art + culture news  //  October 29, 2017
FIRST FRIDAY / Nov. 2 / G allery Guide

4pm Holiday Show First Friday at Radius Radius Gallery More Information
4:30pm
John Ashley: Night-Shift Montana's Nocturnal Animals Montana Natural History Center More Information
5pm Art Show "Here With Me" - Artist Andrea Castillo Jeanette Rankin Peace Center More Information
5pm First Friday at FrontierSpace FrontierSpace More Information
5pm "Perpetua" by George Ybarra 4 Ravens Gallery More Information
5pm Nepal, Mushrooms, and People Clyde Coffee More Information
5pm First Friday Featured Maker: PotsByAmy Noteworthy Paper and Press More Information
5pm Karlie Nickol's Art and Photography  Brooks and Browns More Information
5pm Adventure Photography by Elliott Natz Last Best Ski & Paddle Shop More Information
5pm First Friday at PureWest Christie's PureWest Christie's More Information
5pm First Friday with Erin Flint Bathing Beauties Beads More Information
5pm LMTCO First Friday: Woodblock prints, pie and live music Lake Missoula Tea Company More Information
5pm Nancy Erickson 10th Anniversary Gallery 709 Inside Montana Art & Framing More Information
5pm First Friday First Friday at Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices 
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5pm First Friday at Bad Goat Wood Products Bad Goat Workshop More Information
5pm First Friday PhotoVoice and Art Show Missoula Food Bank & Community Center More Information
5pm Wild Hare Salon Grant Opening First Friday The Wild Hare Salon More Information
5pm November First Friday: New Artwork for Autumn The Dana Gallery More Information
5pm First Friday at the MAM Missoula Art Museum More Information
5pm Conjuring Color from the Winterscapes of Wonderland Bernice's Bakery More Information
5pm Artists' Shop - "Three Women Artists" - Mixed Media The Artists' Shop More Information
5:30pm
The Teapot Show III The Clay Studio of Missoula More Information

For more details visit Missoula First Friday Events,  Website!

this week & coming up in missoula

Business Luncheon: Dr. David Western // Montana World Affairs Council
Tuesday, October 30th, 12-1:30pm
[at Stockman Bank]
Montana World Affairs Council welcomes you to a private business luncheon with Dr. David Western. Western is chairman of the African Conservation Center in Kenya as well as a leader in global conservation. Info & Registration:  Here!


Dance Up Close // University of Montana School of Theatre & Dance
November 1st-3rd
[Masquer Theatre on campus]
Join the UofM Dance program for their annual black box show, Dance Up Close. This show will showcase collaborations between dancers, emerging artists in the program and more.  Website!


Pianissimo // Celebrate Piano Series

Friday, November 2nd, 7:30pm
[at UofM Music Recital Hall]
Pianist, Peter Takacs, will be performing at 7:30pm at the University of Montana Music Recital Hall. Celebrate Piano Series includes piano based performances through April 2019. Click through for details:  Website!


Toil and Trouble [Beethoven, Grieg & Rachmaninoff] // Missoula Symphony Orchestra
November 3rd & 4th
[at UofM Dennison Theater]
This November, Stewart Goodyear, pianist, will be performing at the Dennison Theater on UofM campus.  More details!



"Dancing with the Dead" // Missoula Senior Center

Sunday, November 4th, 4-6pm
"Dancing with the Dead" is a performance by UM Dance and Writing students exploring death and loss. This event is one of many during the Festival of Remembrance. For more details on this as well as all Festival of Rememberance events October 26th- November 4th, follow this link:  More Info!
 


Sister Act // Missoula Community Theatre
Through November 4th
Enjoy a spirited rendition of a Broadway Musical this Fall at Missoula Community Theatre. The show is full of music, dance, movement and more. Get your tickets now!  Website!


Second Friday Openings // Zootown Arts Community Center
Friday, November 9th, 5:30-8pm
ZACC welcomes you to view the opening of their two new shows: Kim Brown Campbell & Catherine Rose: Unknown Expressions and Rebecca Weston: #MeToo Permitted Expressions. More details here:  Website! [left image by Rebecca Weston].

Springboard 2018 // Bare Bait Dance
November 9th -18th
BBD invites you to their second show of the season. "Springboard 2018" includes new works by both Bare Bait company members and season guests. Click through to their website for more details and to purchase tickets: Website!

Turn // MASC Studio
November 9th - 11th
MASC Studio in Missoula presents, "Turn" an original theatrical circus performance. This is a story about ordinary people remembering what its like to dream again!  Facebook Event!

Dancing in Jaffa// Cultures in Motion: World View Film Series
Monday, November 19th, 7pm
[at Roxy Theater]
Global and Cultural Affairs of Arts Missoula, in collaboration with the Roxy Community Theater, Soft Landing and the International Rescue Committee invite you to the premiere of a new global film series titled: World View - Cultures in Motion. Join us on Monday, November 19th, 7pm for Dancing in Jaffa (Israel). Facebook Event!


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Arts Missoula Office News
Part II: Sister City Partnership Revitalized
As mentioned in the Arts Missoula Newsletter last week, a six-person delegation from Missoula's sister city Palmerston North in New Zealand visited Missoula from Monday, October 8th through Tuesday, October 16th. Global and Cultural Affairs in Arts Missoula oversees the sister city program for the city of Missoula and developed a diverse program for the international visitors. After visits on October 9th, with Mayor John Engen, the Executive Director of the Downtown Missoula Partnership, the UM president and various campus administrators, the delegation had the opportunity the following day, to tour the Missoula College (photo to the left), visit with the Clark Fork Coalition, before touring the Missoula Children's Theater and the Missoula Art Museum, ending the second day with a visit of the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation. 

October 11th was spent in Helena, with a visit to the Governor's Office, a tour of the Capitol Building and meetings with representatives from the MT Department of Commerce, Export Montana, (photo on the right) as well as a meeting with members of the Offices of International and Domestic Tourism.  A walk through Last Chance Gulch and a visit of the Montana's Museum, of the Montana Historical Society completed the day trip to Helena.  October 12th brought the delegation to the Salish Kootanai College, to meet their president, administrators and faculty, before visiting the UM Biological Station at Flathead Lake.  An evening gathering connected the delegation to leaders in the community and allowed for the exploration of shared economic interests. Tom Bensen, Executive Director of Arts Missoula: "The delegation visit was a great example of sister-city cultural exchange - involving meetings with tribal members, city and state officials, University of Montana administrators and Missoula's arts and cultural organizations.  But just as important, it also highlighted the potential for economic development and collaboration, which is essential as Missoula becomes more of an international city in the years ahead". If you missed the coverage in the last newsletter click HERE!

Annual State Educators Conference in Billings Featured Arts Missoula Team Member
Dr. Udo Fluck, Director of Global and Cultural Affairs, provided a teacher training at the 2018 MEA-MFT Educators Conference in Billings on October 19th. Among its diverse services, Global and Cultural Affairs has a K-12 outreach program, which infuses existing curricula in Missoula's elementary, middle and high school with cultural and global perspectives. His presentation titled "Managing Cultural Similarities and Differences in K-12 Classrooms", filled a classroom at the Billings Skyview High School to the last seat. Fluck is working with Lewis and Clark Elementary School, Meadow Hill Middle School and Hellgate High School this fall, providing seminars and he welcomes the interest in the topic outside Missoula County Public Schools. "Creating an inclusive classroom environment, where students can learn about cultures helps prepare young learners for future success in diverse environments. Intercultural and global competence begins in K-12 education", according to Fluck.  Over 2,000 educators from across Montana registered for the conference which featured over 500 training sessions and keynotes from 18 curriculum groups with expertise in education.
German Steins  and New Zealand Shirts for Sale!

Arts Missoula has 25th Anniversary classic German Steins leftover from Germanfest. Steins run $20 each. We also have New Zealand t-shirts celebrating our sister city, Palmerston North, NZ.  If you are interested in purchasing a stein or shirt, please call our office at (406)-541-0860 or visit us at 327 E Broadway.
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