Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild

Artist-in-Residence Program 2018

September 10th to 29th


Cornelia Konrads (Germany)
Kate Hunt (USA)

Adele O'Dwyer (Ireland)

BPSW/UM Emerging Artist ( to be announced)

Concert Series at Lincoln Community Hall


Listed on the National Registry of Historic Places, the Lincoln Community Hall celebrates its
100th anniversary in 2018. As part of the 2018 Sculpture in the Wild arts program, composer-­‐‑in-­‐‑
residence, Adele O’Dwyer, has curated a series of concerts to be held in the Community Hall
to commemorate this historic event. A team of professional musicians, both local and
international, will join forces to create a series of six musical events which are free to the public
and have been designed to attract the public into this beautiful historic building.


Lunchtime Series
These 50-­‐‑minute lunchtime concert programs will feature a variety of music and musicians,
both local and international, and are free to the public and to the school children of Lincoln
School.
Dates:
Wednesday 12 September
Wednesday 19 September
Wednesday 26 September – Special Commemoration Concert


Café Music Night and Fund Raising Auction - September 22nd

An eclectic night of folk, jazz and classical music to enjoy in a European-­‐‑style café setting with
candle-­‐‑lit tables, snacks and something to wet your whistle! Live auction of original works of art to benefit the arts and education program at Sculpture in the Wild.


Lincoln School Concert - September 27th 

The event will give the public an opportunity to enjoy the pupils of Lynx School in concert.
The program will include work prepared as part of the Sculpture in the Wild Montana-­‐‑Ireland
Song Exchange and Collaborative Composition Projects as well as a performance by the school
band! Audience members can also enjoy the gallery of artworks, writings and mural panels
inspired by the exchange project.


Closing Concert of Sculpture in the Wild Residency - September 28th


The closing concert of the 2018 Sculpture in the Wild Residency will feature a specially
commissioned musical composition by composer-­in-­residence, Adele O’Dwyer. This work is
being written in response to the environmental, industrial and historic heritage of Lincoln and
will feature a team of local and international artist-­‐‑performers.

2018 Events 

BLACKFOOT PATHWAYS: SCULPTURE IN THE WILD

TeePee Burner Concert - September 23rd


As part of the Festival in the Wild weekend program BPSW will host an afternoon concert featuring singer/songwriter Pan Morigan and Friends.



​Additional events and information will follow.