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The Art of Henry Meloy
Meloy studied at the Art Institute of Chicago, the National Academy, and the Art Students League of New York, and taught painting and drawing at Columbia University until his death in 1951.
DATES:
November 01, 1996 - December 31, 1997
Meeting Places: Photographs by Barbara Bosworth
Using an eight-by-ten inch format camera and often combining three to four large panels, Bosworth creates powerful black and white portraits of hunters and fallen prey, grand Champion trees, and panoramic landscapes.
DATES:
November 15, 1996 - January 05, 1997
Hmong Embroidery in the Permanent Collection
Hmong culture is celebrated throughout Museum's exhibitions and publication history.
DATES:
November 26, 1996 - January 26, 1997
Bobby Tilton's Baggage Claim
This participatory exhibition invites viewers to open, inspect, and handle contents of Tilton's baggage and discover the art is more than the containers.
DATES:
January 14 - March 23, 1997
Beverly Buchanan: Shackworks
As a child, Buchanan traveled with her father, a college dean and agricultural agent, when he visited tenant farmers and migrant workers.
DATES:
January 17 - March 30, 1997
Anatomy of the Museum Collection

DATES:
February 07 - April 27, 1997
The Perfect Room: Installation by Area High School Students
Three media artists-in-residence worked with some three hundred students and and teachers to emphasize methods of sharing to highlight positive individual traits.
DATES:
April 04 - April 27, 1997
Dowsing: Water in the Permanent Collection
Rarely-viewed pieces from the Permanent Collection are gathered here to provide the audience with new insight into the importance of water in various art processes, including sculpture, ceramics, casting, painting, glassblowing, and textiles.
DATES:
April 11 - June 29, 1997
Watch Your Step: Recent Works by Joe Batt
New characters and dynamic narrative composition mark Bratt's new work created during a move from Missoula to Shelton, Washingston.
DATES:
May 02 - June 22, 1997
The Art of Justin Anthony
Influenced by the California funk movement, Anthony is one part mechanical engineer, one part designer, and one part resourceful recycler.
DATES:
June 20 - August 17, 1997
The Art of Metal
Metalsmithing students and faculty at MSU in Bozeman exhibit 25 works using traditional materials, processes, and functions to emphasize form as well as content, and thereby explore new conceptual issues.
DATES:
June 20 - August 17, 1997
Drawings from the Permanent Collection
The works explore the action of drawing using variety of mediums, as well as the role of drawing in other techniques, such as printmaking and painting.
DATES:
July 01, 1997
Water Weighs
A group exhibition featuring visual, conceptual, and environmental artists whose work focuses on critical water issues relevant today.
DATES:
July 07 - August 24, 1997
Chris Autio / Josh DeWeese
There are many parallels between the respective photographer and ceramicist.
DATES:
July 07 - August 24, 1997
A 20-Day Walk in Montana: Hamish Fulton
Internationally known conceptual artist created several installations based on his work in the Beartooths. This show is comprised of artist slide records.
DATES:
October 01 - November 23, 1997
Festival of the Dead Workshops & Shrines

DATES:
October 27 - November 02, 1997


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