|Volume 16||Number 2|
UM's Creative Writing Program has evolved from H. G. Merriam's revolutionary dream to a competitive program now ranked one of the best in the nation, boasting a host of notable professors and successful graduates.
The Montana Rep, based on the Missoula campus, tours professional
theater around the country and makes it look wonderful.
Profiles of three of today's students--a sculptor, a pianist and a ceramicist.
In a felicitous union of theater and song, UM's Opera Theater
brings theatrical performance to Montana opera lovers.
The newly dedicated Richard Hugo House in Seattle is a literary center
devoted to writing in the name of the great poet and UM professor.
Visiting Dance Instructor Karen Kaufmann offers a course that
trains UM students how to teach movement to people with disabilities.
Once a home economics teacher, Christine Milodragovich is now interim dean of the School of Fine Arts, while still working in UM's costume shop alongside her students.
A long winter is perfect for Nine Below Zero, Cold New World and Except by Nature.
Cover: School for Scandal on stage at
the Montana Theatre.
Photo: Department of Drama/Dance archives.