Children and Youth Programs

The C.M. Russell Museum offers many different children’s classes throughout the year to foster art interests in youth. Seats fill up fast and registration is required. Space is limited. We offer scholarships to assist with class costs courtesy of the Windmill Foundation. To obtain scholarship information, register for class or for any other questions, please contact Melissa Werber, Education Coordinator, at mwerber@cmrussell.org.

Summer 2021 Program Flyer

To learn more about the museum’s current children’s classes, register for class, or ask questions, please contact Melissa Werber, Education Coordinator, at mwerber@cmrussell.org.

Adult Classes and Workshops

The museum also offers adult learning opportunities throughout the year, including classes, thematic programs, lectures, and volunteer opportunities. To learn more about the museum’s current adult classes, register for class, or ask questions, please contact Eileen Laskowski, Education and Programs Manager, at elaskowski@cmrussell.org.

The C.M. Russell Museum has postponed all public classes and programs until further notice due to the COVID-19 outbreak. Spring 2020 Art Explorers classes have been postponed until further notice. Please follow our website and Facebook page for updates on programs and classes.

The museum offers adult learning opportunities throughout the year, including tours, classes, thematic programs, lectures, and volunteering opportunities.

To learn more about the museum’s current adult classes, register for class, or ask questions, please contact Eileen Laskowski, Education and Programs Manager, at elaskowski@cmrussell.org.

Russell for Learning

Russell for Learning is a unit-based lesson plan produced by the C.M. Russell Museum to take education about the life of Charles Russell and the West that he experienced to students across the state of Montana. In unit form, it is easily adaptable to be used by teachers in their classrooms.

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