LECTURES and Shows
Artist show benefits CPR
Artist Annie Bailey is participating in a show August 12-September 2
in the Tartoo Gallery in the Emerson Cultural Center on Olive St. in
Bozeman. In conjunction with this show, artists are donating 10% of
their profit to a non-profit organization of their choice. Because
Annie has been intrigued by Butte and its architecture, which is
reflected in her paintings of Butte buildings that will be in this
show, she has chosen Butte CPR as the non-profit to receive this
donation. Annie is currently a student at MSU's school of
architecture and also has a brother who attended MT Tech.
See Annie's Site for more information. Thanks, Annie!
As part of its education programs, Butte CPR offers presentations to our business members and community groups on various topics. We've given the presentation based on our stained glass booklet in Helena, Missoula, and multiple places in Butte. We also have an overview program, outlining CPR's goals and activities. This has been given to groups such as the Rotary and Kiwanis Clubs.
|Some Presentations Available|
|History Lessons in Butte's Stained Glass|
|Overview of CPR and its programs|
|Historic Preservations lessons to learn from Savannah, Georgia|
|Architecture representing Butte's Labor History|
|The 2007 Chinese Archaeology Dig|
These presentations are offered at no charge to Butte area community groups and our Corporate Members — donations to CPR are much appreciated. Contact us for low rates for visiting tour groups and out-of-town presentations.
In 2008, CPR volunteers gave monthly educational visits on a wide range of topics to Butte's Beyond Assisted Living homes.