Founded in 1975 and accredited by the American Association of Museums in 1987, MAM is a nonprofit museum that serves the public by striving to engage artists and audience in the creative exploration of contemporary art relevant to our community, state and region. MAMs exhibitions showcase diverse and thought-provoking work from local and international artists. MAM manages over 1,300 works in its permanent collection which is distinguished by the Contemporary American Indian Art Collection.
In addition to developing and hosting over two dozen exhibitions annually, MAM is home to quality educational programming including a diverse array of art classes, film screenings, literary readings, musical events, performances, and artist lectures.
Stroll through MAM during these unforgettable exhibitions! Admission is Free: Edgar Paxson, Bill Ohrmann, Melanie Yazzie, Chris Autio, Hmong Textiles, Pam Caughey, Kate Hunt, Crow Shadow, MAM Collections, and more.
Every Month at MAM: First Friday Art Walk, Gallery Talks, Open Figure Drawing, Saturday Family Art Workshops, and Teen Artist Studios.
Spring and Summer Fun at MAM: After School Art Adventures, Saturday Family Art Workshops, Fifth Grade Art Adventure, Saturday Drawing Club, Summer Art Camps and more.
Call 406.728.0447 or log on to www.missoulaartmuseum.org to receive detailed information for art classes, exhibitions, and events. Admission is always FREE!