Meet the Artists


Watch More TV | Jessie Wilber Gallery

Animoscillator (Dan Haywood) is an interdisciplinary multimedia artist specializing in analog video art and video structures. His work has been featured on stage, clothing lines, and in galleries and storefronts around the world. He has also been commissioned for music videos, ad campaigns, and other promotional material. His work focuses on blending imagery and physical structures, specifically video art and video sculptures. He finds beauty in technology, both what is used to create and distort videos, and what is used to present them.

Jacob Garvin

Delineated Daydreams | Lobby Gallery

Jacob Gavin is a collage artist based in Bozeman Montana. With a background in glassblowing, he brings a unique perspective to his collage art, which began while exploring the benefits of sobriety. While focused mainly on collaging cats for the first 5 years of working in the medium, he has since expanded in subject and dimension. He adds texture through a variety of materials, including textiles which are often thrifted, in order to bring in new depths and playfulness.


Immersion | Weaver Room Gallery

Born Skyler Robert Zuri Angove, he produces work under the simple name Sky. A native Montanan, and two-time art school dropout, he has spent the last ten years building a unique body of abstract works. A largely self-taught artist with a focus on painting in a wide array of mediums, he has secured a small following both regionally and outside the US. Sky's current work probes the mind, allowing for contemplation rather than immediate answers. It explores the subconscious and the intangible. Creation without pattern or plan.

"These are my hopes, my dreams, my failures, and my triumphs. I offer them to you in the hopes that they may enrich your lives as they have mine." - Sky

Upcoming Events

The Giver

May 19 | 7:00 PM | $15

May 20 | 3:00 PM & 7:00 PM | $15

Verge Teen Theater Presents: The Giver

Jonas' world is perfect. Everything is under control and safe. There is no war or fear or pain. There are also no choices. Every person is assigned a role in the community. But when Jonas turns 12, he is chosen for special training from The Giver—to receive and keep the memories of the community. The Giver is the only person who holds the memories of real pain and real joy. Now Jonas will learn the truth about life—and the hypocrisy of his utopian world. Through this astonishing and moving adaptation, discover what it means to grow up, to grow wise, and to take control of your own destiny.

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Once Upon a Myth

May 20 | 6:00 PM | $15

Mountain Air Dance Presents: Once Upon a Myth; An Evening of Storytelling Through Aerial Arts

Experience the magic of storytelling through the captivating artistry of aerial dance. The talented students of Mountain Air Dance will take you on a journey through mythical tales and fabled stories, all while flipping fearlessly through the air!

Don't miss an enchanting evening of mesmerizing choreography and narration in the vertical space!

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Summer Camps

Summer Art Camp
Limited Availability

The Emerson offers week-long summer camps for ages 5 - 12. Each week will include 2D, sculpture, and mixed media projects. Every camp culminates with an artist reception on Friday afternoon. Emerson camps are filled with innovative art projects that are designed to let your child’s creativity grow! 

Camps hours are Monday thru Friday from 9am – 3pm. No camp the week of July 4th.

There is space remaining in the following camps:

  • Comic Characters
  • June 12 - 16 | Ages 9 - 12
  • July 24 - 28 | Ages 9 - 12
  • Raiders of the Lost Art
  • July 10 - 14 | Ages 5 - 12
  • Aug. 14 - 18 | Ages 9 - 12
  • That's Wild
  • July 31 - Aug 4 | Ages 5 - 12
  • Mythic Monsters
  • Aug. 7 - 11 | Ages 5 - 12
Register for Summer Camp
Join the Emerson
Summer Youth Interns
HIGH SCHOOL STUDENTS - WE WANT YOU! Share your love of art and build leadership skills as a youth intern during Summer Art Camps!

  • Assist teachers and campers
  • Be a role model for young artists
  • Great resume builder
  • Be a part of the Emerson and our community
Apply to be a Summer Intern

Summer Art Instructors


The role of Emerson Art Education Instructors is to provide quality art instruction using up to date methods and techniques in correlation with the Emerson’s mission to provide culturally diverse programs to both children and adults in our community. 

Application and Information
Become an Emerson Tenant
The Emerson is home to 58 artist studios, sales galleries, and small creative businesses. Every spring we have treasured tenants moving on to new adventures and new excited artists ready to move in.

If you would like to be considered for a studio space at the Emerson, please fill out an inquiry form. This will let us know all the wonderful things about you.

Our lease cycle begins July 1 and spaces fill fast. Hurry and get your name on our waiting list today!
Fill out a Tenant Inquiry Form
Thank you in advance for supporting the Emerson and our mission to make art & culture accessible to all!
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