Missoula offers residents and visitors a plethora of options when it comes to activities and events. So we rounded up 6 great art and culture events this fall you do not want to miss.
1. “The Year without Summer” Show
Missoula artist, Courtney Blazon, shares her drawing-installation inspired by the 1815 eruption of Mount Tambura on the island of Sumbawa, “The Year without Summer”.
Missoula Art Museum
September 22nd – December 31st
2. A Sampling of Montana Art
Head over to the Radius Gallery for a peak at three unique Montana artists. Enjoy distinctive contemporary vessels created by artist Josh Deweese, stunning oil painted portraits by Megan Moore and exquisite wood engravings by James G. Todd Junior.
September 21st – October 26th
3. “Present Tense” Collection
Visit the MMAC for a look at this unique collection of contemporary prints that focus on the use of text and language from the collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer and his family foundation.
Montana Museum of Art and Culture
September 29th – January 14th
4. Catch a Musical
Experience the “nature versus nurture” classic, Disney’s Tarzan: The Stage Musical! performed by the cast at the Missoula Community Theater.
Missoula Community Theater
October 21st – 30th
5. Festival of the Dead
Keep an eye out for various events leading up to the parade on November 2nd the Festival of the Dead in Missoula, and don’t miss the annual FOTD Group Art Show at ZACC.
Zootown Arts Community Center
October 14th – 31st
6. “Autumn Glow” Fall Symphony
Take in the sounds of fall with the music of Missoula Symphony’s Autumn Glow featuring piano soloist, Lisa Smirnova.
Missoula Symphony Orchestra
October 29th – 30th