Talented Indigenous artists are ready to showcase their traditional and contemporary art.

From traditional craftsmanship to contemporary expressions, Missoula is hosting a celebration of Indigenous heritage and creativity. It's a chance to immerse yourself in this vibrant world of artistry, and maybe find a unique treasure perfect for your lifestyle.

Coinciding with the Big Sky Documentary Film Festival, Indigenous Made Montana is actually holding two pop-up markets events. The first one is this Sunday, February 18, from 2:00 - 5:30 at the Missoula Community Theater. The second market will be at the Zootown Arts Community Center, also 2:00 - 5:30, on Sunday, February 24.

Indigenous Made Montana provides a platform committed to fostering cultural preservation and economic opportunities. It's opportunities like these two markets in Missoula that enable artists to showcase and sell their work, gaining exposure and connecting with a wider audience.

Be sure to browse all the booths to discover unique pieces representing rich cultural heritage and artistic brilliance. Jewelry, clothing, art, hats...By shopping Indigenous Made Montana, you directly support artists, their families and continuation of their craft. If you'd like to learn more about Indigenous Made Montana, please visit here.


This annual 10-day event takes place each February in downtown Missoula. This year's festival dates are February 16-25.

Now entering its 21st year, the festival is the premier venue for non-fiction film in the American West. It draws an annual audience of about 20,000. It has gained critical acclaim as one of the country's go-to film festivals.  Entries from every corner of the globe are represented. Get much better acquainted with what is showing this year, times, venues, pricing and more by visiting this website.

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