Copper Village Museum and Art Center

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Copper Village Museum and Art Center is located in the historic City Hall Cultural Center, in Anaconda, Montana.

Built in 1895, the Copper Village Museum and Arts Center boasts visual arts exhibitions of tradition and heritage arts, world arts, and the works of Montana's contemporary artists.

The museum organizes programs and services in the visual and literary arts, arts education in partnership with local schools and communities that strengthen artists, cultural organizations, and communities.

The center also provides support for traditional arts and preservation of the local cultural heritage, emerging contemporary artists from Montana, and national and world arts perspectives.

City Hall Cultural Center also houses the Marcus Daly Historical Society Museum and Archives and a retail gift shop. This historic building is listed in the National Register of Historic Places.

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