The Creative and Cultural Economy

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Investing in the Creative Economy is a Boon to Artists and Communities

It all started with a pie chart.

Missoula based International Wildlife Film Festival will go digital for the first time ever the week April 18-25

You and your family can watch the films from home!

An Anthem for Our Time – Death Cab for Cutie’s Ben Gibbard Addresses COVID-19 on New Song ‘Life in Quarantine’

Singer-songwriter has been performing daily livestreams for his fans

Bigfork, Montana author Mae Schick releases ‘The Lookout Woman’

The U.S. Forest Service manual stated only two acceptable reasons to leave the mountain — a death or the need to see a dentist.

‘Leiser’s Footsteps’ – How Jewish immigrants helped build Montana

Did you know that Bob Marshall (Bob Marshall Wilderness) was a Jew?

Why Bozeman, Montana-based David Quammen Is Not Surprised – He wrote ‘Spillover: Animal Infections and the Next Human Pandemic’ in 2012

The 2012 book charts the ecology and spread of “zoonoses,” diseases transmitted between animals and humans, and sounds the alarm for serious political and public health actions to prepare for future pandemics.

Montana Career Opportunity – Book Illustrator – The Christmas Menorahs: How A Town Fought Hate

Artist sought to create new illustrations for re-printing of an award-winning children’s book about the true story of how Billings, Montana, fought anti-Semitism during the holiday season of 1993 (The Christmas Menorahs: How A Town…

Digging through time – Montana’s Dinosaur Riches

Museum of the Rockies’ paleontology legacy evolves with Triceratops expert John Scannella

Of Horse, Human and Nature – featuring Dr. Temple Grandin – 9/10-12 – Dillon, Montana

The first-ever conference merging traditional, natural horsemanship with 21st century new equine and horse-human research, education, and horse experiences.

Historical Society launches Historic Montana website

Historicmt.org is a collection of photographs, maps, and nearly 1,800 colorful essays introducing the buildings, neighborhoods and cultural sites listed in the National Register of Historic Places.