MAM's exhibition program is a broad landscape that serves and represents diverse audiences and creative interests.

Each year, 20 to 25 solo and group exhibitions rotate through six state-of-the-art galleries. MAM organizes and rents exhibits, develops programs through community partnerships, and welcomes the opportunity to review exhibition proposals.

MAM does not accept commissions on the sale of artwork but in support of artists, will put collectors in touch with artists or artists' representatives.

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Montana Triennial: 2015
Montana Triennial: 2015
The works range from the abstract to the figurative, but all reflect years of artistic preparation honed by schooling, travel, experience, critical theory, knowledge of place, and repeated trips to the studio revisiting themes and craft. Whether black-and-white or color, intimate or world-weary, rendered by manipulating clay or pushing paint, the works in this exhibition relate private tales and shared subject matter.
DATES:
May 01 - September 04, 2015
Chasing Time: Montana's One-Room Schools
Chasing Time: Montana's One-Room Schools
Across the United States, there are fewer than 200 one-room school houses in operation. Montana is home to approximately 75 of them "more than any other state. Neil Chaput and Keith Graham travelled to one-third of the Montana schools in 2013/2014 to meet the teachers and students and to document their experiences.
DATES:
July 02 - September 19, 2015
Kathryn Schmidt: Seen In Broad Daylight
Kathryn Schmidt: Seen In Broad Daylight
Bozeman artist Kathryn Schmidt is a distinguished artist in the region. MAM is honored to celebrate Schmidt's vision in her first exhibition at MAM. Her paintings and sculptures never spell everything out, leaving enough unsaid that there always remains a mystery for us to fill in. This is the magic in her works, the mystery offered by content served up in dark compositions with content that remains unsaid.
DATES:
July 07 - October 24, 2015
Terrain: Plateau Native Art & Poetry
Terrain: Plateau Native Art & Poetry
Terrain: Plateau Native Art & Poetry is a print portfolio donated to the Missoula Art Museum by artist and Evergreen State College Professor Emeritus Joe Feddersen. The book, curated by Feddersen, features 34 beautiful poems and woodcuts by a diverse range of American Indian artists from the Plateau peoples of the Columbia Basin.
DATES:
September 01, 2015 - February 27, 2016


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