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Sheila Miles: In the Neighborhood
A new body of paintings explores relationships and life issues in the neighborhood. Miles manipulates color and surfaces to convey emotional and psychological meaning.
DATES:
November 19, 2003 - January 17, 2004
Paul Guillemette: Heroes and Holy Men
New series by Butte artist depicts the Buddha, Sumo wrestlers and common and uncommon heroes. Guillemette combines elements of contemplation and kitsch in these new works.
DATES:
December 03, 2003 - January 17, 2004
Ken Little: Little Changes
More than 30 whimsical mixed-media sculptures by this former University of Montana professor concentrating on a series of new sculptures.
DATES:
January 23 - March 20, 2004
32nd Annual Benefit Art Auction
Online Auction. Renaissance Campaign announcement made at live auction, featuring sit-down dinner, music by Missoula Symphony Brass Quartet and Garden City Jazz.
DATES:
January 23 - February 06, 2004
Keith Goodhart: Last Savage Crowns
Mixed media sculpture of personal shrines, fetishes and totems by Big Timber artist, sheep rancher and carpenter.
DATES:
February 18 - April 17, 2004
Pat De Caro: Telling Stories
More than 20 black and white charcoal drawings relating images of childhood and adolescence by Seattle-based artist. Through contrasting images of children with masks, the series of stacked drawings conveys feelings of change and vulnerability at early stages of life.
DATES:
February 18 - April 17, 2004
From the Collections: Prints by Jay Rummel
Five prints from permanent collection.
DATES:
March 30 - April 17, 2004
Libby: A Photographic Essay by Brian Plonka
Photographs from Libby MT.
DATES:
April 20 - June 26, 2004
Healing Threads: An Exhibition by the Kootenai Valley Quilt Guild
Collaboratively made quilt
DATES:
April 20 - May 26, 2004
Breath Taken: The Landscape and Biography of Asbestos
Exhibit of photographs by Bill Ravenesi, objects and ephemera showing the effects of asbestos. Organized by the Center for Art in the Public Interest.
DATES:
April 28 - June 30, 2004
Libby Art & Artifacts from the Heritage Museum of Libby
Libby artifacts.
DATES:
May 28 - June 24, 2004
Century of Change: Lewis & Clark Up Close
Impromptu exhibition following photography of the two Lewis & Clark murals normally installed at the Missoula County Courthouse for a National Park Service sponsored project.
DATES:
July 16 - July 24, 2004
Make Your Mark: Artists Draw on the Walls
Final event/exhibit in the Carnegie Building before renovation. Public invited to draw directly on the walls.
DATES:
August 05 - August 06, 2004
Gifts, Grants and Legacies: Recent Growth of the MAM Collections
39 works describe the many ways in which artwork arrives in the permanent collection.
DATES:
September 10 - October 09, 2004
Nancy Erickson: Recent Works
An exhibition of quilts, drawings and paintings by this internationally known painter and fiber artist.
DATES:
October 01 - January 07, 2004
Kristi Hager: Birdbath
Hager's elegant etchings reveal her acute sense of observation and demonstrate her ability to retain a single-object focus, in this case, the birdbath. The exhibition also includes a series of gouache paintings reflecting her observations of moving water in local rivers and creeks. Hager, who resides in Missoula, is a 2003 recipient of the prestigious Gottlieb Foundation Grant.
DATES:
October 15 - November 20, 2004


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