Kirks’ Grocery is an art gallery and all ages performance space located in Billings, Montana dedicated to showing contemporary art from local, regional, national, and international artists that fall outside of the typical Western Art that is associated with Montana galleries.
Our philosophy of giving unusual art a platform extends to the performance space where Kirks’ hosts DIY all ages shows and events featuring everything from spoken word poetry to experimental musical performances and DIY touring musicians along with independent film and documentaries.
Kirks’ is a community oriented center for all ages and abilities. We now offer the chance to become a member and support us in a number of capacities. You can purchase a monthly membership that gets you admission to every event, you can volunteer to work the door, sell refreshments, and help set up for the musical performances.
This is your community and Kirks’ Grocery is a creative force for positive change. Let’s do it together.
Opening reception: Friday, December 1, 5–9 pm (during ArtWalk) with delicious food by Chef Ashley Woodward. Our annual small Works exhibition has decreased its tiny footprint and tightened the foci of the artists. Prepare for 8x8” pieces from artists including: Kayla De la Ossa, Jane Waggoner Deschner, Robin Earles, Marla Goodman, Louis Habeck, Stephen Haraden, Milo Herbert, Kate Huston, Rachel Larson Long, Jodi Lightner, Jon Lodge, Robbie Mann, Sara Mast, Gordon McConnell, Cathryn McIntyre, Laura Meintjes, Margaret Mensching, Sheila Miles, Keeara Rhoades, Becky Roberts, and Sara Wright.