Vol. 4 | Fall 2019

T H E A R T S A R E F O R Everyone

PHOTOS by SHANNON REED WRITING by TIA WILKINS

T H E MY R N A LOY 15 N Ewing St, Helena, MT

Nestled among towering old trees and sitting parallel to the county courthouse is the 1894 granite Jailhouse. Often mistaken for a museum, The Myrna Loy is not that quiet or reserved. It is a vibrant arts center that thrives 363 days out of the year. When you walk up the granite steps, you’ll be swept up into another time. The building alone is a work of art, steeped in history. Wandering the Myrna Loy reconnects adults to their childhood sense of curiosity and wonder. The Myrna Loy is a treasure map of experiences; each experience evoking thought and inspiration. The adventurer is left filled with a sense of hope and awe— often deeply moved by what they’ve witnessed and subtly

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