Jo Swain, Associate Professor of Elementary Education, 406.661.3247,
Andrew Keating, Director of Communications, 406.657.1104,

Enhancing Opportunities Art Benefit to be held November 27-28

BILLINGS, November 16, 2015 – Rocky Mountain College and Arts Without Boundaries will be hosting Enhancing Opportunities Art Benefit on November 27-28, 2015, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. each day in Tech Hall on the RMC campus. Proceeds from the sale will benefit community creative arts programs for students in Billings and the surrounding area.

The sale will include original artwork by Clyde Aspevig, Charlie Fritz, Bob Barlow, Scott Switzer, Chris Burgeson, and Jack Hines. There benefit will also include prints (both framed and unframed) by Clyde Aspevig, Charlie Fritz, Kevin Red Star, Jim Poulsen, Mike Capser, Nick Eggenhoffer, Loren Entz, Scott Switzer, Rita Tate Meyer, Jim Daly, Steve Elliott, and Jessica Zempsky.

“The goal for the Enhancing Opportunities Art Benefit is to provide funding for low-income students in Billings and the surrounding area to experience all aspects of the arts,” said RMC Associate Professor of Elementary Education Jo Swain. “Funds provide instrument purchases, writing resources, and private music lessons for low-income children in K-12.”

For more information, contact Jo Swain at 406.661.3247 or via email at