art + culture news  //  march 26, 2018
this week in missoula

Awards Lunch Thank You!

Thank you to all who attended and made possible the Arts & Culture Awards Lunch on Thursday, March 22nd. We are grateful to have the opportunity to share in such a wonderful event.

Congratulations again to our 2018 Honorees: Sharon Snavely, James Lee Burke, H. Rafael Chacon, Montana Public Radio and Charlene Campbell Carey!


Wonder Women // Bare Bait Dance Company
March 30, 31: 8pm
April 6, 7: 8pm
April 8: 6pm
[in PARTV Building on Campus]
The last BBD show of the season is here! This show is a completely original dance work by Joy French and company. BBD explores what it takes to be brave, beautiful and bold. For more info:  Website!


This Week at the Roxy Theater

Tuesday, March 27th, 6pm
NT Live: Hamlet
Wednesday, March 28th, 7:15pm
The Crying Game
Thursday, March 29th, 7pm
Boy

For more details & showtimes click through to the Roxy Theater's  Website!
upcoming events

MCAT Media Focus Groups
April 3-4
"Participate in a series of focus groups April 3-4 on the future of community programming, cable service and technology. They provide a chance for interested community members to learn about franchise renewal and share their opinions about future services that could be available to our community through the Charter cable system and MCAT." Sign up  Here!   

Coming up at Shakespeare & Co.
Thursday, April 5th, 6pm
Join Shakespeare & Co. for crime fiction readings from authors Gwen Florio, Alec Cizak, and Russell Thayer. 
Saturday, April 7th, 1pm
Christopher Preston, a  University of Montana Professor of Philosophy will read from his new book, The Synthetic Age
Saturday, April 7th, 4pm
Shakespeare & Co. will be hosting UofM Professor, Jennifer Combe and Courtney Starrett, who will be holding a solo exhibit at FrontierSpace on April First Friday.

For more details and other events: Website!

Gallery Walk // Montana Museum of Art & Culture
Thursday, April 5th, 5:15pm
MMAC welcomes you to a gallery walk with Curator of Art, Jeremey Canwell, through current exhibit:  Contemporary Eastern European Prints: Recent Gifts from J. Scott Patnode.  Website!


International Festival // University of Montana

Sunday, April 8th, 11am - 4pm
[at the University Center]
The UofM's Global Engagement Office and UofM's International Student Association welcome you to the 26th Annual International Festival in the University Center. There will be plenty of food, games, activities, music, etc. to promote multiculturalism and intercultural awareness. For more details please call (406)-243-6141.

regional events

  Corks & Canvas and First Friday // Holter Museum of Art
Helena, MT 
Friday, April 6th, 6:30pm
It's First Friday at Holter! The Holter Museum invites you to Corks & Canvas:  date night, girls' night, mom and daughter night, coworkers' time, etc. A instructor will be guiding through a step-by-step pre-selected painting. Website!

One Fine Day, Exhibition // The Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture
Bozeman, MT
Exhibition Open through April 27th
One Fine Day is made up of two exhibits by Jarrod "jROD" Eastman and Kirsten Kainz. Both shows are very influenced by and connected to the natural world. One Fine Day will be on display in the Jesse Wilber and Lobby Galleries through April 27th.  Website!

classes, workshops, + tours



Register for Missoula Children's Theatre Summer Camps! 
Sleeping Beauty, Treasure Island & Aladdin


Playing With The Band 
Next session begins in May!

For registration and questions:
(406) 396-3352  mattnord@tangledtones.com



Missoula Art Museum


Modern Dance Class with Bare Bait Dance
Open Space, 005, PARTV Building, U of MTuesdays, 5:30-7pm
  Contact →


UM Dance Program, Creative Movement Classes for Children
February 1st - April 26th
PARTV Building, UM

For more details & to register:  Website!


Zootown Arts Community Center

5 Week Class: YAAP Thursday: Potter's Paradise
 March 8th - April 19th
2:30pm-5pm

2 Hour Class: "As Seen on..."
March 28th
6-8pm

2 Hour Art Journaling Class
April 22nd
6pm

For more details and other  classes: ZACC's  Website!




The Clay Studio of Missoula

Sculpting Live Animal Models 
(Ages 5-10)
March 26th - 30th
9:30-11:30am Daily

Teen Throwing Intensive
(For Ages 11-18)
March 26th - 30th
1-3:30pm Daily

Beginning Pottery
 April 4th - June 6th
6-9pm
OR
 April 5th - June 7th
6-9pm

The Clay Studio has SUMMER CAMPS currently open for registration. 

For more information on ALL classes at The Clay Studio of Missoula click,  here!

Drop-In Classes 
  with Downtown Dance Collective  
Ages 13+
For all experience levels
Website  






in this issue
partners + affiliates
job/ volunteer postings
Missoula Art Museum Volunteers Needed
Museum Aide
 
Missoula Art Museum 
Call for Art Teachers

Volunteer at the Roxy Theater
Website  
opportunities
Montana SUMMER Made Fair Call for Art & Submissions!
Deadline: April 1st
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Dunrovin Ranch Call for Artists
Equine Art Extravaganza [live Horses as Art Canvases]
Deadline to Reply with interest: April 16th
DunrovinEAE[at]gmail.com
Deadline to Submit: May 18th
Event Date: August 18th
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Montana Arts Integration Conference Registration Open
June 27-29
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Check out Montana.gov [Montana Arts Council] eNews for their art calls and other resources!
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Missoula Community Theatre has released their 2018-2019 season of shows!
Renew your tickets NOW! [Tickets open to public June 7th]
ongoing exhibitions

Choice and Ambiguity Mono-Prints
at 4 Ravens Gallery


Light and Sound Study; Series 1
at the ZACC
Through March


Community Exhibition
at The Clay Studio of Missoula
Through March 30th

 
"It Was, It Is, It Will Be"
at E3 Convergence Gallery
Through March 31st


Above and Beyond
at The Artists' Shop
Through March 31st


Montana Found
at Radius Gallery
Through March 31st


Contemporary Eastern European Prints: Recent Gifts from J. Scott Patnode
AND
Decades: Ceramics from the Permanent Collection
at Montana Museum of Art & Culture
Through May 26th
       
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