Arts and Economy – “Art in Missoula: Left Brain, Right Brain”
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You are invited to City Club Missoula’s December Forum: Art in Missoula: Left Brain – Right Brain.
The following is reprinted from the Missoula Cultural Council newsletter.
City Club Missoula’s December Forum is entitled Art in Missoula: Left Brain – Right Brain. This forum promises to educate and intrigue you with a discussion of the left brain (economic values) and the right brain (intrinsic values) of art in our community, on Friday, December 21, from 11:30 a.m. – 1:00 p.m. at the Doubletree Hotel.
Tom Bensen, director of the Missoula Cultural Council, will report the findings of a national study, Arts & Economic Prosperity III on the financial impact of art and culture in Missoula. Barbara Koostra, director of the Montana Museum of Arts & Culture at the University of Montana, will explore the intrinsic values of art through a view of the institution’s permanent collection, a treasure of more than 10,000 artworks and artifacts, from Rudy Autio to Rembrandt. City Club Missoula forums are open to everyone. You do not need to be a member to attend; however, reservations are required.
Reservations for the December City Club Forum can be made by email to email@example.com or by calling 546-6643 before Wednesday, December 19. Please indicate if you want lunch: $11 for members and students, $16 for nonmembers, or the no-lunch option of forum only for $5. Cancellations must be made by the reservation deadline. For more information about City Club Missoula, visit www.cityclubmissoula.org.