Gateway to Montana's Artistic Legacy
 School and Youth Group Tours
School/Youth Group Membership Application

Adult Group Tours of the Hockaday
Lead a Museum tour:
Apply to be a Docent

In 2009 -- FREE
admission to K through 12 students
Generously sponsored by Pacific Steel and Recycling!
Spring Classes 2009 Printable Two-Page Schedule and Registration Form
The Traveling Medicine Show Outreach Program

First Nation artwork from the Northern Plains

-- Articles from long ago.
Traditional --
Ceremonial and everyday clothing, etc.
Contemporary --
Current artists, and traditions.

See the Power Point Preview   
Use our Mail-In Request Form or Learn More     

Our classes are very popular!  You can register in different ways:
Children Reading, by Jeanne Hamilton Children Reading
by Jeanne Hamilton

Hockaday Museum of Art
Permanent Collection
Visit the Museum in person at 302 2nd Ave East, Kalispell
     10 am to 5 pm Tuesday - Saturday
Call 406-755-5268 and speak with a Museum Services Assistant
     9 am to 5 pm Tuesday through Saturday 
Use our mail-in registration form (see above)

Ed Bailey Scholarships 
Adults and children may request tuition assistance for classes and workshops by sending a letter of need with your registration. Mail to Hockaday Museum of Art - 302 2nd Ave. East Kalispell, MT 59901 Attention: Kathy Martin.

Thank you to our education program sponsors:
Bibler Foundation, Cadeau Foundation, Montana Arts Council, Montana Cultural Trust, PPL of Montana & Wal-Mart Foundation.

Cancellation & Refunds

► You may pre-register for classes by calling 755-5268 Participant's place in class is guaranteed upon the Hockaday Museum's receipt of full payment for the entire series.
► Due to costs for materials, instructors and staff, the Hockaday Museum has established the following cancellation policy: 100% refund, less $5 administrative fee for cancellation 7 or more days in advance of class; 50% less $5 administrative fee for cancellation 2-6 days in advance. No refund for cancellations made less than 2 days in advance.
► To ensure the safety and well-being of participating children, the Hockaday requires prior notice of their existing health issues, as well as an emergency contact name & phone number.
► Art classes are always fun and sometimes messy! Participants are advised to dress accordingly

Art classes, outreach programs and artists-in-residence programs are important components of our educational offerings.
Please contact Director of Education Kathy Martin to discuss current options for you or your group.
We welcome your participation in these programs, and look forward to seeing you on a tour, or at your school.

Gift Certificates for Creativity!
Give the gift of an art class or workshop. Sign up that special person for a gift certificate.

Discover The Discovery Gallery!
Children and adults are welcome to participate in the 'hands-on' activities and exhibits in the Discovery Gallery Anytime during their visit to the museum. 

The Discovery Gallery is made possible in part by a grant
from the Cadeau Foundation.
Education Programs sponsored by: Foundation Support for Education, Bibler Foundation, Anonymous, The Cobb Foundation, Ila B. Dousman Foundation, Wal Mart , Mary Wolf Rolfing Bogue Foundation, Prudential Foundation, Flathead Community Foundation, Cadeau Foundation.
Educational Support Grants: Office of Public Instruction for State of Montana, Indian Education  for All Implementation Assistance Grant; Montana Cultural Trust; Montana Arts Council