Turning the Wheel Missoula

Contact

406.533.7561
210 N Higgins Suite 222, Missoula, MT 59802
Website

Venue



Unapproved
Dining Capacity:

Turning the Wheel uses the expressive arts of movement and improvisational theatre to nurture individual wellness and community engagement. A Turning the Wheel class centers around the body – engaging groups in games and movement explorations, but may also include collage activities, journaling, vocalization and performance, all generated by the stories and personal history of participants. We invite you to explore with us how movement takes us directly to joy by teaching us to inhabit our body, expand our mind and engage our community.

CONTACTS:

lulu@turningthewheel.org

lizzi@turningthewheel.org

missoula@turningthewheel.org\n\n

Preserve Historic Missoula

Contact

(406) 544-8606
201 S. Fourth St. W. #2, Missoula, MT 59806
Website

The primary mission for Preserve Historic Missoula is to educate the citizens of Missoula and Western Montana in the appreciation of the educational, historical, architectural, scientific, and aesthetic significance of their environmental heritage, including historic sites, buildings, structures, objects, and districts and prehistoric sites.

Please contact Suzanne Juline (406-544-8606), or visit website for further information.

Montana Gaelic Cultural Society

Contact

(406) 490-8309

Website

The Montana Gaelic Cultural Society (MGCS) was founded in 1997 by Thomas Sullivan and Richard Newman, two engineers from Missoula. Since that time, the MGCS has sponsored classes in the Irish language, Irish dance classes, music and drama presentations, and ten successful Irish Festivals. There is now an Irish Studies Program at the University of Montana, and work is being done toward the establishment of an Irish Cultural Center in Butte.

It is the aim of the MGCS to continue developing such programs, increasing membership and support so that access to the Irish and Gaelic culture is provided to all Montana communities. To accomplish this, it is vital to build memberships, with an eye toward establishing access to the organization throughout the state of Montana.

Art Associates of Missoula

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Website

The Art Associates of Missoula is a non-profit organization which actively supports the Missoula Art Museum, especially the Fifth Grade Art Experience and sponsors a scholarship for a University of Montana Art Student each year.In addition they provide their members with a monthly general meeting with engaging and diverse lectures by people associated with the arts. They also provide members with hands on art experiences through workshops presented throughout the year. They strive to implement small group gatherings and arrange a yearly Spring tour to discover Art of the Northwest.

Please see website for further details and contact information.

Missoula Irish Dancers

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Website

A dance school, providing education in traditional Irish dance to students ages 5-18 through classes and to the public through performances. A non-profit corporation.

Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre

Contact

406.549.5155
2704 Brooks\nMissoula, MT 59801
Website

Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre offers important opportunities to the youth of Montana with training, performing and cultural exchanges. RMBT enriches the quality of life in Montana through its unique original programming that is presented throughout Montana, the US and internationally.

Flamenco Montana / Victoria Lenihan Dance

Contact

406.542.9270
Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre School, 2704 Brooks, Missoula, MT
Website

Over the twenty years since we formed our group, many talented individuals have contributed to our performances. Today we continue in the spirit in which we began: sharing our love of flamenco and Spanish dance arts, reaching out beyond our community, preserving the art authentically. We offer presentations in flamenco history, as well as performances appropriate for any age group, from Sunflower Montessori Preschool to The Springs, and we can bring our own floor if need be! Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre School is our home for flamenco classes for their students and adults. We are continuing our tradition of bringing world class flamenco artists to Missoula with Yaelisa, Jason McGuire, and Jesus Montoya coming in August, 2017. For more details, check our website www.flamencomt.com or call Victoria: 406-542-9270. Thank you for your interest in this venerable art, declared an Intangible Cultural Heritage of Humanity by UNESCO in 2010.

MCT, Inc.

Contact

406.728.1911
200 N. Adams St., Missoula, MT 59802
Website

Venue

Fee Varies by Event
25-324 depending on space.
Allowed
Handicap Accessible
Dining Capacity:280 standing / 120 tables
Warming oven available, no cooking on site.

MCT, Inc. is an umbrella organization sitting atop two distinct yet connected programs: a community theatre production company (MISSOULA COMMUNITY THEATRE) and the world’s largest touring children’s theatre (MISSOULA CHILDREN’S THEATRE).\n\nWithin our home community of Missoula, Montana, we are an arts organization committed to staging local productions, children’s musicals, revues, showcases, and operas. Across the country and throughout the world, we are recognized as the premiere group that brings performing arts opportunities to communities–most notably to kids–who might not otherwise have access to them.\n\nChildren’s programs constitute the core of our local activities. We offer a variety of camps and classes for children and teenagers. These take place at our downtown Missoula headquarters or during summer camps in locations near Seeley and Flathead Lakes.\n\nThe MCT Center for the Performing Arts has a variety of rooms available for your event-ranging from our beautiful theatre or lobby, to several meeting rooms and classroom spaces.

Nancy Seiler

Contact

406-370-1254
330 Brooks St.
Website

Group and private classes in botanical illustration, nature journaling, children’s group and private art classes. Fine artist working in acrylics.

School of Music

Contact

(406) 243-6882
971 Maurice, Missoula, MT 59812
Website

Venue

$250 + add ons
400
Unapproved
Handicap Accessible
Dining Capacity:

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\n\nThe mission of the School of Music is to provide a comprehensive instructional program in music that will develop teachers, performers, composers, scholars, and informed audiences. In addition we strive to set and maintain high standards of musical excellence for a broad and diverse community of constituents. At the same time we acknowledge the value to ourselves and our students in interaction with other departments on campus in the belief such efforts will broaden our sphere of influence resulting in promotion of the role of arts in our culture. Finally we recognize a responsibility to be of service to the greater region by providing leadership and public service to students and teachers in schools and communities. The School of Music and the other units of the College of Visual and Performing Arts were recently recognized by the Northwest Accreditation Association as being “a jewel in the crown of The University of Montana.\n\nThe School of Music offers both professional and liberal arts degrees in music at the undergraduate and graduate levels. An academic minor is also available to students majoring in other disciplines. Clearly the mission and objectives of the School of Music are directly related to those of this specific institution as well as the Montana University System. Recognizing this University’s strong commitment to providing a broad-based liberal arts education, the School of Music and College of Visual and Performing Arts have further been charged with serving as the principal location for professional training in fine arts. Through its historic mission and proven reputation for offering high quality education, the School of Music continues in its role as the provider of the state’s only graduate level programs in music.\n\nMusic Bulidng: built in 1953, this red brick building’s shape is uniquely and fittingly a grand piano, and the west side’s louvered walls, made of Indiana limestone, resemble piano keys. Located north of the Fine Arts Building, the Music Building houses the College of Visual and Performing Arts School of Music.\n\nThe Music Recital Hall: located in the Music Building on campus, ¬†the music recital hall has a capacity of 400, which includes balcony seating. The facilities offer a Steinway grand piano, and concert organ. In addition, the recital has a sound system, recording capabilities, internet connection, a theatre sized projection screen and projector for multimedia performances and presentations.\n\n

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