Warren Miller Performing Arts Center
The Warren Miller Performing Arts Center (WMPAC), is located in Big Sky’s Gallatin Canyon, at Big Sky’s Ophir School campus. It is a collaborative initiative of the Big Sky School District #72, the Friends of Big Sky Education (FOBSE) and the Big Sky community. The Center’s namesake, ski movie icon Warren Miller, and his wife Laurie spend half of their time in Big Sky. The Arts Center was named in honor of Miller in part due to his involvement in the community, and also because his legacy demonstrates a bridge between skiing and the arts. The Art Center’s primary mission is to establish and maintain a clear and stable artistic infrastructure to grow a community of confident performers and inspired audiences.
Along with national acts, the WMPAC hosts art events and education within the Big Sky community, including The Big Sky Community Theatre program for all area adults with a passion to perform and the Big Sky Community Chorus for those in the area who enjoy singing. Ophir School students also benefit; during the school day, students fill the center with their ideas and talents under the supervision of a faculty of drama, visual arts and music professionals… Read On