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Year of the Dragon

Livingston Center for Art and Culture February 6th – March 2nd, 2024

For hundreds of years the Dragon has played a role in mythology, legend and art. And 2024 is the Year of the Dragon in the Chinese Zodiac. To commemorate, the Livingston Center for Art and Culture is presenting a show of Fiber Art, Wood Sculpture, Pen and Ink Drawings, Paintings, Multi-Media and more - all to celebrate the Year of the Dragon.

Artist Tara Burg created a dragon sculpture from driftwood – I’m an avid Agate hunter. I spend a lot of time around the Yellowstone River and in the mountains. And during my Agate hunting, I started noticing unique pieces of driftwood. It’s definitely the first dragon that I've done. Another work on display was created by ten year old Lucia Binder. Her mother Kristen wrote - My daughter has been drawing dragons for a couple years now - so she was inspired to create a drawing for submission to

the Year of the Dragon Show. Year of the Dragon will be on display between February 6th and March 2nd, 2024. The public will have the opportunity to meet participating artists at a reception on Friday, February 16th from 6 to 8 p.m. 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

LCAC Contact: Kathy Bekedam,

Executive Director

Phone: 406.222.5222


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