chefs and Champagne is Saturday starting at 6 p.m., at Great Falls’ contemporary …