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.

For exhibition proposal guidelines, go to Art Submissions page.

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.

Our Side: Elisa Harkins, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Marianne Nicolson, and Tanis S'eiltin
Our Side: Elisa Harkins, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Marianne Nicolson, and Tanis S'eiltin
Wendy Red Star curated this exhibition, a reexamination of land, body, language, and history from the perspective of four contemporary indigenous American and First Nations artists: Elisa Harkins, Tanya Lukin Linklater, Marianne Nicolson, and Tanis S'eiltin.
DATES:
September 12, 2017 - February 24, 2018
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: In the Footsteps of My Ancestors
Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: In the Footsteps of My Ancestors
This national traveling exhibition is organized by the Yellowstone Art Museum. It is the first solo exhibition of Quick-to-See Smith's work in Montana since MAM hosted the Jersey City Museum survey in 1998. Quick-to-See Smith's creative voice and powerful commitment to social, environmental, and political issues have established her as a dominant figure in contemporary American art.
DATES:
October 03, 2017 - March 10, 2018
Artists of Opportunity
Artists of Opportunity
Each year, Opportunity Resources' Artists of Opportunity show over 200 paintings in public spaces throughout Missoula. MAM's exhibition of acrylic and digital paintings is assembled from the Artists of Opportunity calendar.
DATES:
January 03 - February 24, 2018
Featured Acquisitions to the MAM Collection
Featured Acquisitions to the MAM Collection
Rotating display of artworks from the MAM Collection on view in the Goldberg Family Foundation Library
DATES:
January 05 - December 31, 2018
Slow View
Slow View
Slow viewing values meditative stillness as an antidote to such restless experiences and as a path to passion, creativity, and connection. Viewers are invited to break from their routines, sit quietly with these selected artworks, and rediscover the rewards of awareness, observation, and engagement.
DATES:
January 20 - April 21, 2018
Miriam Schapiro: Anonymous Was a Woman
Miriam Schapiro: Anonymous Was a Woman
"Anonymous was a Woman," by Miriam Schapiro (1923-2015), is a suite of exquisite prints that honor the labor of women whose names are lost to history, their handmade items having been relegated to "crafts" rather than artworks.
DATES:
February 15 - May 19, 2018
Joseph Baráz: Totems and Stelae
Joseph Baráz: Totems and Stelae
This exhibition represents new work Baráz created since 2011 that has not been publicly exhibited. Baráz's artistic practice is serial, focusing on totems and stelae. These take the form of spiritual tools (hand-held pieces of worked stone), expressionistic paintings, and enigmatic found-object sculptures.
DATES:
February 15 - May 26, 2018


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