Nirvana’s platinum record for the album Bleach is so shiny you can almost see your reflection in it. Normally, that platinum record lives at the Sub Pop Records’ Seattle headquarters. But right now, it’s here in Bozeman, part of an exhibit alongside posters, skateboard decks and magazines in…

The Bozeman Art Museum has never had a space to call its own, running its programs in a variety of church basements and public rooms. That’s changing.

Standing underneath the thousand cubic tons of concrete that make up the Domo, one can see three of Montana's most beautiful mountain ranges. To the Southwest, the Beartooth Mountains. Further away in the Northwest, the Crazies. Far away in the Southeast, the tiny silhouette of the Pryor Mou…

Emily Van Genderen took a ceramics class her senior year at MSU, thinking it would be an easy class — maybe make some cups and bowls, get the class credit, get her psychology degree, and not worry too much about it.

Public performance and climate change aren't natural partners, but the artists behind "Standby Snow: Chronicles of a Heat Wave" performance at Story Mill Grain Terminal didn't let that stop them.