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Bold Women in Montana History by Missoula author Beth Judy

From the Blackfeet warrior Running Eagle to the stereotype-smashing librarian Alma Jacobs, the eleven women portrayed in this engaging book were indeed bold—breaking down barriers of sexism, racism, and political opposition to emerge as heroines of their time.


Montana artists honored for lifetime achievements at Governor’s Arts Awards

Author Rick Bass and artists Monte Dolack, Jackie Parsons, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith Annick Smith and Kevin Red Star also won the award.


Giving Tuesday – The Whitefish, Montana Alpine Theatre Project Video with John Lithgow

Give the gift of inspiration this #GivingTuesday! Join us on 11/27 at 4pm at the ATP Garage (6464 Hwy 93 S) to be a part of the live studio audience and cheer on our students as they perform live. Or watch the livestream at We hope you can help!


Conrad Anker: Climbing films highlight the best – 11/28 in Bozeman

Conrad Anker joins Chet to discuss the Reel Rock 13 Film Tour, set to show at the Emerson Center at 7:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 28.


‘Wildlife,’ a film set in 1960s Great Falls makes local debut Wednesday

Organizers said Ford, a Pulitzer Prize-winning author, twisted arms to see Great Falls included in the film’s statewide tour. Though set in Great Falls, "Wildfire" was filmed in Livingston and Enid, Okla.


Zootown Arts Community Center launches $4.25 million capital campaign

The nonprofit has raised almost $1.9 million of the $4.25 million goal that it hopes to reach by the end of the year as it proceeds with plans to move into its own building in downtown.


Once Upon a Time in Montana

A traveler returns to his old town, where he’s tasked with watching over a just-perished stranger.


Monte Dolack, Rick Bass, Annick Smith, more win state art awards

The honorees are picked by members of the public and then vetted by an arts award committee of the Montana Arts Council.


In first novel, Missoula local and YouTuber Hank Green tackles sci-fi — and destructive internet celebrity

His debut novel, "An Absolutely Remarkable Thing," melds sci-fi with a cautionary tale about online celebrity and the broken way our culture communicates on the internet in the breezy, brainy and whimsical voice that has earned him millions of followers online.


Missoula Art and Culture Calendar of Events for the Week of 10/15/18 – Arts Missoula

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