Founded in 1945, the Missoula Mendelssohn Club is one of Montana’s oldest music institutions. This season marks the Club’s 68th season. The Club is a male choir whose members are broadly representative of the Missoula community, and have included active and retired teachers, professors, ranchers, lawyers, doctors, ministers, policemen, firemen, businessmen, and students. We are […]
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Missoula Outdoor Cinema is a celebration of community and film–under the stars. Featured films are projected outside on a huge 12′ X 25′ movie screen. Neighbors “walk in” to the playfield at the Headstart school (the old Whittier School) on the corner of Worden and Philips Aves. on Missoula’s historic Northside. As the sun goes down, the […]
Garden City Ballet (GCB) is the home of Missoula’s very own production of The Nutcracker. They proudly offer this holiday tradition, working with outstanding performers and their families, as well as exceptional teachers, choreographers and guest artists from across the region and country. GCB does not operate its own dance studio. Instead they invite all dancers, regardless […]
The Mission of the Missoula Indian Center is to serve as a respectful gathering place, welcoming families from all Nations to help develop a strong, supportive Native community by building collaborations and promoting healthy family activities. They achieve this through the following activities: -Supporting Native families by identifying opportunities & resources to thrive & be […]
The Jeannette Rankin Peace Center exists to connect and empower people to build a socially just, non-violent and sustainable community and world. They are committed to a process of reflection, dialogue and action, both in times of crisis and in the ongoing work of peacemaking. They believe that informed, engaged citizens are the foundation of both […]
The International Wildlife Film Festival, LTD is a 501(c)3 base here in Missoula. Their mission is to promote awareness, knowledge and understanding of wildlife, habitat, people and nature through excellence in film, television and other media. The mission is fulfilled through outreach and education, and includes the following programs: -IWFF, our annual wildlife and conservation themed […]
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 […]
The mission of Destination Missoula is to market Missoula as a premiere travel destination thereby creating vibrant growth in the economy and enhancing the quality of life.
The mission of Ballet Arts Academy is to provide a nurturing and technically rigorous dance education for Missoula children.
Dolce Canto began in 2001. The idea for the choir was sparked when several friends who had sung together in other ensembles grew nostalgic for the wonderful a cappella compositions they had studied and performed in high school and college. On a whim, they decided to gather in order to read through some of these […]
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
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