Suzanne Crockert

Couple's Estate Gift to Elevate Montana Museum of Art & Culture

A California couple with a love for Montana and art has committed a significant portion of their estate to the Montana Museum of Art & Culture at UM. The gift will come from alumna Suzanne Moore...

Paul McCartney Out There Tour

Paul McCartney to Play Washington-Grizzly Stadium Aug. 5

Rock icon Paul McCartney will perform Tuesday, Aug. 5, at UM’s Washington-Grizzly Stadium. Tickets go on sale at 10 a.m. Friday, May 9 online and at all GrizTix locations. The concert is a...

Stephen Kalm performs in Zankel Hall

NYT Times Review: Telling Stories, From ‘Beowulf’ to the Hobo Life

Stephen Kalm, dean of UM’s College of Visual and Performing Arts, took to the stage on April 22 in New York City’s Carnegie Hall, where he performed in the Harry Partch opera “The Wayward” as part...

Cast of The Wayward

College of Visual and Performing Arts Dean Preps for Carnegie Performance

Stephen Kalm, dean of UM’s College of Visual and Performing Arts, was in New York City last week preparing for an April 22 performance at Carnegie Hall. Kalm will perform in the Harry Partch opera...

UM media arts student works with professor

UM Now Offering Online Bachelor’s Degree in Media Arts

Students in Missoula and afar now can take advantage of UM’s first Bachelor of Arts degree that can be earned fully online. Beginning autumn semester 2014, the UM School of Media Arts will launch...

UM Carilloneur Barbara Ballas

Carilloneur Makes Music From High Inside UM's Main Hall

Spring came warmly to the UM campus Tuesday when Barbara Ballas made her way into the belfry rising over Main Hall. Ballas is the latest musician serving as carilloneur – roughly translated as...

UM grad Maggie Carey

Funny Girl: Career in Comedy Comes Full-Circle for UM Grad Maggie Carey

UM alumna Maggie Carey writes and directs comedies, and her work has shown on movie screens around the world. Her work features some of the world’s best young comedians giving their twisted takes...

UM campus

Sports Advisers Depart for China on U.S. Department of State Exchange

Six Montana sports professionals departed for China March 30 for a three-week sports diplomacy exchange. The trip is part of a grant to UM’s Maureen and Mike Mansfield Center through the...

UM student Mara Menahan

UM Student Mara Menahan Named Newman Civic Fellow

Campus Compact recently honored UM student Mara Menahan as a Newman Civic Fellow. Menahan, a senior from Helena, is one of eight Montana students recognized this year. The recognition honors...

art by Professor Beth Lo

Professor Beth Lo Honored by Missoula Cultural Council

Beth Lo came to Montana for adventure, and set about establishing a prolific career. She’s a ceramic artist who’s won praise around the globe. She’s a UM professor, heading a department once led...

UM student Umut Arslan receives award from President Engstrom

Making a Difference: UM Doles Out Awards for Promoting Campus Diversity

UM’s Diversity Advisory Council recently presented 23 students with this year’s DAC Student Achievement Awards, which honor student leadership in promoting campus diversity. The keynote speaker at...

Flathead Lake

Flathead Lake Biological Station Halfway to Meeting $1 Million Challenge

Hundreds of families, foundations and businesses have stepped up to the plate to help the Flathead Lake Biological Station meet a $1 million fundraising challenge. With more than $560,000 in...

UM Assistant Professor Bernadette Sweeney

Drama Students Collaborate on Oral History Project to Create Documentary Play

Before you can tell someone’s story, you have to listen. This seemingly simple act is the basis of a recently published play researched, devised and performed by UM drama students. The play,...

UM student Erica Langston reads

Wild Mercy Readings Ignite Environmental Discussion

Janisse Ray, Kittredge Visiting Writer in Environmental Studies, glances around the room, takes a breath and begins. She talks with a slight southern drawl, her Georgia roots apparent with each...

Pat and Don Simmons

End of an Era: Pat and Don Simmons Leave a Legacy of Service

Back in 2002, in an attempt to build a bridge between UM students and neighboring homeowners, a small group of locals pulled together an informal ice cream social. The gathering proved effective,...

large gathering of women

Women in Montana Politics Exhibit Celebrates 100 Years of Progress

On Nov. 3, 1914, women won the right to vote in Montana. Over the past 100 years women in Montana have continued to fight for reform and equality. A new online exhibit hosted by UM’s Mansfield...

Comedian Chris Fairbanks

Good Humor: Alum Chris Fairbanks Returns to Perform at Film Festival

He’s been on Conan. He’s opened for Daniel Tosh. On Wednesday night, he’ll perform in front of a hometown crowd at the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival at Missoula’s historic Wilma Theatre. He’s...

Snow at Miyajima by Koitsu Tsuchiya

New Exhibition at MMAC Celebrates Japanese Art and Culture

Committed to offering the highest-quality art, the Montana Museum of Art & Culture at UM will host a traveling exhibition titled “The Japanese Woodblock Print: An Extension of the Impermanent.”...

UM senior Arielle Nachtigal

‘The Nightingale’ Soars During Her Final Year in School of Music

UM student Arielle Nachtigal is having an extraordinary school year. As a senior in vocal performance at the UM School of Music, she recently advanced to the National Finals of the Music Teachers...

25th Infantry Bicycle Corps of 1897

Mansfield Library Exhibit Celebrates African-American History Month

During February, the Mansfield Library at UM will feature an exhibit celebrating African-American History Month, which focuses on the achievements of African-Americans and the integral role they...

Artist's Innovation Award logo

UM Educators, Alumni Among Winners of the Artist’s Innovation Award

The Montana Arts Council recently announced 10 Montana artists as winners of the 2013 Artist's Innovation Award, including six individuals who teach at UM or earned degrees here . Five visual...

MMAC, UM featured on A&E’s ‘Shipping Wars’

MMAC, UM featured on A&E’s ‘Shipping Wars’

The Montana Museum of Art & Culture and the University of Montana are prominently featured on this week’s A&E Television Network’s episode of “Shipping Wars.” The show premiered on Christmas Eve...

Students Produce 2014 Issue of Montana Journalism Review

Students Produce 2014 Issue of Montana Journalism Review

The 2014 issue of the Montana Journalism Review arrived hot off the presses in mid-December. The student-produced magazine covers media-related topics and features works of journalism from around...

Brave Souls Take Chilly Plunge to Raise Funds for Kyi-Yo Pow Wow

Brave Souls Take Chilly Plunge to Raise Funds for Kyi-Yo Pow Wow

Shortly after the chimes struck noon Tuesday at Main Hall, a group of brave fundraisers stripped out of their winter wear, faced a crowd clad in parkas and gloves, and took a deep breath. Below...

'Angels in America' a Daunting but Rewarding Production

'Angels in America' a Daunting but Rewarding Production

Staging a Pulitzer Prize-winning play that’s never been performed in Montana before was a gambit in more ways than one for UM’s School of Theatre and Dance. Tony Kushner’s “Angels in America Part...

New Art Resource Center Adds to Gilbert Millikan's Legacy

New Art Resource Center Adds to Gilbert Millikan's Legacy

The School of Art recently recognized UM alumnus and generous supporter Gilbert Millikan during the dedication ceremony for the new Gilbert Millikan Art Resource Center. The center provides...

Islanders Steel Band Infuses ‘Island Flavor’ into Holiday Classics

Islanders Steel Band Infuses ‘Island Flavor’ into Holiday Classics

The Islanders Steel Band is bringing some “island flavor” to Christmas classics on Monday, in concert and on a new album. At the beginning of the semester, UM music Professor Robert Ledbetter and...

Homeschool Students Bring the Spore Project to UM with Installation Art

Homeschool Students Bring the Spore Project to UM with Installation Art

One Thursday afternoon in November, five homeschooled boys marched through the University Center, carrying boxes of paper bag mushrooms. They began working as individuals, excitedly planting...

Growing Study Abroad Programs Benefit Students, University

Growing Study Abroad Programs Benefit Students, University

More UM students are studying abroad than ever before. Just over 300 students studied in other countries last year. University President Royce Engstrom set a goal to raise that number to 550...

Essay by Creative Writing Student Shared on Montana Public Radio

Essay by Creative Writing Student Shared on Montana Public Radio

I met Bill Allard in a bar. He wore a tan vest, a beige cowboy hat, and a point-and-shoot camera that hung from his neck, resting on his chest. I shook his hand, and he smiled at me like a friend...

Talented High School Musicians Visit for All-Star Weekend, Auditions

Talented High School Musicians Visit for All-Star Weekend, Auditions

More than 150 high school musicians from 54 regional schools will descend on Missoula this weekend to take part in the All-Star Wind Ensemble at UM. They will perform with the UM Marching Band...

Montana Public Radio Re-creates Orson Welles Radio Drama

Montana Public Radio Re-creates Orson Welles Radio Drama

On Oct. 30 Montana Public Radio marked the 75th anniversary of the Orson Welles radio drama "War of the Worlds" by re-enacting the classic live on the air. They also performed a Montana adaptation...

UM Alum Named Among People Magazine’s Teachers of the Year

UM Alum Named Among People Magazine’s Teachers of the Year

UM alumnus Art Almquist, pictured above in blue, was recently named one of People magazine’s six Teachers of the Year for 2013. Almquist graduated from UM in 1996 with a master’s in theatre and...

New Homestay Program Aims to Enhance Foreign Students’ Experiences

New Homestay Program Aims to Enhance Foreign Students’ Experiences

Recently, UM saw an opportunity to further integrate its foreign students in the English Language Institute into the community by matching them with a host family. With a recent trial run a...

Mansfield Library Acquires High-End Chaucer Reproduction

Mansfield Library Acquires High-End Chaucer Reproduction

UM students and faculty conducting research on Chaucer’s “The Canterbury Tales” have an exceptional new resource available through the Mansfield Library. The library recently acquired a detailed...

Scholarship Allows Senior to Pursue Double Major in Accounting, Music

Scholarship Allows Senior to Pursue Double Major in Accounting, Music

When Sean Brogan learned that he had won the Bill and Avis Mitchell Scholarship in Music, he was pleased, surprised and grateful for the help, which he says will prove significant. The UM senior...

Monument to be Dedicated After Military Appreciation Griz Game

Monument to be Dedicated After Military Appreciation Griz Game

The Fallen Soldier Memorial at the University of Montana is a solemn reminder of those who served in Iraq and Afghanistan. The memorial, bearing the names of Montana soldiers who lost their lives...

Hundreds View ‘Plastic Whale Project’ During One-Day Stop at UM

Hundreds View ‘Plastic Whale Project’ During One-Day Stop at UM

In the dark theater, on a dimly lit stage, a 32-foot-long gray whale made of plastic bags looked so lifelike, it seemed to be gliding through the depths of the ocean. Hundreds of visitors came to...

Big Band Students Tune up for Concert with Award-Winning Musician

Big Band Students Tune up for Concert with Award-Winning Musician

UM’s four student big bands are busy rehearsing for next week’s visit from James Miley, an award-winning pianist, composer and arranger. The musician from Willamette University arrives on Monday...

Select a Page

  1. 1
  2. 2
  3. 3
  4. 4
  5. 5