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By Roger Dey

Unforeseen circumstances lead to slight changes for BPSW program


Last updated 8/4/2021 at 11:31am

Roger Dey

A crowd gathers at the Teepee Burner Saturday, July 31 for An Evening with Charles M. Russell, with historians Jennifer Bottomly-O'looney and Kirby Lambert with the Montana Historical Society.

After forcing the cancellation of last year's Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild programs, COVID-19 is still affecting events planned for this year, through both ongoing concerns about transmission of the disease and an artist's backlog of commissions resulting from 2020's restrictions.

While most of the schedule remains unchanged, circumstances led Bently Spang to push his residency bac...

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