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The Presence of Absence: New Installations
Travelling exhibition sponsored by Independent Curators Inc, of NYC.
DATES:
November 08, 1991 - January 04, 1992
20th Annual Art Auction Exhibition

DATES:
December 01, 1991 - January 31, 1992
Pictures from a Child's World
"Pictures of a Child's World" exhibits original artworks from published children's books. Public Reception Friday January 24, 6-8pm.
DATES:
January 17 - March 15, 1992
Why Kildeers Cry: Andrew Hofmeister
The watercolor work of Pullman, Washington artist Andrew L. Hofmeister.
DATES:
March 06 - April 19, 1992
Landscapes and Other Ruins
On Friday, March 20, the Missoula Museum of the Arts will open the exhibition Landscapes and Other Ruins. This, our third annual environmental exhibition, features twelve artists whose work explores issues of land use through painting, drawing, mixed media, and installation.
DATES:
March 20 - May 10, 1992
Outdoor Photography Contest

DATES:
April 20 - April 26, 1992
Montana on Film
In Montana, the landscape prevails. The overwhelming impact of the Eastern Plains, the Big Sky, and the vast vistas capture each viewer's imagination, while the forested green mountains and lakes of the Western Mountains bring visitors and residents alike to a sense of reverence for wildness, wilderness.
DATES:
May 01 - June 14, 1992
Montana Metalworking
Some of the materials used in the construction of these objects are sterling silver, bronze, copper and enamel, as well as non-traditional materials such as plastic, wood and rubber. The variety in this exhibition gives the viewer rich examples of a range of contemporary metalworking.
DATES:
June 19 - August 02, 1992
Heidi Oberheide: Paintings
20 paintings representing two years of work. Artist uses acrylic paint on unstretched canvas in successive layers.
DATES:
July 02 - August 16, 1992
Kate Hunt: Yellowstone Weaving
Starting with "Yellowstone Weaving", by Kate Hunt, the Museum's upstairs foyer will be devoted to exhibiting sculptural works by regional artists.
DATES:
August 07 - September 20, 1992
Art School Faculty Exhibition
The Missoula Museum of the Arts' Art School started out tiny in February 1991. One class grew to four classes, then to 40 classes last summer. Since its beginning the school has offered 115 classes and employed 21 artists as teachers.
DATES:
August 07 - September 20, 1992
Art From Within: Intuition and Vision
Art, by its nature and definition, has historically been associated with healing. In post-industrial society, art has been divorced not only from life and healing, but also from the purposes and needs of ordinary people in their everyday lives.
DATES:
August 21 - September 27, 1992
Art School Student Exhibition

DATES:
September 23 - October 02, 1992


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