The Holter employs a variety of platforms, strategies, and modalities to provide access to engagement. We use a multitude of tools to support a culture of self-discovery, curiosity, and wonder. We remove obstacles by using common language, and we use appropriate art education vocabulary when the context calls for it. The Holter actively reaches out and invites audiences to engage with contemporary art and supports them in that engagement.
Dragons, pancakes, cardboard swords, and so much more! Summer camps at the Holter Museum of Art are open for registration!
Workshops run the gamut at the Holter, including school day programs, after-school programs, summer camps, family days, and festivals which include the continuation of successful programs that support arts learning.
Holter offers art-based programs for our community’s youth to express themselves through art and discuss current issues in a safe environment, fostering connects with their peers and encouraging positive mental health and wellness practices through the arts to learn together. The Holter provides spaces and programs for youth to create community and engage in arts learning.
Adults can experience the Holter in ways that lead to social connections in unique ways. Adult programs that meet the needs of today’s busy schedules include workshops that support arts learning with limited time commitments but in conjunction with working and teaching artists.
Our school programs empower over 2,000 students from the Helena area annually through immersive guided field trips and art making opportunities in our studio classrooms.
Connect in new ways to art. Make and share personal connections. Immerse your group in an interactive experience. Get a quality and creative experience at the Holter, right in the heart of our community.
The Holter’s educational focus is to inspire, connect, and offer holistic healing through the arts to all ages, backgrounds, and abilities to engage with contemporary art and artists. The Holter education team strongly believes that engaging in lifelong arts learning opportunities can open unique and accessible pathways to learning about current issues and ideas. The Holter implements an innovative approach to help audiences connect with contemporary art – using methods of observation and interpretation. Our interpretive strategy is inquiry-based and preferences self-engagement and self-discovery.