Directory of Arts


4 Ravens Gallery

248 N. Higgins – (406) 317-1543

Art Associates of Missoula

P.O. Box 1678, Missoula, MT 59806
(406) 549-0752

Art Attic Framing and Design

123 South Ave. W – (406) 728-5500
Open: M-F 9:30-5:30, SA 10-4.
Locally owned since 1968. Art Attic is a full service professional custom framing studio that specializes in quality workmanship and design. The Art Attic covers the full spectrum of framing: conservation, memory/shadow box framing, mirrors, fabric hand-wrapped mats and liners. Residential on-site picture hanging services as well as commercial framing and installation. Restoration of oil paintings etc. No job is too big or too small.

Art Hang Up

839 S. Higgins Ave. – (406) 327-8757
Open: T, W, TH, F 10-5:30, SA 11-3
The home of the Tree of Life mural on the “Hip of the Hip Strip.” The Art Hang Up captures the flavor of western Montana in photography, prints, and paintings of Missoula artists. Artists will be demonstrating their craft on many occasions. The gallery features silk paintings and scarves by Patty Corbett. All uniquely blended with experienced, quality artistic picture framing since 1985.

ARTS Missoula

327 E. Broadway – (406) 541- 0860

(P.O. Box 7662)

Open M-F 8-5

Arts Missoula connects art, culture, and community through education, advocacy and celebration. Arts Missoula coordinates Missoula’s sister city program, First Night Missoula, SPARK!-Arts Ignite Learning, the city of Missoula Public Art Committee, the Montana Book Festival, First Friday Gallery Night marketing, economic and cultural tourism initiatives, and produces weekly arts newsletter.

Ballet Arts Academy

1620 Rodgers St., Ste. 3 – (406) 549-3081

Barnes and Noble Booksellers

2640 N. Reserve St. – (406) 721-0009

Bathing Beauties Beads

501 S. Higgins Ave. – (406) 543-0018
In the Heart of the Mountains, on the Shores of the Great Bead Sea, it is here you will find over 7,500 different types of beads. From semi-precious pearls and Czech glass to sterling and gold-filled findings and chain…and always….advice. We encourage our customers to pick up a cup of coffee, tea, or sweet treat at one of the many fine Hip Strip establishments and then come on over to design! Come in a novice and leave with a one-of-a-kind piece of jewelry…made by YOU! The store is your pallet and the options are limitless….


Big Prints Plus

2825 Stockyard Rd. F5 – (406) 541-2499
Open: M-F 9-4
We specialize in large format printing, lamination, trade show displays and full graphic design services. We print on a variety of substrates from poster grade papers to fine art papers and canvas using a 12-color printer assuring you accurate color quality. Call us for more information on how we can help you print your next masterpiece.

Big Sky Mudflaps

408 Village Pl. – (406) 543-7966

Bird’s Nest Books

219 N. Higgins Ave. – (406) 721-1125

Bobbe Almer – Stark Mountain Studio

(406) 273-8370
Working from her studio overlooking the Nine Mile Valley, Bobbe Almer creates fine art depicting the landscapes, flora, and fauna of beautiful western Montana. Her works in watercolor, oil and pastel have been juried into numerous shows, won many awards, and grace the walls of collectors nationwide. Bobbe shares her talents through classes and workshops at several venues in Missoula. Stop by and say hello this summer at the E3 Gallery at 229 W. Main where they will host a series of open studio days and workshops with Bobbe. Visit for a complete schedule.

Book Exchange and Liquid Planet

2235 Brooks St. – (406) 728-6342
Open: M-SA 8-9, SU 9-5

Specializing in new & used bargain books, with an emphasis on Montana authors & subjects. Visit our Liquid Planet coffee shop.

Bookstore at The University of Montana

5 Campus Dr. – (406) 243-1234

Buttercup Market and Cafe

1221 Helen Ave. – (406) 541-1221

Butterfly Herbs

232 N. Higgins Ave. – (406) 728-8780
Open: M-F 7-7, SA & SU 9-5:30

Butterfly Herbs, Missoula’s 1st and favorite espresso bar has been a hub for local artists & writers for 44 years! The gallery in our coffee bar features monthly shows of diverse & eclectic works from local & regional artists. Experience “The Essence of Missoula” at Butterfly Herbs! Offering fresh coffees, teas (Evening in Missoula), bulk spices & botanicals, fine toiletries & gifts. Our café features salads, and coffee ice cream specialties. Located in the heart of historic downtown.


111 N. Higgins Ave. – (406) 542-1337

Children’s Museum Missoula

225 W. Front St. – (406) 541-7529 (PLAY)

China Woods Furniture and Gallery

716 N. Dickens (Toole Avenue at the Tracks)
(406) 550-2511
Open: TH-SU 11-5 or by appt.; closed January

Providing fine furniture, art and home accessories to discerning clients since 2002. Our 7000 square foot warehouse is filled with world treasures, all hand-selected in Asia. We have antique furniture, ceramics, jewelry, and architectural ornamentation from China. We also carry religious shrines and temple gods,
Indonesian house parts, Tibetan doors and furniture, wrought iron, textiles, and stone Buddhas.

Chris Frandsen

420 E. Beckwith Ave. – (406) 728-0918
Open: by appt

Chris Frandsen creates “en plein air” and studio paintings in watercolor and oil of landscapes, people, still-life and wildlife from Montana and other special places around the world.

Clark Fork Crossing

100 Madison St. – (406) 543-3647

Classic Gifts and Espresso

200 S. Pattee St. – (406) 532-2055 

Confident Stitch

139 W. Front St. – (406) 540-4068
Fine fabrics and modern quilting cottons. Feel empowered expressing yourself through fabric.

Copperopolis of Missoula

132 N. Higgins – (406) 926-3188

Crystal Limit

1920 Brooks St. – (406) 549-1729

Dana Boussard

24425 Doney Ave., Arlee, MT 59821
(406) 726-3357

Nationally known artist Dana Boussard has fiber and glass installations in the collection of numerous private, corporate and public buildings throughout the country. Her private studio pieces, including fiber works, paintings and drawings, have been hung in numerous museums and gallery exhibitions. Boussard is available for commissions. Contact the artist for a studio appointment.

Dana Gallery

246 N. Higgins Ave. – (406) 721-3154

Darkroom of Montana

109 W Main St. – (406) 549-1070

Destination Missoula

101 E. Main St. – (406) 532-3250

Dirk E. Lee Art

P.O. Box 7661, Missoula, MT 59807
(406) 546-9301

Dolce Canto

91 Campus Dr., PMB 2711 – (406) 544-4923

Downtown Dance Collective

121 W. Main St. – (406) 541-7240

The DDC is a place for Every Body, Every Ability to enjoy the visual and performing arts, specializing in dance in all forms for adults and children. A place for instruction, performances, workshops, art exhibitions, and to attend events such as weddings, meetings, fundraisers and other various celebrations.  A warm and welcoming atmosphere for the arts in the heART of Downtown Missoula.

e3 Convergence Gallery

229 W. Main St. – (406) 830-3168
Open: W-F 5-8, SA 12-6

A non-profit art gallery designed to support Montana charities as well as broadcast the work of emerging regional artists.  The gallery strives to present dynamic monthly exhibits and concerts which everyone can enjoy with an eclectic assortment of art.  Also featuring art workshops by Bobbe Almer, more information at

Ed Norton Big Band

408 Village Pl. – (406) 543-7966

Eye of the Beholder

2720 Palmer St., across from the Palmer Office Complex
(406) 543-2787
Open: TU-F 10-6, SA & M by appt.

Celebrating 21 years in the custom art framing industry. Visit Eye of the Beholder for your own specialized custom frame design. The gallery features art by local & national artists as well as unique gift items.

Fact and Fiction

220 N. Higgins Ave. – (406) 721-2881/800-769-7323

First Friday Gallery Night/Missoula Cultural Council

327 E. Broadway – (406) 541-0860

Visit Missoula’s museums and galleries for new and vintage artwork. Most Missoula galleries celebrate new exhibits on the first Friday of the month from 5-8 pm. Meet artists from throughout the region and enjoy refreshments and appetizers.

Frame of Mind Custom Framing and Art Gallery

1706 Brooks – (406) 549-8589

Open: T-F 10-6, SA 10-2
Missoula’s newest gallery and framing studio is the new home for Monte Dolack and Mary Beth Percival’s art work, where the full collection of their posters, fine art prints, notecards, postcards, and lithographs are on display and available in stock at our location. In addition to high quality custom framing, our do-it-yourself workshop provides quality framing for any budget. Bring the whole family and let your children explore our Kids Corner!

Fresh Works Studio

202 Takima – (406) 721-3884

Freshwater Studio LLC and Gallery

101 E. Broadway, Ste. A – (406) 926-3400
Open: T-SA 11-6
Located in historic downtown Missoula (see our website for current address) Freshwater Studio & Gallery features the works of Montana Photographers Marcel Huijser and Pat Clayton and also represents a number of other artists & photographers specializing in outdoor, wildlife, & Montana art. We provide Fine Art Giclée printing services to artists and photographers. And we offer archival grade, custom framing and specialty printing to both artists and the general public.

Gallery 709 inside Montana Art and Framing

709 Ronan St. – (406) 541-7100
Open: M-F 9-5, SA 10-3

Located in the center of Missoula, the gallery mounts monthly exhibitions on First Fridays featuring some of the best Missoula artists: Walter Hook paintings & prints, George Gogas prints, Nancy Erickson mixed media paintings, Christofer Autio photographs, Patricia Forsberg paintings, Marion Lavery acrylics, Barbara Morrison paintings & mixed media, Elloie Jeter pastels, Marvie Redmond oils, Teresa Garland Warner oils, Elene Weege oils & pastels, Alan Wikoff acrylics, Bob Hawkins photographs,  John Salisbury photographs, Peter Keefer digital art, and Paul Cebulla, watercolors and acrylics by Don H. Mundt. Quality custom picture framing is available with archival materials, competitive prices and artist discounts.

Garden of Beadin’

3914 Brooks St. – (406) 251-0055
Open: M-SA 10-6

Montana’s premier full service bead store.

Green Light Apparel and Home

301 N. Higgins – (406) 541-0080
Open: M-SA 10-6, SU 12-4
The Green Light, Missoula’s premiere eco-boutique and healthy living department store is also your source for local products! At this fun and unique store, you will find nearly 40 local artists, designers and craftspeople proudly represented via jewelry, clothing, accessories, skin and body care, gifts, and candles! The Green Light, on the corner of Broadway and Higgins in the heart of downtown Missoula.

Green Ribbon Books

829 S. Higgins, on the Hip Strip – (406) 493-0475
Open: M-SA 10-6
At Green Ribbon Books, our eclectic collection of used books reflects the character of Missoula because all of our books are donated by local readers. You never know what you’ll find on our shelves. The search is the adventure. We keep our prices low and partner with local nonprofits to benefit the community. Come enjoy our cozy atmosphere and find serendipity.

Hearts Afire Pottery & Art Studio

2426 W. Central Ave – (406) 926-3435

Historical Museum at Fort Missoula

3400 Captain Rawn Way – (406) 728-3476
Open: Mem-Labor Day M-SA 10-5, SU 12-5; Labor-Mem Day T-SU 12-5

At the heart of Fort Missoula, over 15 historic buildings & exhibits, railroad, sawmill, 35,000 artifacts & 3 galleries interpreting the history of western Montana. Accredited by the American Alliance of Museums.

Humanities Montana

311 Brantly, UM – (406) 243-6022

Impressions – Marion Lavery

5545 Skyway Dr. – (406) 251-5672

International Choral Festival of Missoula

312 E. Pine St. – (406) 721-7985
(P.O. Box 8203)
This much-loved Missoula event brings outstanding choral musicians from across the globe together to share their music and diverse cultural traditions with our community, and with each other. The first of its kind in the United States, this non-competitive Festival brings 6,300 choir members representing 45 countries. Mark your calendars for the tenth Festival scheduled for July 13-16, 2016.

Jeannette Rankin Peace Center

519 S. Higgins Ave. – (406) 543-3955

Jilayne Dunn, Figure Skating Instructor

(406) 370-0372

Justin Lee, Songwriter/Musician

(406) 531-1577

K. Ross Toole Archives and Special Collections, Mansfield Library

University of Montana
(406) 243-2053

L.A. Design

337 E. Broadway – (406) 543-5077

Lake Missoula Tea

136 E. Broadway – (406) 529-9477
Have a new experience with tea! Try a cup from our extensive list of premium teas. Offering loose leaf teas from around the world and bold herbal blends. Tea ware and other accessories also available.

Living Art of Montana

725 W. Alder St., Ste. 17 – (406) 549-5329

Mariposa Studio

438 E. Broadway – (406) 728-3903
(P.O. Box 1856)

MCT Center for the Performing Arts

200 N. Adams St. – (406) 728-7529

Meadowsweet Herbs

180 S. Third St. W – (406) 728-0543
Open: M- F 10-6, SA 11-5
Where Mother Nature comes to shop. Home to 100s of organic herbs, spices, herbal teas, salts, herbal tinctures, encapsulated vitamins & minerals. Amazing selection of bulk body care, MT Made products, aromatherapy, flower essences, and our own Meadowsweet-made label of salves and healing body care. Our Healing Room is open for herbal consultations, dietary support, homeopathy, AromaTouch, Reiki, & flower essence Therapy. Our expert staff can help you select the products and services that will help you reach your healthy goals.

Memory Lane

700 S.W. Higgins Ave. – (406) 523-3957

Missoula Art Museum

335 N. Pattee St.
(406) 728-0447
Open: TU-SA 10-5
Founded in 1975 and accredited by the American Association of Museums since 1987, MAM has always been the flagship institution in culturally savvy Missoula. Each year, over 25 exhibitions rotate through 8 state-of-the-art galleries and showcase diverse and thought-provoking contemporary work from local and international artists. MAM manages over 1,600 works in its permanent collection which is distinguished by the Contemporary American Indian Art Collection. The Museum offers a variety of engaging classes, programs, tours, teen workshops, and events that feature artists, curators, writers, performers and scholars. MAM regularly hosts art classes, music, film screenings, literary readings, theatre, dance, and First Fridays. Browse through the museum bookstore for gifts. Admission is always free.

Missoula Children’s Theatre

200 N. Adams St. – (406) 728-7529

Missoula Community Media Resource

500 N. Higgins – (406) 542-6228

June 20-24: Wildlife Filmmaking- Explore filmmaking and learn about wildlife in this birdy camp week. July 11-15: Animation Camp- Learn how to animate with Play-Doh, Legos and various other materials. July 25-29: Movie Making Camp – Create one epic short film working together in this team building camp. All camps are M-F, 1-5pm.

Missoula Community Theatre

200 N. Adams St. – (406) 728-7529

Missoula Copy Center

2304 McDonald – (406) 549-COPY (2679)
Open: M-F 8-6

Color copies, high speed b/w copies, b/w laser copies, large format copies, banners, magnetic signs, street signs, aluminum signs, drafting tools, safety equipment, surveying equipment.

Missoula Cultural Council

327 E. Broadway – (406) 541-0860
(P.O. Box 7662)
Open: M-F 9-5
The Missoula Cultural Council connects art, culture and community through education, advocacy and celebration.  MCC coordinates Missoula’s sister city program, First Night Missoula, SPARK!-Arts Ignite Learning, the city of Missoula Public Art Committee, the Montana Book Festival, First Friday Gallery Night marketing, economic and cultural tourism initiatives, and produces a weekly arts newsletter.

Missoula Figure Skating Club

Glacier Ice Rink – (406) 543-LUTZ (5889)
(P.O. Box 9195, Missoula, MT 59807)

Missoula People’s Market

Corner of Higgins & Pine St., Downtown Missoula
(P.O. Box 696, 59806) – (406) 830-3216
Open: SA 9-1, May-Sept
The Market showcases over 80 local artisans, featuring unique Montana art & craft. Come check out our pottery, metal works, fine woodworking, photography, leatherwork, clothing, jewelry, and functional and whimsical art and meet the artists who created it! Breakfast, lunch, sweet treats, coffee, and cold drinks are also available while you shop in the festive market atmosphere of Downtown Missoula.

Missoula Public Library

301 E. Main St. – (406) 721-2665
Open: M-W 10-9, TH-SA 10-6, SU 1-5

Branches: Downtown Missoula, Big Sky HS, Condon, Frenchtown, Lolo, Potomac, Seeley Lake, and a computer-mobile. Check out books, music, maps, films, kits, laptops (in house), and more! Access public internet, online tutorials, databases; download e-books, audiobooks. For kids: storytimes, MakerSpace, and clubs. For adults: film series, book clubs, computer classes, literary events. Special services: bike repair station, Passport Acceptance Facility, seed library.

Montana Museum of Art and Culture

Meloy & Paxson Galleries
PARTV Center, The University of Montana Campus
(406) 243-2019
Offices (Main Hall 006, UM, 59812)
Open: Please visit our website for gallery hours and to see our rotating exhibition schedule. Closed federal holidays.
The Montana Museum of Art & Culture (MMAC) reflects stories of the Rocky Mountain West and its place in the world through exhibitions and programs that illuminate and enlighten. Our unique visual library, the Permanent Collection of nearly 11,000 artworks, and visiting exhibitions enlighten students, faculty and visitors through the magic of art. As a university and state museum, MMAC programs explore local, regional and global themes. The museum also manages the outdoor public art on the UM campus, which is available for viewing any time of the day, year round. A public art map is available on our website. 2016-2017 exhibitions include: First Folio! The Book That Gave Us Shakespeare, on tour from the Folger Shakespeare Library; Capturing Moments, Living Life with Parkinson’s; Dramatic Moments: Frederic Remington’s Early Engravings, 1882-1895; The Wood Engraver’s Network Triennial Exhibition; and many more, visit our website for more details.

Montana Repertory Theatre

The University of Montana – (406) 243-5288
Established as a touring company based at The University of Montana in 1967, The Montana Repertory Theatre will be celebrating its 50th anniversary with a national tour of the Neil Simon hit BAREFOOT IN THE PARK. The Montana Rep is now one of the preeminent national touring companies in the country. In addition, we will be touring the state with an educational outreach play entitled BRONTE TO THE FUTURE written by Laramie Dean. The Rep also maintains a downtown presence with its “Visions and Voices” project and in the summer with The Missoula COLONY, a gathering of artists in support of the writers’ craft.

Monte Dolack Fine Art

139 W. Front St. – (406) 549-3248/800-825-7613
Open: T-SA 11-4

Experience a unique vision of Montana’s wild places & creatures in the award-winning original paintings, prints and posters by Monte Dolack and Mary Beth Percival.

Morgenroth Music

1105 Sussex St. – (406) 549-0013
Morgenroth Music has been serving Missoula and western Montana for 30 years. Missoula’s only full line music store, Morgenroth Music offers an array of musical instruments from pianos to trumpets, sound systems to printed music, lessons to band instrument repair. We are connected to the major music publishing houses and are able to print on demand over 10,000 sheet music titles in the key you want. Rentals of band and orchestra instruments along with sound systems is one of our many specialties. Check us out and remember, Life is short…don’t forget to play! Voted #1 by Missoula Independent readers for 12 years in a row.


Mountain Press Publishing Company

1301 S. 3rd St. W. – (406) 728-1900/(800) 234-5308

Museum of Mountain Flying

East end of Missoula International Airport – (406) 721-3644

Noteworthy Paper and Press

101 Higgins Ave. (next to the Wilma)
(406) 541-6683
M-SA 10-7, Sun 12-4

Noteworthy Paper & Press is a stationery boutique and letterpress printing studio. We specialize in all things stationery, from photo cards, to baby announcements, to one of a kind custom wedding invitations. Our retail offerings include unique seasonal gifts, greeting cards, boxed stationery, gift wrapping, children’s games and personalized gifts.

Painting with a Twist

2100 Stephens Ave. #108 – (406) 540-4105
Looking for a fun night out with family and friends? Unleash your creative side with Painting with a Twist! Our talented team of local artists will guide you step by step through the session’s featured painting. We provide all painting supplies. No art experience is needed. Kids, family and adult classes. All adult classes after 5:30 pm are for ages 18 and older only (no exceptions, ID required) BYOB option.

Pirnie Art Showroom

337 E. Broadway – (406) 543-5077

Recording Center

118 W. Pine St. – (406) 721-4172

River City Roots Festival

Missoula Downtown Association – (406) 543-4238
The 12th annual River City Roots Festival will take place in Downtown Missoula Friday and Saturday August 25-26, 2017.  Missoula’s signature celebration, the River City Roots Fest attracts more than 10,000 individuals into the heart of the community. This “must-attend” event features quality live performances of Americana music on West Main Street, an art show, food and beverage court, entertainment for children and families at the Family Fun Festival in Caras Park, as well as a 4-mile run.

Rocky Mountain Ballet Theatre

2704 Brooks, Ste. 2 – (406) 549-5155

Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation Elk Country Visitor Center

5705 Grant Creek Rd. – (406) 523-4545 / (866) 266-7750

Rocky Mountain Museum of Military History

Bldg. T-136, Fort Missoula Rd. – (406) 549-5346

Rocky Mountain School of Photography

216 N. Higgins Ave. – (406) 543-0171/(800) 394-7677
Open: M-F 9-5
Rocky Mountain School of Photography (RMSP) is a family-owned school of photography based in Missoula, Montana. The school opened its doors in 1989 and has, since the beginning, taken a people-first approach to education. RMSP runs several photography programs in Missoula and around the country throughout the year. These include Adult Education, Weekend Intensives, Workshops and a Career Training program. Photographers from every corner of the globe and every walk of life have trained with us. Check us out when you are in Missoula.


Roxy Theatre and International Wildlife Film Festival

718 S. Higgins Ave. – (406) 728-9380

Salsa Loca

408 Village Pl. – (406) 543-7966

Shadow Mountain Art Studio

2825 Stockyard Rd., A-10 – (406) 239-4460

Shakespeare and Co.

103 S. 3rd St. W – (406) 549-9010

Recently expanded to twice its former size and intensively stocked with new books you won’t find everywhere else, this landmark Hip Strip independent bookstore also offers postcards, greeting cards, blank journals, planners, magazines and more.

Shirt Shop

740 River St. – (406) 728-5671
Open: M-F 8-5

Montana’s premiere silkscreen and embroidery shop. We’ve been doing custom screen printing for more than 40 years. And, not just for T-shirts. We also decorate hats, jackets, bags, hooded sweatshirts, vests, promotion products, glass ware, golf balls, pens and just about any apparel or material you can find. Have our art team create custom graphics or bring your own. When it comes to screen printing and embroidery – We are the best in Montana.

Southgate Mall – Hallways to History

2901 Brooks St. – (406) 721-5140
Open: M-SA 10-9, SU 11-6
Featuring a collection of historic framed photographs that chronicle 100 years of Missoula history.

Starving Artist Cafe And Art Gallery

3020 S. Reserve St., Ste A – (406) 541-7472

String Orchestra of the Rockies

(P.O. Box 8265, Missoula, MT 59807)
(406) 493-2990
2016/17 SOR Concert Series: 9/18/16, 11/20/16, 2/26/17, 4/9/17
The String Orchestra of the Rockies is raising the curtain on its 32nd season! The SOR is the only professional ensemble of its kind in Montana and draws upon the talents of the finest string players in Big Sky Country. This unique, conductor-less, 15-member orchestra invites audiences to connect emotionally with them as they treat listeners to music as varied as Montana itself. Members rehearse in a collaborative effort that enables each player to have an impact on the artistic process. In addition to exceptional performances, the SOR continues its commitment of “giving back” to our community by offering free master classes and workshops taught by guest artists throughout the season, as well as funding an annual scholarship at the UM School of Music. All concerts are held in the UM Music Recital Hall. Tickets are available through or by calling 888-MONTANA.

Studio Pandora Custom Jewelry Design

211 N. Higgins Ave. – (406) 549-5100

Teresa Garland Warner, Fine Artist

(406) 251-4243

The Vespiary Book Restoration and Bindery

1221 Helen Ave. – (406) 396-1911

University Center Gallery

The University of Montana
32 Campus Dr., UC 227
(406) 243-5564
Open: Sept-May, M-F 10-4
The UC Gallery bridges the gap between Montana and the international contemporary art scene, exhibiting local and nationally known artists. New exhibits monthly.

University of Montana School of Music

UM Music Bldg., 101 – (406) 721-6880


517 S. Higgins – (406) 240-4731

Von Common Art Studios

100 N Johnson, #7 – (406) 360-7452

Open: by appt.

Von Common was established in 2010 with a mission of providing artists with affordable studio space, opportunity to strengthen friendships, and benefit from the communal nature of a group arrangement. Von Common hosts two events annually at the studio space and resident artists exhibit throughout the year in Missoula and surrounding area.

Western Union Band

408 Village Pl. – (406) 543-7966

William Munoz Photography

(406) 381 – 0691

William, as a 40 year professional photographer, is the photo-illustrator of over 100 children’s books. He shows his fine art photography at top art fairs across the country. Everything is in motion, even if we don’t immediately sense motion, it is there. William’s passion is sensing and photographing motion, whether trees or dance. His work can be seen at the 4 Ravens Gallery in downtown Missoula, where he is partner.

Zootown Arts Community Center (ZACC)

235 N. 1st St. W. – (406) 549-7555

The Zootown Arts Community Center (ZACC) is a non-profit arts community center located on Missoula’s Northside. We have a walk-in paint your own pottery studio, a public printshop, a small artist shop, and a contemporary art gallery. Our gallery specializes in dynamic group shows and emerging artists, and hosts a free art opening on the second Friday of each month. We also host many art classes for all ages, and a variety of musical and theater events.