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Renaissance: Renewal and Renovation at the Missoula Art Museum
Small exhibition about the Renaissance Campaign to renovate and expand the Carnegie library.
DATES:
October 19, 2004 - January 08, 2005
Contemporary Glass
A rare opportunity for Montanans to see first-hand some of the most avant-garde developments in glass design and production.
DATES:
December 01, 2004 - January 08, 2005
33rd Annual Benefit Art Auction

DATES:
January 14 - February 03, 2005
Native Perspectives on the Trail: A Contemporary American Indian Art Portfolio
Native Perspectives on the Trail: A Contemporary American Indian Art Portfolio
New prints by 15 contemporary American Indian artists responding to the Lewis & Clark Bicentennial Commemoration
DATES:
February 11 - May 21, 2005
Gail Tremblay: Baskets
MAM will present the colorful and intricate basket of artist Gail Tremblay.
DATES:
February 11 - March 12, 2005
Peter Koch: Nature Morte
A native Montanan, who now resides in Berkeley, California. Koch addresses the Lewis and Clark Bicentennial through 11 large-scale, panoramic digital pigment prints.
DATES:
March 17 - April 16, 2005
Jeneese Hilton: Shadow Boxing
Hilton often uses animal and human imagery painted with bold, expressionistic brushwork to suggest how beliefs and attitudes affect life and the environment.
DATES:
April 20 - May 21, 2005
American Abstract Artists 60th Anniversary Portfolio
40 lithographs from the AAA portfolio recently donated to the MAM collection.
DATES:
May 27 - June 11, 2005
Roger Walker: Drawings
Walker's drawings are quiet and methodical, revealing elegant subtleties within pattern and repetition.
DATES:
May 27 - June 11, 2005
Bobbie McKibbin: Drawn West
"Drawn West" is an exhibition of landscape drawings by Bobbie McKibbin, a professor of painting at Grinnell College in Iowa. McKibbin is also a resident of Stevensville, and regularly travels from Grinnel to Stevensville by car, fueling her artistic exploration of the Western landscape.
DATES:
June 17 - July 23, 2005
Small Clay
"Small Clay" presents the work of five clay artists who work on a scale that invites intimate viewing.
DATES:
July 29 - August 27, 2005
Linda Ryan: Deconstructed Memories
Wyoming artist Linda Ryan's exhibition eloquently combines the concrete language of map-making with sculpture to form an installation that speaks of memory, home and place.
DATES:
October 21 - November 26, 2005
Mahjong All Day Long
A survey of recent work by artist Beth Lo in collaboration with her mother, painters Kiahsuang Shen Lo, aunt, calligrapher Luo Hui Yan, and sister, writer Ginnie Lo.
DATES:
December 02 - December 31, 2005


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