Folks say Livingston has more artists per capita than most big cities. Three non-profit arts groups are at the heart of this vibrant arts community: The Danforth Gallery, Livingston Center for Art and Culture, and The Shane Lalani Center for the Arts.
Established in 1974 as a community non-profit, the Park County Friends of the Arts (PCFA) and the Danforth Gallery have played an active role for over 40 years in establishing Livingston as an art center of Montana. The Danforth provides opportunities for aspiring and working artists to exhibit their work. The member-based organization also offers arts outreach and educational programming to the community.
106 North Main Street
One of three non-profit art associations in Livingston, the Livingston Center is a cornerstone for creative activity in the community. The Center’s mission is to “provide an opportunity for artists and professionals to share their skills and talents with the residents of Park County and the neighboring counties. We provide a location for classes, a meeting and gathering venue for educational interchange, as well as an exhibition gallery for artists’ and students’ work.”
119 South Main Street
Located in the heart of Livingston, the Shane Lalani Center for the Arts (the Shane Center) is dedicated to fostering creativity and building community through various arts programming, classes and events. The Shane Center is home to a thriving theatre company — mounting top-notch community theatre productions, classes, educational outreach programming for area schools, and intense Young Actors’ Workshops. In addition, the Shane Center offers access to a variety of short and long-term rental spaces available for a wide range of artistic endeavors and community events.
415 East Lewis Street