Friday, August 20, 2010
Electric City Creative: Issue #2: BOUNDLESS
Electric City Creative Issue #2: BOUNDLESS
Greetings once again, Great Falls. Here we have our second issue, almost double the size of our first. We hope you enjoy it.
What can you expect this month?
-Tyson Habein's interview with Helena painter Thomas Chvilicek
-Profile of Montana Shakespeare in the Parks
-Scenes from both The Montana State Fair and Alive @5 with Red Elvises
-First Friday Art Walk, featuring art from Ngawang Chojor, Sheree Nelson, James Bason, Wrangler Galleries and Cliff Rossberg
- And in her column "Liner Notes," Sara Habein talks about the ways Great Falls' live music scene could improve.
While viewing the magazine, we suggest you set your reader to view two pages side by side in order to make it more like a double page spread in a print magazine. The content and our layout just look better that way.
And speaking of printed magazines, stayed tuned to find out how you can purchase a print edition of Electric City Creative. We will have the details available shortly.
Thanks for reading!
Edit/Correction: Thomas Chvilicek's art opening at the Sola Cafe in Bozeman will now likely occur in April/May 2011. Visit his website for details as they come.