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Collectors Show
Missoula-area collectors contributed 108 pieces of visual art, artifacts, antiques, jewelry, and collectibles.
DATES:
February 01 - March 01, 1978
Birthday Exhibition
Birthday Exhibition
Invitational exhibit to honor the Museum's 3rd anniversary as a community art center, the pieces centered on the themes of birthdays, anniversaries, or the number "3."
DATES:
March 07 - April 13, 1978
Russell Childers: Wood Carvings
Russell Childers: Wood Carvings
Institutionalized at age 10 and diagnosed as deaf/mute, Childers displayed remarkable skill communicating through sculpture.
DATES:
May 02 - May 27, 1978
Stamp Images
Stamp Images
This exhibit, featuring Canadian and American Stamps, focuses on the creativity of the challenging art of stamp design. The Canadian 8-cent stamp, for instance, has the numeral worked into the drawing. Organized by Western Association of Art Museums.
DATES:
May 02 - May 27, 1978
Linda Wachtmeister
Linda Wachtmeister
An exhibition of sculpture by a Missoula artist.
DATES:
May 30 - June 03, 1978
Montana Hmong
Montana Hmong
By presenting some of the Hmong traditions, culture, and art forms, the Museum hopes to help Montanans better understand and appreciate the complexities of their new neighbors.
DATES:
June 03 - June 30, 1978
Henry Evans: Botanical Prints
Henry Evans created some 950 botanical prints between 1958 and 1978. The 56 prints exhibited here examine Evans' unique style developed as a self-taught printer, botanist, and artist.
DATES:
June 07 - June 30, 1978
Ten Artists
An exhibition of Western States Arts Foundation Visual Arts Fellowship recipients: Robert Beckman, Thomas Berg, Peter DeLory, John Fudge, Walter Hook, Joel Hurst, Richard Notkin, Cliff Peterson, Robert Tobias, and Tim Wood. Organized by Western States Arts Foundation.
DATES:
July 10 - July 29, 1978
Life Drawing
Work by members of the Museum's life drawing class.
DATES:
July 17 - August 12, 1978
J.J. Audubon: Collectors Showcase
The rare prints selected for display in the Museum are from superb hand-colored copperplates engraved between 1827 and 1839. Many of the 92 prints are from the landmark Birds in America series. Organized by Taylor Clark Fine Prints, Paintings and Framing, Baton Rouge.
DATES:
August 07 - September 23, 1978
Ric Cliff
A selection of works by Ric Cliff.
DATES:
August 21 - September 09, 1978
Montana Juried Watercolor Exhibition
Paintings by Montana watercolor artists of all ages were selected by visiting juror Dr. Donald Humphrey of Santa Fe on the basis of skill and individuality of subject matter and style.
DATES:
October 02 - November 09, 1978
Herman Zapf: Hallmark Collection
All phases of Zapf's work, including book, graphic, calligraphy, and type design, are represented in 125 reproductions from the Hallmark Card Collection assembled in 1968. Organized by Hallmark Cards.
DATES:
November 04 - December 09, 1978
Collector's Corner
For the first and only time, these engravings and lithographs dating from the 16th through 19th centuries, are shown in Montana.
DATES:
November 18 - December 22, 1978
Montana Wilderness
Invitational exhibition aims to raise public interest in both art and the natural environment. Artists included are Doris Anderson, Louis Archambault, Hank Conley, Sid Frissell, Ken Hansen, Ralph Holmes, Judy Hoy, Ron Jenkins, Carla Moss, Robert Neaves, Bill Ohrmann, and Carol Orr.
DATES:
November 18 - December 22, 1978


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