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Montana Arts Council Announces $20,000 In Funding for Public Art at MSU-Billings’ Life Sciences Building

The Montana Arts Council’s Percent for Art program has announced an opportunity for artists to contribute work to a new public space on the MSU-Billings campus, with $20,000 in total funds to be paid to successful applicants who apply by the July 15 deadline.

Artists are encouraged to submit proposals for work to be included in Butte’s Southwest Montana Veterans’ Home(SWMVH). The SWMVH is a skilled nursing facility laid out in a cottage format with a community center, and Montana’s Percent for Art program has allocated funding for...
Call for Art For MSU-Bozeman Historic Romney Hall Renovation
MSU-Bozeman’s Romney Hall is undergoing renovations so that it can serve the campus for many years to come. The renovations include provisions for new artwork for the building. Established in 1983, Montana’s Percent for Art legislation provides that a portion of funds for new or...
Governor’s Arts Award Winners Announced
The 2020 Governor's Arts Awards have been announced. Governor Steve Bullock is honored to bestow the awards each year for those working in creative fields who demonstrate artistic excellence, dedication to Montana and ongoing contributions to its cultural community. This year's...
Helena, Mont., December 9, 2020. For many musicians, writers, performing and visual artists, lost income has become a fact of life during the coronavirus pandemic. But some good news has arrived, in the form of CARES funding to support creative professionals. The Montana Arts Council (MAC) has...
Tuesday, December 15, 2020/Categories: Montana Arts Council/Tags: Arts, Art, montana arts council, award, CARES Act, Funding
Friday, February 3, 2017/Categories: Montana Arts Council/Tags: Arts, montana arts council, executive director, job, position
Monica Grable hired to become Montana Arts Council’s Arts Education Director

Montana – The Montana Arts Council welcomes Monica Grable to its staff to become the agency’s Arts Education director. Grable begins her duties today and replaces outgoing Arts Education director Emily Kohring who has moved with her family to St. Louis, Missouri.

Wednesday, February 1, 2017/Categories: Montana Arts Council/Tags: Arts, arts education, montana arts council