The Livingston Center for Art and Culture has opened an exhibit of art by Montana State University students. The exhibit, Off Campus, will display works of sculpture, printmaking and metalsmithing by the Bozeman students. A reception for the exhibit will be held 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Friday, Jan. 29.
Professor Nelleke Beltjens’ sculpture students arranged their pieces in their gallery, including an installation in the front window. The students constructed their works from metal, wood, cloth and even plastic cutlery. Printmaking students from Gesine Janzen’s classes contributed large, colorful screen prints, as well as smaller prints on wood. Bryan Petersen’s metalsmithing students use a combination of recycled metal and purchased materials to create rings, pendants and small sculptural pieces.
The exhibit will be displayed through Feb. 6. The Livingston Center for Art and Culture is located at 119 S. Main St.