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10-Day Residencies

Four Stunning Opportunities

The 10-day Spring Artist-in-Residence opportunities are open to artists from Montana. From historical archives, to the open water of the largest fresh water lake West of the Mississippi to a cornucopia of reused and recycled materials to back-to-the-land opportunities, these residencies are prime opportunities to stimulate the practice of all creatives. Learn more about individual opportunities below.



April 20th-April 28th
Established in 1877, the Fort preserves the rich and complex history of the area, to include the Indian Wars, the African-American 25th Infantry Bicycle Corps and the World War II Italian and Japanese internment camp.


Moon-Randolph Historic homestead

April 20th-April 28th
More than a century since this small farm was proved up, chickens continue to lay eggs in original nesting boxes in the old chicken coop, pigs range on the open pastures, century-old trees drop small, rare varieties of apples from their tangled crowns…


Home resourcE

April 20th-April 28th
HomeReSource collects and sells reusable building materials, channel materials to those in need, educate the community with the knowledge & skills necessary to reduce waste, and provide leadership & expertise to move Missoula toward its Zero Waste goal. A builders dream spot.

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FlatHead Lake Biological Station

April 19th-April 27th
Stay in a cabin, make art, fish, get in a boat, broaden your relationship with Crown of the Continent ecosystem, live the dream, even if just for a moment, in this unique residency. Two artists will be awarded this special opportunity.