The Arts Work of BRCHT

 Recent projects include:

 

Art never sleeps.
Art as Interpretation: Sculpture Along the Bitterroot Tail at Travelers Rest State Park

 

An NEA Reimagine Your Parks grant has provide for an artwork along the Bitterroot Trail. We selected to use the artwork as interpretation and chose the Lewis and Clark National Historic Trail as the focus. 

Our artist team are Native American artists who have created an artwork to interpret the Lewis and Clark's meeting with indigenous people in the Bitterroot Valley in 1805.

Old City of Hamilton Water Tower southeast of Hamilton replaced in 2004 with a 1 million gallon pre-stressed, post-tensioned concrete underground reservoir.
Old City of Hamilton Water Tower southeast of Hamilton replaced in 2004 with a 1 million gallon pre-stressed, post-tensioned concrete underground reservoir.
ARTrageous [in the Bitterroot]

 

 

Currently on hiatus, ARTrageous is a weeklong community arts festival incorporating all arts in the performing, visual, culinary, and more artforms.