The Tippet Rise Art Center in southern Montana is home to stunning sculptures, architecture and classical music. But instead of traditional museum or concert hall walls, its artworks are surrounded by natural wonders. And its organizers make a conscious effort to attract not only global art lovers but local residents of the rural area, as well. Jeffrey Brown reports.
Underneath a wooden pavilion, a violinist draws her bow. Nearby, kids marvel at a sculpture called Daydreams, where willows twist around an old schoolhouse. And all around, hikers and bikers follow miles of trails.

 

 

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