Questions about the AISC Registry or any of the artists listed? Contact the Director of Arts Education at (406) 444-6522.
I offer students the chance to express themselves, to open their creative vein, to work in a variety of manner using mixed media and/or mediums. A calling I relish and take quite seriously. Art is a true gift for young and old alike. It is a way to release emotions, feelings, and thoughts without uttering a single word. It is a blessing to teach and share knowledge about art.
PO Box 113 | Stevensville, MT 59870
(406) 431-9479 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Art is in all we see and do. It is important for students to experience art processes, styles and materials so they are comfortable expressing themselves. I teach real art concepts, styles, and bring a variety of materials to all grade levels which helps students to find their individual artistic voice while learning how art connects the world.
PO Box 47 | Lewistown, MT 59457
(406) 366-0704 | email@example.com
My work is an experiment with light and color, in an attempt to convey the spatial beauty and drama of the world around us. My work involves a daily practice of drawing, in a variety of media, to enhance observation and compositional strategy. Painting uses drawing skills, as well as creative vision, to allow viewers to experience light and color, form and space, in the world around them, in an entirely new way.
3204 Wild Rose Lane | Great Falls, MT 59401
(646) 460-5013 | firstname.lastname@example.org
I create a lively, structured, inclusive, warm and engaging learning environment that invigorates, strengthens and awakens learners' personal skills, their community connections and their creative confidence. My approach is cooperative, inquiry-based, locally relevant, hands-on, and accommodates a variety of learning styles. Goal: to learn joyfully together and to cultivate personal and community resilience.
PO Box 8656 | Missoula, MT 59807
(406) 317-1012 | email@example.com
Art is a form of communication; each medium has its own vocabulary. Each student will respond differently to each, it is the task of the teacher to give students enough understanding of medium's vocabulary to tap a creative idea and cultivate their own vocabulary.
PO Box 244 | Jefferson City, MT 59638
(406) 461-1186 | firstname.lastname@example.org
I like to introduce idea that as humans, we all possess a common story, but we also have our own story, which is inviolable and unique. The success of telling depends on the writers ability to identify those qualities that make it unique and at the same time, connect to the greater story of us all.
126 Upper Deer Creek Road
(406) 932-5346 or (406) 290-4690 | email@example.com
I like to provide opportunities for students to expand creative skills, developing confidence in their ability to succeed and a greater understanding of how professional artists go about it.
1578 Tamarack Lane | Troy, MT 59935
(406) 295-5185 | firstname.lastname@example.org
A native Montanan inspired by the diverse textures of the western landscape, I paint in a contemporary style using bold colors and thick brushstrokes. By focusing on the light and reflections of the natural world, I strive to amplify the ordinary. A gallery artist, a public commissioned artist, and a teaching artist, my goal is to share my experience and vision of the world through shared art making and personal creation.
234 E. Babcock Ste. 2J | Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 431-6911 | email@example.com
It is our mission to support artists, the creative process and to provide a place for professionally minded ceramic artists to create new work. Red Lodge Clay Center will host Visiting Artist workshops, lectures, demonstrations, gallery exhibitions, and educational programming to share with our resident artists and the general public the importance of art in our everyday lives.
123 S. Broadway Ave. | Red Lodge, MT 59068
(406) 446-3993 | firstname.lastname@example.org
I am a multidisciplinary artist and like to bring different materials and approaches into the classroom. I seek to listen carefully, respond empathetically, encourage question asking and positive group dynamics in the classroom. I encourage students to be visionaries of their projects through creative expression and problem solving.
PO Box 792 | Philipsburg, MT 59858
(406) 868-5596 | email@example.com
I believe through the teaching of the arts we promote to our students the idea they can do anything. Nothing is beyond their reach, but it takes discipline, creativity and perseverance. You take on these three things, and you will demonstrate an aptitude to create.
PO Box 252 | Philipsburg, MT 59858
(406) 360-7681 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Nancy Seiler encourages children to observe the world around them through nature journaling. Kids learn to focus more on the subject than the results. Nancy believes that when a student can begin to let go of trying to create the "perfect drawing" they will begin to see improvement and want to continue to draw and observe. Nancy also teaches experimental painting with Golden paint and mediums (gels, pastes). Kids learn to take creative risks and become more comfortable when they see exciting results.
330 Brooks St. | Missoula, MT 59801
(406) 370-1254 | email@example.com
Sharing the value of creating art fill my days. My teaching style fosters the delight of making artwork. I create a climate of creativity, relaxation and awareness, where students develop observational, artistic, and verbal skills. My instruction possesses great breadth and depth of experience, assuring that students see progress and feel motivated. I want each student to have a positive experience, resulting in each student wanting to create more artwork.
111 South Grand Ave. Ste. 211 | Bozeman, MT 59715
(406) 587-8424 | firstname.lastname@example.org
It is my goal as a photographer and educator to share the power of photography, to bring the excitement of making and sharing pictures. A residency can involve many aspects of photography: history, viewing photos and practice. Most important is the sharing and discussion of work produced by student participants.
PO Box 832 | Pablo, MT 59855
(406) 675-0858 | email@example.com
I believe in art as a way to increase self-esteem and to connect with self. I teach awareness through a combination of art-making and writing methods. Through using natural materials in a sculptural form, a sense of belonging to the natural world develops. Our place in the greater ecosystem is reinforced in the course of making impermanent art.
30 S. Hoback | Helena, MT 59601
(406) 594-1095 | firstname.lastname@example.org
I believe that teachers are responsible for guiding students to new levels of awareness of their world, for creating spaces for freedom, critical thinking and creativity, sparking a love for learning and instilling the courage and self-confidence to transform the world into a better place to live.
530 N. 3rd Street W. | Missoula, MT 59802
(301) 775-6978 | email@example.com
Through visual art, I express relationships and beauty found in the natural world. As a teaching artist, I integrate the arts with all subjects, and place art at the heart of learning. The arts are a powerful tool towards understanding Indian Tribes of Montana, World Cultures, and the Natural Sciences.
PO Box 565 | Stevensville, MT 59870
(406) 777-3546 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Art is the River: Integrating Indian Education for All: Part I Part II
Montana Arts Council | 830 N. Warren Street, Helena, MT 59601 | P.O. Box 202201, Helena, MT 59620-2201 | P: (406) 444-6430 | F: (406) 444-6548 | email@example.com
The Montana Arts Council is funded by the State of Montana and the National Endowment for the Arts, a federal agency.
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