It’s unlikely that you’ve seen any ceramic sculptures like Albert Pfarr's before. He wouldn’t say they don’t exist anywhere else, but as for the way they were made, “it’s a completely new process,” he said.
Adam Sings in the Timber has dedicated his time and his camera lens to documenting Indigenous culture and ways of life.
By dismantling old beadwork, EJ Not Afraid taught himself how to bead. He unraveled and stitched back together beadwork on a pair of his great-grandmother’s leggings.
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The COVID relief bill passed by Congress in late December includes $15 billion that could aid eligible independent music venues and movie theaters in Montana that have been shuttered since March.
As more artists have gravitated to the area in recent years, the Flathead Valley has increasingly become an entertainment hub, with more artists realizing they can maintain their professional careers while calling Montana home base.
Precious McKenzie, who has a Ph.D. in English from the University of South Florida, specializes in 19th century British literature and loves "big, fat Victorian novels."
Sarah Aswell was recently named one of the Best Unknown Comedians in America by Thrillist, a compliment she describes as also an insult. The alum of HBO’s Women in Comedy Festival and the Big Sky Comedy Festival, Aswell's work has appeared in The New Yorker, McSweeney’s, Reductress, MAD Maga…
Spirit Women, a project aimed at helping families honor and grieve the death of a loved one, will put faces to the staggering statics of missing and murdered indigenous people in Montana.
The remodeled Alberta Bair Theater plans to re-open Saturday, Sept. 12, with a performance by Emmy and Tony Award winning actress and singer Kristin Chenoweth, known by many for originating the role of Glinda the Good Witch in Broadway’s “Wicked” in 2004.
Comedian Trevor Noah is the latest big act to announce a performance at the University of Montana, joining David Sedaris and Sturgill Simpson.
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