Campers show off their wearable art during the Cardboard Creations summer camp, 2018.

Classes And Workshops

All year long, MAM connects adults, teens, and children of all ages to contemporary art and artists to provide unique and engaging hands-on art experiences. Please register early (if recommended/required) to ensure your space. Registration fee (minus $20) is refundable only if cancellation is made seven days prior to the first class meeting. If you have trouble registering online, please call 406.728.0447 or email info@missoulaartmuseum.org.

Sibling discount: Take 20% off when registering two or more children for the same class/camp!

MAM believes that art should be accessible to everyone! Most of our educational programs are free and scholarships are available when programs require a fee. Please download the scholarship form and email us for more information.

Adult Workshops

Upcoming Saturday workshops for adults:

Register in advance. $50 for members/$60 for nonmembers per session.

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Saturday Free All-Ages Workshop

Critical Eye: Selections From the Kim and Ruth Reineking Collection

May 11, 11 AM to 12:30 PM

Join professional artist Bev Beck Glueckert in a workshop focused on the exhibition Critical Eye: Selections From the Kim and Ruth Reineking Collection. Tour the exhibition, then make art.

Please arrive a few minutes early to ensure a spot. Children under age 7 should be accompanied by an adult. All materials are provided—just bring an open mind.

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Art in the Moment

Critical Eye: Selections From the Kim and Ruth Reineking Collection

Monday, May 6, 1:30 to 3:30 PM

Art in the Moment is a monthly program to promote connection and companionship for individuals living with early-stage memory loss and their care partners through art. Entering its seventh year, the Missoula Art Museum is partnering with the Alzheimer’s Association to provide the program in person. This interactive art program allows participants to engage with others while viewing and creating original works of art with MAM Curator of Education, Kay Grissom-Kiely, and professional teaching artist, Bev Beck Glueckert.

No cost to participate. Please register in advance. Call 406.318.8242 or email montana@alz.org to register.

This month's program focuses on the exhibition Critical Eye: Selections From the Kim and Ruth Reineking Collection.

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Teen Art Project (TAP)

Spring TAP

Process and Imagination with Professional Artist Patricia Garcia

Apr. 18 through Jun. 6, Thursdays, 3:30 to 6 PM

FREE Art Program, Materials, and Pizza! Art becomes a vehicle to connect, communicate, and manifest ideas. If you are between the ages of 13 and 17, enjoy making art, and are a creative thinker, this program is for you.

UP NEXT: Summer TAP: Arts & Leadership: Public Art, Poetry, and Visual Design

Jun. 11 to Aug. 8, Tuesdays and Thursdays, 1:30 to 5 PM

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Teen Open Studio (TOS)

Saturdays

12:30 to 3 PM

Spring Session: Apr. 20 through Jun. 8

FREE. On Saturday afternoons middle and high school students gather to make art in MAM’s classroom with unlimited art supplies. World-class contemporary art in the galleries at MAM can inspire new ideas and new ways to create. Overseen by museum education staff and interns. Drop-ins welcome!

Image: Marwin Begaye, MAM Collection, gift of MATRIX Press.

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