The ZACC Gallery hosts a Gallery Opening on the 2nd Friday of each month showcasing the artwork of a new artist(s) each month, with an opening reception each second Friday from 5:30pm to 8:30pm. During this time we also offer free silk-screening.
As you hopefully already know, we're MOVING TO 216 W MAIN ST, and we need to offload a TON OF STUFF! Come to the Northside location on Friday, July 26, for our final gallery show: 'Rescue Me!: A Decade of Abandoned & Gifted Art at the ZACC'. In addition to a wide variety of awesome - heavily discounted - artwork for sale, we'll be running 'Ye Ole ZACC Garage Sale', and EVERYTHING MUST GO! Art supplies, furniture, random (not) junk, etc. All sales support the New ZACC Project.
Join us for our 1st annual Western Montana Fair Kids show. Work is selected from the WMF Fine Art Exhibit. When? First Friday Aug. 2nd 5:30 - 8:30pm. Where? The new ZACC, 216 W. Main. Featured artwork by Ila Bell age 13.Visit here for our accessibility information.
The Pink Dress Photography Project: Opening Reception Nov. 8th 5:30 - 8:30pm The ZACC and A VOICE are proud to present the work by young photographers from, Mexico, New York, Los Angeles, and Two Eagle River School, Pablo, Montana.
In This Light: Opening Reception Nov 8th 5:30 - 8:30pm. This exhibition will feature selected works from an on-going student photography project entitled Our Community Record Two Eagle River School In January 2002 in association with the Confederated Salish and Kootenai Tribes, the photography project Our Community Record Two Eagle River School began at this alternative Tribal school in Pablo, Montana and has served students each year since. Our Community Record is a collaborative project between photographer David J. Spear and Two Eagle River School.