Every great idea starts with a sketch…
The Arts Council is dreaming big: a place where artists and community members can join together to create, inspire and engage. A multi-use facility with classroom, gallery, office and performance spaces. A community arts center would signify that the Arts in Big Sky are as important and abundant as the recreational opportunities, and create a signature, timeless space for Big Sky that will leave a legacy for generations.
If you want to be part of the process, get on our email list to stay connected. We will be inviting the community to guide the process, help us identify needs, and explore ideas about how to best serve Big Sky and our visitors.
From L to R: Bohlin Cywinski Jackson‘s design for the Jackson Craig Thomas Discovery and Visitor Center in Jackson Hole, WY. Napkin sketch of Kansas City’s Kauffman Center for the Performing Arts, designed by renowned architect Moshe Safdie. Frank Gehry concept sketch for Seattle’s Museum of Pop Culture. Sketch for the Rosenthal Center for Contemporary Art by Zaha Hadid Architects