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Livingston Center for Art and Culture

The Livingston Center for Art and Culture is featuring the collaborative work of visual artists and wordsmiths. Titled afterthought… the show runs from April 2nd to April 20th and takes place during National Poetry Month.

In some pairings, the visual artists were inspired by written works. In others, the writers were inspired by a visual artist’s work. afterthought… provides the opportunity for gallery visitors to see how visual artists and wordsmiths reflect on each other’s work to create an original exhibit.

The show will also present the work of artist John Kaul. Kaul paints likenesses of well-known individuals on 6 X 9 envelopes. Each work includes postage stamps and a quotation from the individual—requiring close examination.

The public will have the opportunity to meet participating visual artists and writers at a reception on Friday, April 5th from 6 to 8 pm. The Center is located at 119 South Main Street in historic downtown Livingston. To learn more contact the Center at (406) 222-5222 or visit


A silent collaboration of visual artists and wordsmiths

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