The Bigfork Documentary Project tells the story of Bigfork: its geography, early settlement and growth, and the journey to its current place of culture, recreation, and community. Artwork and artifacts related to the project will be on view at BACC.
A talented group of community-minded creatives: Denny Kellogg, Tabby Ivy, Ed Gillenwater, and Don Beans have (once again) joined forces: this time to celebrate Bigfork. The team’s last effort resulted in the landmark, acclaimed Hockaday Museum of Art exhibition, documentary film and book, A Timeless Legacy, Women Artists of Glacier National Park. The Bigfork project will produce a book and DVD.
All proceeds from the documentary film and accompanying book will benefit the Bigfork Arts and Cultural Center (BACC). Photographic archives and other research materials acquired during the project will become a part of BACC’s Art Collection and serve as an ongoing community resource.