The Missoula Cultural Council is now offering annual memberships. Click here to read more.
Local artists, musicians, and performers are encouraged to list their contact and web information here.
Looking for an artist to design a logo, paint some faces, play some music, decorate your office? Or, are you an artist looking for opportunities? Check out the new Creative Gig Service, created by the Zootown Arts Community Center.
Our Office is located at 327 E Broadway. Hours: 9 - 5 Mon-Fri, Phone: 541-0860 View Map >>
HAPPY 2013 MISSOULA!
Thanks to everyone who helped make this festival a success! To the donors, the sponsors, the artists, the volunteers, the button outlets, the community at large we offer up our most heartfelt THANKS!
We'll be taking artist applications in the spring and summer for First Night Missoula 2014.
To review the newest Arts & Economic Prosperity Report for Missoula
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Thanks to our sponsors, to the particpants, judges, and everyone who helped make this another great year for Missoula area high school students!
THIS YEAR'S WINNER WAS:
Michelle Duffloq Williams
of Hellgate High School
We recently had a visit from Randy Cohen (Vice President of Research and Policy for Americans for the Arts), who explained the positive economic impact our arts organizations have on Missoula's economy. In addition to being an eye opener to the economic importance of the arts, the information shared at his talk as well as the Arts & Economic Prosperity report (found above) can serve as tool for arts advocacy. For pointers on how to use this and other information provided by Americans for the Arts when advocating for your art organization click here.
As of January 2012, Missoula County is home to 366 arts-related businesses that employ 1,331 people. That accounts for 3.85% of the 9,505 total businesses located in Missoula County, proving that the arts are a real force in our local economy. For more information, maps and to find out how your organization can be included in studies such as Arts & Economic Prosperity, click here.