After nearly 5 years in the making we have now completed our new 6500 square foot Art Center in one of the most beautiful places in North America, Paradise Valley, Montana. Located 11 miles south of Livingston, Montana and 45 minutes from Yellowstone National Park, with the Absaroka Mountains rising like a fortress behind it, the new Banovich Art Center stands tall above the valley floor. With reverence paid to the agricultural roots of the region, architectural design including cold rolled steel and wood siding give a seasoned appearance, as if it has experienced decades of the extreme Rocky Mountain elements.
Inside you will be transported through art to some of the wildest places on earth. New art, new collectibles and new stories will continually emerge from behind the 10 foot doors. A place that will continue to evolve with timeless creative energy, every visit will be an unique guest experience. We will be hosting special events, public appearances and important exhibitions centered around the celebration of Wildlife and Wild Places and the important role both play in enriching our lives. Through this cultural platform we hope to imbue an understanding that art can move, reveal and inspire to seek a deeper understanding of the world around us; it can paint a face on an idea, a region, a cause and help engage us at visceral level to conserve our wildlife heritage. You are all welcome to come and visit as something WILD awaits you!
The Banovich Art Center is located BANOVICH ART CENTER 2 Pine Creek Road, Livingston, MT 59047
Banovich Art Center | 2 Pine Creek Rd, Livingston, MT 59047
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On Friday, July 1st the Banovich Wildscapes Foundation hosted the 2016 BEAST BENEFIT, VIP DONOR RECEPTION & FAMILY NIGHT WITH JACK HANNA at the Banovich Art Center. Animal expert, television personality, author and conservationist, Jack Hanna was at the center to entertain and delight attendees with an animal presentation. Banovich Art wishes to thank the sponsors, donors and over 300 attendees from across the country for making the BEAST BENEFIT 2016 an overwhelming success. The Banovich Wildscapes Foundation raised over $70,000 towards international conservation and research efforts. CLICK to view event
On December 5, 2015 John Banovich and Audrey Hall hosted a book signing and celebration for the launch of AMERICAN RUSTIC at the New Banovich Art Center. American Rustic is a collaborative project between photographer Audrey Hall and San Francisco author Chase Reynolds Ewald. John Banovich, Audrey Hall and Chase Reynolds Ewald started the holidays with an evening of friendship, wine and hors'doeuvres. CLICK to view event