June 21, 2017
A new exhibit at the Yellowstone County Museum brings together an amazing collection of artifacts from the Native American Ghost Dance movement of the 1890s. The collection includes Ghost Dance shirts, dresses, drums, shields, pipes, a mink rattle, prayer staff and bags. It is on long-term loan to the museum from Billings native Larry Williams, who will talk about the collection once an hour during Saturday's grand opening.
June 20, 2017
Celebrity Night in Missoula raises funds for hospitality support at sporting events brought to the community by Destination Missoula and the Missoula Tourism Business Improvement District (TBID).
June 18, 2017
“We believe in magic” was the theme for the Big Sky Pride celebration, which made its first appearance in Billings in nine years, but pride seemed to be the real focus of the event.
June 16, 2017
Mike Booth and Cory Johnson started the Red Lodge Songwriters Festival last year, hoping it would become an annual event that got bigger every year. It looks like they’re on the right track. The second annual festival starts next Thursday, June 22, and this year will feature two members of the Nashville Songwriters Hall of Fame, with 12 shows at six Red Lodge venues scheduled during the three-day event.
June 15, 2017
Sometimes Tim Ryan Rouillier’s dreams bloom like Montana wildflowers. They draw from his roots, and when one blossoms in its bright colors, it usually begets another. The Montana-native-turned-Nashville star’s grandest dream yet – a musical memoir called “Play Me Montana” – will open at the University of Montana’s Dennison Theatre on June 17.
June 14, 2017
On June 20, MAM will welcome renowned writer, activist and art critic Lucy Lippard, who will discuss her newest book, “Undermining: A Wild Ride through Land Use, Politics, and Art in the Changing West.”
June 12, 2017
The Radius Gallery will host an opening reception for it's new exhibition featuring artwork by two of Missoula’s favorite artists – Stephanie J. Frostad and Julia Galloway.
June 9, 2017
I found that everyone who sat for a sketch would relax after a few minutes of sitting. Sometimes they would nod off and come to with a jerk. When I made eye contact while looking back and forth from their face to my sketchpad, we would come to a brief, silent closeness.