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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Humanities Montana

Humanities Montana is Montana’s nonprofit affiliate of the National Endowment for the Humanities. The Montana Center for the Book is the state’s affiliate of the Center for the Book in the Library of Congress. Both sponsor the Montana Festival of the Book.

Headwaters Dance Co.

A professional, modern dance, repertory, touring company based in Missoula. We present work by choreographers from all over the country, as well as creating our own. We tour throughout the Northwest offering evening performances and educational and community outreach.

Downtown Dance Collective

The mission of Downtown Dance Collective is to make dance available to everyone of any social or economic status, age, gener or artistic or cultural background. All styles, at varying levels for the artist to the non-dancer alike. The DDC is an atmosphere in which students and instructors have artistic choices, share in the artistic […]

Alpine Artisans

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 […]

Clay Studio of Missoula

The Clay Studio of Missoula is a nonprofit community center for the ceramic arts. The organization’s goal is to provide the general public with affordable access to high-quality ceramic art instruction. They strive to fulfill this goal by: 1) Offering a wide array of ceramics classes and workshops to adults and children of all levels […]

Missoula Art Museum

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 […]