Our office is located in the Historic Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture. Just a block off Main Street in Downtown Bozeman, Montana. The building has the largest rooftop solar array in town with the charm of a 100 year old structure. Named after Ralph Waldo Emerson, an American philosopher, poet, educator, and abolitionist.
The Emerson's mission is to build community by promoting arts and culture, in a historic building. The English-Gothic edifice was constructed from 1918 to 1920 and designed by Fred Willson, a local architect. It was a local school until 1992. The Emerson is a nonprofit and home to various artists, architects, galleries, live theater, movie tours, and a restaurant.
This is just blocks off Main Street and Tracey where Ryan's great grandfather, Duburg Breneman, worked as a typesetter and printer for the Avant Courier Newspaper 1904-1918.