Mountain Time Arts (MTA) produces inventive public art projects that enliven our relationships to the history, culture, and environment of the Rocky Mountain West. MTA cultivates relationships between artists, scholars, and community members to conduct research and produce artworks about critical issues in Southwest Montana. MTA is committed to social and environmental justice. MTA understands collaborative and inclusive inquiry as a means to generate new knowledge and work toward solutions for all. MTA participants share diverse perspectives and build a culture of engagement and transformation, leading to a more resilient community.
We acknowledge our culture’s systemic marginalization of artists because of race, gender, religion, age, ability, sexual orientation, and/or immigration status among other factors. We actively seek to highlight the work of under-represented practitioners and support efforts to address entrenched inequities.
The Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts