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The Copper Village Museum and Arts Center was founded in 1971 for the purpose of helping the conflict between the Anaconda Company and its workers through the arts. Its establishment was made possible due to the strong support that it received from the community. Since its foundation, the Museum has flourished. This non-profit organization also provides many programs and services to the public.

The Cooper Village Board and Tri-County Historical Society acquired the preservation project in 1985 in order to save and proceed with the renovation of the abandoned City Hall of Anaconda. Today, it is occupied by the Cooper Village Museum and Arts Center.

The Museum features the Engine House Gallery which showcases local and traditional arts. It also holds national exhibits and displays the works made by contemporary artists from Montana. Every year, about 5 to 6 exhibits focusing on certain subjects are held. Two of them feature art work of local schools as well as a primary section and a middle school/high school section. The other one exhibit displays local quilts.
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