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Gregory Owens

The group of student artists who started our summer youth Art Walk program first came together for an art exhibit as part of the Bozeman Youth Festival in 2009. Now, every summer since 2011, we've been running the art walks as a program for young artistic entrepreneurs to learn skills to display, market, and sell their works in different media. Several student artists have sold their first work and earned commissions from their participation in the BYI Art Walk.

The BYI youth Art Walk program started in 2011 with an exhibit of young artists in the parking lot at Saks thrift store.

Tanner Stordahl

The BYI Art Walk Project exposes young artists to the selling and showcasing of their art. This event introduces and allows aspiring artists to presenting themselves as local artists in the community of Bozeman. Further by allowing artists to come together we, as a initiative, build essential connections in the art world for young artists, and build a friendly and constructive event enabling artists to transition from dabbling craftsmen - and women, into more professional artists of their craft - financially and socially.
— Sarah Budeski, 2015 Art Walk Student Coordinator

Isaac Guy.

Sky Norquist

Matt Powell-Palm

(As a volunter) I helped BYI put on a fundraising art show, selling local high school students art at Sacks Thrift. I enjoyed watching young artists make and sell their work for an organization that gave them the opportunity to take risks and be themselves.
— Natalie Benson, Minneapolis