In 2017, Mountain Time Arts assembled knowledge about the Gallatin Watershed’s hydrologic systems through conversations with farmers, irrigators, historians, Native people, naturalists, local leaders and many others who rely on the region’s water. The result was outdoor public art installations and performances that followed water as it flowed from the mountains through the City of Bozeman and on to the wetlands and ranches of the Gallatin Watershed.
Inspired by new strategies for working together, despite the challenges posed by population growth and drought. Events were free and open to all.
Click to view WaterWorks Season Report 2017