Although COVID-19 closures, restrictions, and recommendations for social distancing have begun to ease, PCAC and other arts organizations and artists remain very cautious. The uncertainty of schools reopening in the fall and what numbers will be allowed for group gatherings has everyone apprehensive about scheduling. This uncertainty is making the artists and presenters uncomfortable trying to put on performances until 2021. We are currently working on rescheduling most of our fall activities and will update our site as these changes impact our events. The upcoming 2020-21 Season is posted as currently planned on the tab above. Check it occasionally for changes and updates.
Our granting organizations proceeded with their spring grant applications and extended deadlines in accordance with the COVID-19 outbreak. State budget reductions are expected and likely to impact us as well as all arts organizations. Although the picture ahead is uncertain we are hearing lots of creative alternatives from the artists we present.
Unfortunately, Montana Shakespeare in the Parks has had to cancel this summer’s tour but is creating a virtual road trip called “Reverse Tour: Postcards from the Road” which will be available beginning Monday, June 29th. Here’s information from them:
This summer, we’ve asked tour coordinators, community members, and actor alums to send in video “postcards” extolling the virtues of their communities while sharing a little Shakespeare along the way. Beginning Monday, June 29th, you can find a new postcard – almost every day! – on our Facebook, Instagram, and YouTube channels.
Sunday December 15th 1:00-4:00pm Tickets $20 in advance or $25 at the door available now
Available at the Cody or Powell Chambers of Commerce, Daisy Farm Decor, Legends Bookstore, The Thistle, and the Meeteetse Visitors Center or at the door of any of the homes on the day of the tour.
This year’s tour includes the homes of:
Lynn & Carl Lampe 208 N 44th St.
Tammi & Jim Collins 52 Liberty Lane
Sandi & Rick Fisher 1302 Alger Avenue
Nettie & Alex Sitz 117 Siddle Drive
Jody & Mark Whitehead 625 18th Street
Maps will be available in an insert to the December 10th issue of the Cody Enterprise, Powell Tribune, and Heart Mountain Rustler. The insert only includes the first 3 homes listed above but all 5 are on the tour.
Tickets will be collected at the last house you attend after completing the tour to enter a drawing qualifying for a chance to win $150 Cody Bucks.
Advance Tickets $20 Adults and $5 Children and Students (thru college) available at the Cody and Powell Chambers of Commerce and Gestalt Studios or at the door of any studio on the day of the tour for $25 adults and $5 children/student.
A fun filled day celebrating Dia de los Muertos and the fine artists of our area. Get your “trick or treat” bag/ticket and start the tour visiting the studios and artists, seeing finished art and art in progress, and filling your bag with a treat from each location. The tour wraps up with a reception at Gestalt Studios where several artists feature displays, games provided by “The Painted Dwarf”, and art stations for creating your own Day of the Dead masterpieces.
10:00am-1:00pm Cody Studios:
By Western Hands 1007 12th St.
Timmer Gallery 1362b Sheridan Ave.
Mark Kronfuss 1601 22nd St.
John Giarrizzo 110 McCullough Dr. (in back)
1:00pm-4:00pm Powell Studios
Mark Harrison, “The Painted Dwarf” 1143 E Madison ( in the alley)
Scott Armstrong 150 S Jones St.
Maggie Basset “Wild Paintbrush Studio” 149 N Bent St.
Martin Garhart 405 W 2nd St.
4:00-6:00pm Reception at Gestalt Studios, 440 Park St, Powell
The Park County Arts Council presents Michael Chikuzen Gould, Chieko Iwazaki, and Kuniyasu Iwazaki in concert Saturday October 13, 2018 at the Nelson Performing Arts Auditorium, 231 W 6th Street, in Powell at 7:00pm. Tickets are available at the Powell and Cody Chambers of Commerce, Meeteetse Visitors Center, on line at http://www.parkcountyartscouncil.org or at the door: Adults $15 Students: $5
Please join us to celebrate a Park County treasure, Michael Chikuzen Gould (Grand Maser of Shakuhachi) in concert with Chieko Iwasaki playing Shimisen and Koto and Kuniyasu Iwazaki playing Shakuhachi. Shamisen and shakuhachi form an ancient musical partnership that dates back to eight century Buddhist monks in Japan. Compositions, both contemporary and traditional, accompanied by stories will be part of the Saturday evening performance.
Sunday May 6, 2018
Cody Auditorium, 1240 Beck Avenue in Cody, WY
Tickets: $20 Adult $10 Students (Middle School-College) $5 Children (up to age 10) Available at:
Powell and Cody Chambers of Commerce and Meeteetse Visitors Center
on line by clicking the “Tickets” tab above
or at the Door
Food and drinks available: 307Pizza will be selling Wood fired pizzas-cooked in about 90 seconds-Grilled chicken salads, caprese salads-Iced tea, bottled water, assortment of non alcoholic bottled beverages Park County Arts council will be selling beer and wine