The only program of its kind in MT, the Art Mobile of Montana is an educational, art outreach program providing access to a high quality, original, and contemporary art exhibit with instruction by a professional artist for schools and diverse groups. The Art Mobile program helps others to understand the importance of the visual arts and educates through visual art about the diversity of the human experience, culture, practices, customs, and history.
Follow us across the state.
View our student blog that includes photos of student work, comments, and questions.
Check out the exhibit.
View photos of our current exhibit, read artist statements, and watch artist interviews.
What we do.
Learn our history, mission, what we offer, and meet our teaching artist.
See us in the News
View stories of us published
across the state
The Art Mobile of Montana, a Non-Profit organization, is supported in part by grants and funding from:
- The Montana Arts Council, an agency of the State government (Artists in Schools and Communities / Public Value Partnership)
- The National Endowment for the Arts; which believes that a great nation deserves great art.
- Montana's Cultural Trust
- Gallagher Western Charitable Foundation, Inc.
We make every effort to make our program accessible. We can only serve sites that are wheelchair accessible. If a signer is needed, schools must provide a signer. Our labeling and presentation notes are in large print. We rely on each site to adapt their premises for access, as stated in our full Accessibility Checklist.