By Roger Dey

O'Dwyer ends tenure as BPSW Artistic Director


Last updated 8/31/2022 at 5:07pm

Roger Dey

Standing in the partially re-assembled Delaney y Mill Teepee Burner, Kevin O'Dwyer delivers remarks at the first Sculpture int the Wild symposium in 2014. O'Dwyer added the final image to his 'Montana Memory: Re-Imagining the Delaney Sawmill TeePee Burner' this year, a 1928 photo of the Hensler Sawmill at Lincoln.x

Kevin O'Dwyer came to Lincoln to make knives, but after ten years and multiple trips to and from his home in Ireland, he's leaving behind an award-winning sculpture park.

2021 marks O'Dwyer's ninth year as the artistic director for Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild, a position he originally expected to hold for only about two years.

"It's been a really great experience; the ups and down...

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