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19th Century Posters
Organized by WAAM, Mills College, CA
DATES:
December 16, 1978 - January 13, 1979
Images on the West: Myth and Reality
Photographs, etchings, paintings, and sculpture question both the romance and realism found in images of the West, especially the idealized Cowboy. The exhibit is organized and presented in partnership with the University of Montana Department of Art. Artists included are Charles J. Belden, Sheryl Bodily, Edward Borein, Fred Fellows, and Bill Spannring.
DATES:
January 08 - February 24, 1979
Landscape Award Winners
On view are 26 urban landscapes submitted by architectural firms nationwide. Films focusing on the rise of cities, aid in the exploration of urban planning and development issues.Organized by the American Society of Landscape Architects. Also on display: 13 award winners from the Montana Chapter of the AIA.
DATES:
January 20 - February 17, 1979
Works in Wood
Explores the adaptability of wood through diverse approaches to woodworking.
DATES:
March 03 - March 23, 1979
Contemporary Crafts
Exhibition work by winners of the 1977 Western States Arts Foundation Visual Arts Awards.
DATES:
March 10 - April 03, 1979
Selections from the Montana Institute of the Arts Permanent Collection
Photography, painting, drawing, textiles, sculptures, jewelry and mixed media works by artists from across Montana.
DATES:
April 05 - April 28, 1979
Missoula Juried Photography Exhibition
The best of contemporary local photography complements the exhibition of Imogene Cunningham's images.
DATES:
May 05 - June 02, 1979
Imogene Cunningham: After Ninety
Rarely seen early work and the final body of work made by this influential photographer.
DATES:
May 14 - June 16, 1979
The Wild West in Fact and Fancy: 1835 - 1890
Hand-colored lithographs and plates reveal how Native Americans and the American Frontier were documented, commemorated and promoted in popular publications.
DATES:
June 20 - August 03, 1979
Fritz Scholder: Paintings and Prints, 1966 - 1978
An exhibit of 29 of Scholder's large, colorful, and surprising depictions of Native Americans. Both the artist's style and subjects defy what is considered typical "Indian" art. Organized by Boise Gallery of Art.
DATES:
July 16 - August 19, 1979
Eskimo Images: Carvings and Prints
Twenty-two carvings by both Canadian First People and native Alaskas and sixteen original stone cut and stencil drawings from the Hudson Bay area depict hunting, fishing, and daily activities of these semi-nomadic people. Organized by Don Humphrey Gallery, Santa Fe.
DATES:
August 04 - September 08, 1979
Fiber: New Directions
Ten northwest artists explore modern uses of traditional techniques, with a focus on dyed materials. Artists incude Ruth Beal, Joanne Brandford, Margaret Burlew (included by AMM), Lia Cook, Kiyomi Iwata, Gyongy Laky, Helene Pancoast, Ed Rossbach, Dick Sauer, and Katherine Westphal. Organized by Cheney Cowles Museum, Spokane.
DATES:
August 27 - September 28, 1979
Hank Conley: Mountain Landscapes
Mountain landscapes.
DATES:
September 01 - September 30, 1979
Leslie Van Stavern Millar: Paintings and Prints
Thirteen works by a Missoula resident.
DATES:
September 17 - October 13, 1979
First Annual Arts and Crafts Invitational Exhibition and Benefit
Diverse artwork made by regional artists working in a range of media and style.
DATES:
October 08 - November 03, 1979
Musical Instruments: Antique and Contemporary
Featuring stringed instruments and accordions made or collected locally. Artists include Peter Bedino & David Vaughn, Barbara Hillerman, Rod Templeton, Jay Witcher, and others.
DATES:
November 20 - December 22, 1979
Montana Game Bird Stamp Statewide Design Competition
Design competition and exhibition highlights the state's wildlife artists.
DATES:
November 20 - December 22, 1979
Contemporary Porcelains
Functional pieces by Missoula artists Maxine Blackmer, Carolyn Jacobs, Beth Lo, and Barbara Shaiman.
DATES:
November 25 - December 22, 1979


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