June 22, 2020
MAC is looking for a team-oriented, hard-working, and fun-loving individual with an aptitude for learning new skills who will thrive in a small office environment. MAC is a dynamic agency where all members work strategically to address issues of diversity, equity, access, and inclusion.
The Communications Specialist will:
Design and implement a communication plan.
Oversee content development and production of the State of the Arts newspaper.
Manage MAC's website and social media presence.
Develop concepts and create designs that improve understanding and build connections.
To apply for this position, submit a resume and cover letter through the State of Montana Careers site. The position is posted until filled with the first review of applications occurring on July 10, 2020 and the first round of interviews occurring on July 23, 24 and 28.
June 12, 2020
The Montana Arts Council (MAC) announces the availability of emergency funding to offset economic losses due to COVID-19. MAC will award funds to nonprofit organizations, artists, and cultural workers in Montana. The funds come through the National Endowment for the Arts (NEA) as part of the federal Coronavirus Aid, Relief, and Economic Security (CARES) Act.
June 16, 2017
"The Montana Arts Council (MAC) is excited to announce Tatiana Gant as its new executive director."
September 4, 2016
"The new research is the first deep look at state-by-state data on how U.S. adults engage in the arts, said Sunil Iyengar, NEA director of research and analysis."
December 18, 2015
The Montana Arts Council is pleased to announce eight Montana artists as winners of the 2015 Artist’s Innovation Award. The winners are: sculptor Louis Habeck of Billings; fiber-artist Maggy Rozycki Hiltner of Red Lodge; ceramicist Steven Lee of Helena; performer Jack Gladstone and sculptor Kate Hunt from Kalispell; and poet Heather Cahoon, writer Deidre McNamer and performer Jeremy Sher from Missoula.
October 23, 2015
The Montana Poet Laureate is a two-year honorary position created by the state legislature in 2005 and administered by the Montana Arts Council.
April 21, 2015
The Governor's Arts Award honors outstanding citizens and organizations in Montana whose achievements in the arts, or on behalf of the arts, benefit all Montanans. Artists Lela Autio and Theodore Waddell, author Debra Magpie Earling, Great Falls Symphony conductor and music director Gordon Johnson, and the Missoula Art Museum are this year’s honorees.