Arts & Above is an interdisciplinary performing arts organization based in Missoula, Montana. We create dances, music, visual arts, installations, films, and more. We produce live performances for the local community, and present our work nationally, and internationally. We provide educational opportunities through on-going movement classes, workshops, and residencies, and are committed to reaching out […]
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At the heart of Missoula’s cultural landscape these groups offer Art Education, Resources for Artists, and are responsible for some of the best Missoula Events. Find the organization that’s right for you and get involved!
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The Missoula Community Gamelan (Manik Harum) meets regularly to practice and perform Balinese anklung gamelan music. The group has was formed in 2007 and is directed by Dorothy Morrison.
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 […]
Founded in the fall of 2011, Bare Bait Dance offers fresh, original, professional dance-works in Montana for Montanans. Under the direction of Joy French, Bare Bait Dance company aims to: – make contemporary dance more accessible to both the Missoula community as well as rural Montanan communities which are largely under served in the performing […]
MontanaPBS is celebrating 30 years of broadcasting in Montana. MontanaPBS is a joint project of Montana State University and the University of Montana with studios and program producers in both Bozeman and Missoula. Quality television has the power to elevate our understanding of the world, encourage respect for one another, and influence our lives in a positive way. […]
Montana Public Radio is a public service of the University of Montana and is licensed to the Montana University System. MTPR is celebrating its 50th anniversary in 2015 and has grown from a student training facility in 1965 to a media network serving western and central Montana and beyond with www.mtpr.org Montana Public Radio is an NPR […]
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.
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 […]
The Missoula Community Concert Band is a non-profit organization devoted to promoting and performing concert band music in the Western Montana area. They are open to all adults who play (or have played and want to get back to it) wind and percussion instruments. Eight weekly rehearsals are followed by a free public concert. Their […]
Arts & Economic Prosperity 5
Arts Missoula teamed up with Americans for the Arts to study the economic impact of the arts in Missoula. Read the full report here.download our pdf
- Mailing Address – P. O. Box 7662, Missoula, MT 59807
- Physical Address – 327 E. Broadway, Missoula, MT 59802
- Phone – 406.541.0860
- Fax – 406.541.0861