The Missoula Art Museum (MAM) welcomes audiences of all ages and abilities to engage with contemporary art, onsite and virtually.

MAM is situated on the traditional, ancestral territories of the Séliš (Salish or “Flathead”) and Ql̓ispé (upper Kalispel or Pend d’Oreille) peoples. MAM is committed to respecting the indigenous stewards of the land it occupies. Their rich cultures are fundamental to artistic life in Montana and to the work of MAM.

"Virtual learning allows us to offer engagement and art-making FREE to families anytime, anywhere. It's all about creating access."


- MAM Education Team

MAM Virtual Family Workshops


Visit our website for self-paced family workshops connected to current exhibitions. These guided activities will inspire you to make art with simple materials you have around the house.


Visit our website for more virtual learning opportunities and to view current exhibitions.

Access Museum as Megaphone, a distance learning curriculum built around MAM's Fifth Grade Art Experience and including interviews with artists and hands-on art making.


Click here to watch a video of the soft launch of Museum as Megaphone. Click here to access the platform via Inspired Classroom.