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Gregory Owens

Since 2009, the BYI Productions program has produced dozens of all-ages concerts, dances, DJ battles, art, film and cultural events, creating opportunities for volunteers, youth artists and social entrepreneurs.

Dacotah Stordahl poster for The Atomics with DJ Wizard Murph at the Fairgrounds; the first production of the new BYI Productions program in 2009.

Atomics rehearsal, Beall Park Arts Center.

Dacotah and the band setting up for Atomics show.

Ladies and gentlemen... The Atomics!

BYI youth board members Kate Barber and Jelica Summerfield.

ANDERS:  Isaac Guy, Sam Lowe-Anker, and Geran Wales.

Missoula band Have a Nice Coma at the Gallatin Labor Temple.

LEAVES IN MY SLEEVES reunion show, Gallatin Fairgrounds.

Patrick Murphy, aka DJ Wizard Murph.

This organization had a huge impact on my youth. I didn’t know much about myself yet - but like any frustrated teenager, I knew I was misunderstood and creatively oppressed. In BYI, I was heard and respected for the first time. I suddenly had friends. I learned perseverance, drive, and what it really meant to work with others. This environment lead me to pursue other places that thrive on creativity, such as art school. I gained invaluable social skills and I believe this program is responsible for my current ability to set and achieve personal and professional goals. I will always be grateful for The Bozeman Youth Initiative.
— Kate Murphy

This show was a fundraiser for Hopelink, a suicide prevention program at MSU.  Poster by Kate Murphy.

One of a series of all-ages shows we did with Compound Productions in Bozeman.  Poster, Kate Murphy.

Bozeman Youth Festival, 2009.  Poster by Dacotah Stordahl.

Dacotah at the sound controls.

Casey from Bozeman Bike Kitchen teaches a workshop at Bozeman Youth Festival, 2009.

The student art show at Bozeman Youth Festival was the forerunner of our Art Walk Program.

SIOUX FALLS at Gallatin Labor Temple.  Isaac Eiger, near, guitar; Fred Nixon, bass; Patrick Murphy, drums.

Photo: Sean Erickson

Photo: Sean Erickson

The BYI DJ BATTLE event - featuring young DJs competing for prizes & showcase slots with Chamberlin Productions, started and ran for two years at Cactus Records downtown, moving into the Baxter Ballroom in its third year as it grew in popularity.

DJ Battle I.  L>R Annie Josephs, Molly Titus-Ieronimo, Whitney Skauge, Program Director Lucia Stewart, Madi Nixon.  Photo by Skye Norquist / Big Skye Photography.

Sami Bierman, Emma Kerins, Madde Gnauck raffling items at the Bozeman premiere of the ski film "Pure," which was also a coat and winter clothing drive for the local warming center.

Students from BHS Freshman Strategies cleaning up the Kirk Park skate park.