Hockaday Museum of Art

The Hockaday Museum of Art was established in 1968 by local artists and is today a leading public art museum and cultural resource for the Flathead Valley and regions beyond. The Museum contributes appreciably to regional tourism, economy, and quality of life for the community and state. The Hockaday preserves and promotes Montana’s artistic legacy through curatorial concentration on the significant art, artists, and authors of Montana and Glacier National Park. One of the nation’s largest permanent collections of historic and contemporary Glacier Park art, the Hockaday is the only Montana Museum with a major focus on Glacier Park, and the art and culture of the Blackfeet Indians. Our permanent collection is assessed at over $1.3M, and holds more than 600 catalogued items.

Rotating and traveling exhibitions showcase the work of nationally celebrated artists, and offer a deeper examination of Montana’s art, culture, and history. Varied and fascinating opportunities for Montana’s next generation of artists are offered through the Hockaday’s art education program. Trained volunteer docents lead enlightening tours for visitors and students of all ages.

The Hockaday’s Off the Wall Gift Gallery is a charming source of unique pottery, glass, jewelry, cards, prints, books, and other original handiwork by local and regional artists.

Place Categories: Art MuseumPlace Tags: paintings, Photography, printmaking and sculptures

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