Website dedicated to show the roots of the flamenco art.
Nancy Seiler Fine Art
Call I 406-370-1254 for appointment
Zootown Arts Community Center
216 W. Main Street
Hourly Rate of $100/hr (discount for nonprofits)
175 Seated / 350 Standing
Dining Capacity:125 or Fewer
The ZACC is Missoula’s nonprofit community art center, providing accessible arts experiences of all kinds for people of all ages – including classes and camps, gallery shows, local and touring music, theatre, and comedy performances, community events, and drop-in creativity opportunities. Our artists’ shop, paint-your-own-pottery studio, and three galleries are open seven days a week, and we present multiple performances per week in our venue, The Show Room.
Missoula Community Access Television
500 N. Higgins Ave.\nMissoula, MT 59802
Missoula Community Access Television (MCAT) provides Missoula residents and organizations with the equipment, training, and channel time to produce TV programs based on their interests and concerns. These programs reflect Missoula’s cultural, political, and intellectual diversity, and help foster a community dialogue about people and issues that might otherwise go unnoticed. The Community’s Access to a television is a logical extension of the First Amendment right, to the most powerful communications technology of our day. Using community access television, local people can speak for themselves through programs they produce for the cable system. These programs reflect the culturally diverse city of Missoula. Show topics include politics, comedy, culture and many others.
Gallery 709 in Montana Art & Framing
709 Ronan St.\nMissoula, MT 59801
Gallery 709 (Located in Montana Art and Framing) is owned by Montana native and University of Montana alumnus, Don H. Mundt. It specializes in custom picture framing and custom matting, with discounts for quantity. It also serves as¬†a¬†gallery,¬†featuring art by Montana artists. Traditional, western, and contemporary themes are expressed in watercolor painting, acrylic painting, oil painting, printmaking, ceramics, and photography.\n\nFeatured artists include: Walter Hook, Nancy Erickson, Barbara Morrison, George Gogas, Patricia Forsberg, Teresa Warner, Elene Weege, Marvie Redmond, Peter Keefer, Carol Hoffnagle, Bob Hawkins, Elloie Jeter, Alan Wikoff, and Don Mundt.\n\nPlease contact MA&F Owner Don H. Mundt for further details, or visit link above to view online gallery.\n\n¬†\n\n¬†\n\n¬†\n\n¬†\n\n¬†\n\n¬†
Montana Arts Council
PO Box 202201, Helena MT 59620-2201
The Montana Arts Council is the agency of state government established to develop the creative potential of all Montanans, advance education, spur economic vibrancy and revitalize communities through involvement in the arts. The Montana Arts Council was established in recognition of the increasing importance of the arts in the lives of the citizens of Montana, of the need to provide opportunity for our young people to participate in the arts and to contribute to the great cultural heritage of our state and nation, and of the growing significance of the arts as an element which makes living and vacationing in Montana desirable to the people of other states, the Montana arts council is hereby created as an agency of state government.
311 Brantly Hall, University of Montana, Missoula, MT 59801
Humanities Montana is Montana‚Äôs nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Montana Center for the Book is the state‚Äôs affiliate of the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress. Both sponsor the Montana Festival of the Book.
P.O. Box 841, Seeley Lake, MT 59868
Alpine Artisans is a group of over 150 artists and supporters of the arts dedicated to promoting and preserving the arts in the Seeley/Swan/Blackfoot Valleys. Alpine Artisans sponsors the annual Loon and Fish Festival Memorial Day weekend, Open Book Club book readings and signings throughout the year, a year-round self-guided Tour of the Arts featuring open studios, Two Valleys Stage performing arts series, arts education outreach activities, and numerous other cultural events throughout the year.
127 N. Higgins Ave., Missoula, MT 59802
Missoula’s longest running artists’ cooperative gallery. The gallery features local fine craft and art, including ceramics, glass, wood & metal work, jewelry, photography, textiles and more. We are now open in our new gallery space at 127 N. Higgins, downtown Missoula (near the Catalyst Cafe). Monthly shows by regional guest artist, with First Friday openings.\n\nOpen Mon-Fri 10-6, Saturday 10-5, (Sunday 10-5 seasonally).
Missoula Art Museum
335 N. Pattee St., Missoula, MT 59802
MAM must provide bar
The Missoula Art Museum is committed to educating the community through contemporary art and to developing and conserving the Art Museum Collection in order to preserve and make accessible our cultural heritage. With the ongoing dedication of artists, educators, community members and volunteers, MAM (Missoula Art Museum) has grown from a summer arts festival to a thriving institution serving the Northwest. Accredited by the American Association of Museums since 1987, MAM develops and hosts approximately 25 exhibitions annually in six galleries located in the Carnegie building. MAM’s exhibition programs encompass diverse media form local and international contemporary artists.\n\nWith education at the core of its mission, MAM offers tours and classes for all ages, and collaborates with local art, literary and music communities to develop lectures and workshops. MAM also participates in the Arts in the Schools and Neighborhoods Program, which takes visual, literary and performance art directly to Missoula’s most at-risk children in partnership with the Flagship Program. MAM also offers classes through the Summer Art School. Programs like gallery tours, artist lectures and panel discussions are designed for every exhibit.\n\nMAM manages the Missoula County Art Collection, as well as its own collection, which is distinguished by the Contemporary American Indian Art Collection, and works from regional and local artists, including: Dale Chihuly, Jacob Lawrence, Jaune Quick-to-See Smith, Susan Stewart and E.S. Paxson. MAM’s acquisitions in 2005 include work by Terry Melton, Preston Singletary (Tlingit), Branson Stevenson, Gail Tremblay (Onondaga Micmac). MAM has published dozens of artist catalogues throughout the years, which are for sale in the ‘Temporary Contemporary’ museum and online.