Missoula Children's Theatre
Education, entertainment and enrichment for all ages through the performing arts.
Archie Bray Foundation of Ceramic Arts
Nonprofit, educational institution dedicated to the enrichment of the ceramic arts, offering residencies and specialized workshops to ceramic artists from around the world.
American Computer Museum
Award-winning museum of the 4,000-year history of computers and communications.
Yellowstone Art Museum
Holter Museum of Art
Committed to promoting participation through outreach, innovative educational programming, and collaboration with other organizations.
Myrna Loy Center, The
Performing arts center dedicated to bringing to the Northern Rockies the finest in music, theater, dance, performance art, literature, film, and video.
Emerson Center for the Arts & Culture
Promotes visual and performing arts, and arts education in South Central Montana.
Carousel For Missoula
Located in Missoula, Montana, this carrousel's frame was built in 1918 and once operated at the Ponderosa Ranch where the TV show Bonanza was filmed.
Contains listings of artists, galleries, resources, and competitions in the state.
Custer Battlefield Museum
Exhibits Custer battle artifacts, photographs, paintings, Indian beadwork, and more.
Montana State Fair
Carnival, concerts, entertainment, exhibits, and food.
Contemporary award-winning restaurant located in the historic district of uptown Butte.
Semi-professional family entertainment in the Greater Yellowstone area.
Montana Repertory Theatre
Telling the great stories of our world to enlighten, develop, and celebrate the human spirit in an ever-expanding community.
Tabish, Dan - Buffalo Embossing
Specializing in fine art embossing and foil stamping for the individual or collector.
Committed to theatre as art and exists as a venue that will not only contribute to the cultural life of the community but will also serve to test and stretch the abilities of the artists involved with the theatre.
Native American Art Show
Annual art show held in Great Falls, Montana.
Montana Festival of the Book
Featuring readings and discussions with regional writers. Sept. 8-9, 2000.