WaterWorks was a summer of exciting public art highlighting the beauty and science,
the history and future challenges of this precious resource.
MARY ELLEN STROM
& GREG YOUNG
A light and sound installation
at the Kelly Ranch
Modern Warrior Serries:
War Shirt #6 - Waterways
A Multi-screen video installation
At Dry Creek School, Belgrade
JOANNA HAIGOOD & ZACCHO DANCE THEATER
Aerial dance performance interpreting spring run off at Bogert Pavilion
Window Art Installations and Tours of Bozeman Creek
Main Street, Downtown Bozeman
A large-scale video and sound installation was presented as a free performance on two evenings in August 2016 at Story Mill Park, located northeast of Bozeman.Learn More
"As a scientist, I appreciate how art can make science more "approachable" to people not trained in a science discipline but also see how an artist can interpret a scientific issue bring new perspectives to the scientist."
"Wonderful celebrations of water and deeper looks into the importance and fragility of our relationship with it."
"Refreshing venues. Many pungent memories because of the unexpected locations."
“I rode my bike with my brother along the old railroad bed, I was moved by the power of the site and FLOW gave a strong sense of what the valley was like, how it’s been transformed and what we can learn while not pushing an outcome.”
“The message of FLOW is powerful, important, and haunting. The history of our adopted (stolen) region is remembered in solemn beauty. We are drawn to make our own conclusions and to feel the impact of our lives on the land and others.”
“This was one of the neatest things to happen in Bozeman this year! It was sepecial because of the lack of hype and glitz. Down to earth, the way Bozeman used to be before the world discovered us.”