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Whimsical works on display at UM Museum of Art and Culture

May 24, 2017
The Montana Museum of Art and Culture gears up to open its new exhibit at the University of Montana with works ranging from whimsical to contemplate.

UM anthropologist's book explores Indigenous history

May 22, 2017
Through excavations of a semi-subterranean dwelling in British Columbia, Anna Prentiss found that ancestors of today’s St’át’imc people were actively engaged in maintaining traditional lifestyles while making the best of new opportunities for trade and group interaction.

Montana author: Newspaper shutdown a backdrop for Lancaster's new novel

May 17, 2017
Billings novelist Craig Lancaster is just out with his latest book, “Julep Street,” about Carson McCullough, a lifelong journalist whose world is shattered when the small daily newspaper he works for is suddenly and unceremoniously closed down.

Radius Gallery explores Aristotle's object, manner and means

May 16, 2017
The title of Radius Gallery's upcoming show comes from Aristotle’s writings about art; specifically, it takes up the uniquely human compulsion to create images representing real life.

New book corrals Waddell's art, and a time and place in Montana

May 10, 2017
A new book tells the life story of acclaimed Montana artist Theodore Waddell. It also presents beautiful examples of his paintings and sculptures while capturing the exciting, inspiring Montana art world he has been part of for more than 50 years.

'Toad to Nowhere': Missoula men's film explores side road to understanding

May 8, 2017
Marshall Granger was working at the Roxy Theater in Missoula when a friend and co-worker, Andrew Rizzo, asked an odd, simple question: “You wanna go shoot a documentary on a hallucinogenic toad down in Arizona and Mexico?”

Missoula Figure Skating Club to celebrate "20 Years of Magic"

May 5, 2017
More than 40 skaters will celebrate the Missoula Figuring Skating Club's 20th anniversary this Saturday, performing 25 different routines as part of the annual Showcase on Ice.

First Friday, May 5: Missoula students present night of song, dance, theater, storytelling

May 5, 2017
Missoula County Public Schools students will show off the talents they’ve honed this year as part of the Spark! Arts Ignite Learning program during an evening of programs at the Wilma on Friday, May 5.

Park the car and join the sustainable transportation party

May 1, 2017
The annual Commuter Challenge hosted by Missoula In Motion kicks off today, encouraging commuters to travel to work using a sustainable mode of transportation; that means walking, taking the bus, biking or carpooling.
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