The Hockaday's mission is to enrich the cultural life of our community and region, and preserve the artistic legacy of Montana and Glacier National Park. The Museum maintains a permanent collection and offers rotating exhibits by nationally renowned and emerging artists, in addition to a permanent exhibit of Glacier National Park art and culture.
The Hockaday Museum is housed in a turn-of-the-century Carnegie Library Building that is listed in the National Registry of Historic Places. The 100+-year-old building is wheelchair accessible and has an elevator.
The Museum's growing permanent collection focuses on the art and artists of Montana with a focus on Glacier National Park and the Blackfeet Nation. Featured in the permanent collection are works by C.M. Russell, John Fery, Winold Reiss, Leonard Lopp, Bud Helbig, Elizabeth Lochrie, King Kuka, Ace Powell, O.C. Seltzer, Russell Chatham, Jeanne Hamilton, Hugh Hockaday, David Shaner, Thomas English, Bob Scriver, Gary Schildt, Tom Saubert, Frank Hagel, Mark Ogle, Jeff Walker, and others.
The Hockaday offers a charming source of unique pottery, glass, jewelry, cards, prints, books and other original handiwork by local and regional artists in its expanded gift shop.
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Hours: 10 a.m. - 5 p.m. Tuesday - Saturday
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