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Terry Clark: Collector Prints
Antique first-edition bookplates and hand-colored copperplate engravings by noted 18th and 19th century naturalist illustrators including John James Audubon, Mark Catesby, Francis Martinet, Cornelius Nozeman, Albert Seba, and Alexander Wilson. Organized by Taylor Clark Fine Prints, Baton Rouge.
DATES:
November 01, 1979 - January 30, 1980
UM Faculty Art Show
UM Faculty Art Show
Artworks by University of Montana Art instructors including Rudy Autio, Bruce Walter Barton, Don Bunse, Stephen Connell, James Dew, Ken Little, Richard Reinholtz, Lynda Ross, and Mary Warner. Organized in partnership with the UM Art Department.
DATES:
January 08 - February 16, 1980
Four Montana Calligraphers
Thirty-two works display a variety of styles, graphics, and techniques including airbrush, watercolor, pen-and-ink and gilding. Artists include Terese Hoppe-Blanding, Kathleen Young Fenner, Karen Noice, and Denys Taipale. Tour organized by Montana Art Gallery Directors Association.
DATES:
February 02 - February 23, 1980
Missoula High Schools Art Exhibit
Missoula High Schools Art Exhibit
Individual and group work from ninety-five students from Hellgate, Sentinel, and Loyola Sacred Heart High Schools.
DATES:
February 25 - March 22, 1980
Myths, Dreams, and Stories
Myths, Dreams, and Stories
Wood sculptures and mixed media illustrations by Helen Melnis and Constance R. Bergum of Missoula explore interpretations of traditional folk art and creation myths.
DATES:
February 28 - March 29, 1980
Fashions in Review
An extensive collection of clothing and accessories from the late-19th and early-20th centuries. Meerschaum pipes are featured items.
DATES:
March 18 - March 31, 1980
Roses and Bleeding Hearts
Roses and Bleeding Hearts
Work by Patricia Forsberg, a graduate student in Fine Arts at the University of Montana. The exhibit features eighteen original works, the majority portraits.
DATES:
April 05 - May 03, 1980
Native American Prints and Posters
Native American Prints and Posters
Fifty original prints and fifteen posters by a group of contemporary American Indian artists. Included will be color and black-and-white lithographs, serigraphs, etchings, and woodcuts by such well known modern artists as R.C. Gorman, Fritz Scholder, T.C. Cannon, and Allan Houser.
DATES:
April 14 - May 16, 1980
1st Montana International Trout Art Derby: Mail Art from around the World
Wildlife Art meets Mail Art!
DATES:
April 15 - May 02, 1980
University of Montana MFA Thesis Exhibitions
University of Montana MFA Thesis Exhibitions
Sculpture and mixed media pieces by University of Montana art department graduate students.
DATES:
May 20 - June 07, 1980
A History of American Art Through Printmaking
Explores the major stylistic movements in American art, as well as touches upon the techniques and merits of printmaking.
DATES:
June 02 - June 21, 1980
2nd Annual Juried Photography Exhibition
Twenty-five black-and-white prints by local artists juried by photographer and juror Lee Nye.
DATES:
June 14 - July 12, 1980
Selections from the University of Montana Permanent Collection
Items in this exhibit represent an eclectic selection, ranging from Manchu Dynasty bowls to 18th century Spanish reliquaries to watercolors by Walter Hook. The University of Montana has acquired the items over the last 50 years, and this is the first time that many of the paintings have been publicly displayed.
DATES:
June 28 - August 28, 1980
Louis Archambault: Portraits and Figures
Twenty-two pieces, including the introduction of the artist's pastel paintings, sketches, studies, and photographs for finished works, examine the recent production of this contemporary Northwest artist.
DATES:
July 19 - August 16, 1980
Ten Western Printmakers
Work by ten artists whose received Western States Arts Foundation fellowships in 1979.
DATES:
August 15 - September 15, 1980
Watercolor U.S.A. 1979
Forty paintings selected from an invitational exhibition organized and sponsored by the Springfield Art Museum and traveling on a national tour under the auspices of the Western Association of Art Museums.
9th Annual Benefit Art Auction
Annual Benefit Auction Exhibition and Event supporting the Missoula Museum of the Arts
DATES:
October 04 - November 08, 1980
2nd Annual Arts and Craft Juried Show and Benefit Auction
A variety of artwork from over sixty artists all over the state of Montana was on display in the Missoula Museum of the Arts.
DATES:
October 04 - November 08, 1980
Five Centuries of Master Prints
66 prints examine the variety of techniques and evolving themes found in printmaking.
DATES:
November 15 - November 29, 1980
MIA Little Festival
Festival of the Montana Institute of the Arts
DATES:
December 01 - December 27, 1980


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