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The Wide Open
The Wide Open
The Wide Open is an exhibition featuring three of the most accomplished contemporary photographers working today: Lee Friedlander, Lois Conner and Geoffrey James. The works in this exhibition comprise the artist's interpretations of the high plains of Northeastern Montana where the American Prairie Reserve is being created.
DATES:
September 05, 2008 - January 18, 2009
Elk Dogs
Elk Dogs
This exhibition is focused on contemporary horse imagery created by contemporary American Indian artists.
DATES:
October 08, 2008 - February 21, 2009
Tina Hoggatt and Jeffry Mitchell: Shiny, Happy, Pretty
Tina Hoggatt and Jeffry Mitchell: Shiny, Happy, Pretty
This exhibition is a collaborative project that is inspired and anchored by a recently completed artist book entitled What is the Panda to You by Tina Hoggatt and Jeffry Mitchell. In addition to a collaborative multimedia installation, individual works from each of these artists will be featured in the Silver Gallery.
DATES:
November 07, 2008 - January 31, 2009
37th Benefit Art Auction
37th Benefit Art Auction
MAM is honored to host the 37th Benefit Art Auction. This important benefit auction Missoula's longest running and is critical for MAM to continue serving its 40,000 visitors each year.
DATES:
January 09 - February 15, 2009
Hellgate Senior Studio Art Exhibition
Hellgate Senior Studio Art Exhibition
Through the act of working in a shared studio environment, Hellgate Senior Studio artists conceive and execute their own projects using a broad spectrum of artistic mediums including drawing, painting, printmaking, ceramics, sculpture, photography and mixed media.
DATES:
January 20 - March 01, 2009
Engaged Abstraction: John Armstrong Recent Works
Engaged Abstraction: John Armstrong Recent Works
These recent works by Master Printer John Armstrong highlight his strengths as an artist and printmaker. The 21 works that comprise the exhibition were selected from Armstrong's recent body of works by MAM's Curator Stephen Glueckert.
DATES:
February 06 - May 23, 2009
Prints from the Armstrong-Prior Studio
Prints from the Armstrong-Prior Studio
Armstrong's collaborative approach to printmaking is one of the characteristics highlighted by the Armstrong-Prior Inc. Archives.
DATES:
February 06 - May 23, 2009
Sign Language: The Pop Art of Sister Corita
Sign Language: The Pop Art of Sister Corita
Kent was an activist in the 60's and was known as a poet-artist. This is the first time the MAM has shown this collection of works.
DATES:
February 27 - June 28, 2009
A Snowman Cares for our Memory of Water: M.A. Papanek-Miller
A Snowman Cares for our Memory of Water: M.A. Papanek-Miller
The work in this exhibition utilizes line and a variety of mixed media processes with a strong vocabulary of painting. A deep spiritual attitude is revealed in this work as Papanek-Miller studies the philosophical nature of time and the conflict of popular culture clashing with a concern for the earth.
DATES:
March 06 - June 14, 2009
Marie Watt: Heirloom
Marie Watt: Heirloom
Internationally known artist Watt states of her upcoming exhibition, I am still working with the notion of heirlooms, and the cameo as a heirloom-like vehicle for my image making."
DATES:
March 19 - June 28, 2009
Kerri Rosenstein
Kerri Rosenstein
Kerri Rosenstein's first major museum exhibition emphasizes the contemplative nature of her multifaceted approach to art-making.
DATES:
June 05 - August 30, 2009
Missoula Art Museum's 2009 Montana Triennial
Missoula Art Museum's 2009 Montana Triennial
Missoula Art Museum's first 2009 Montana Triennial features the artwork of emerging and established professional artists living and working in the state of Montana. The exhibition consists of 88 works created by 60 artists, and represents a full range of media, style, and theme.
DATES:
June 26 - September 24, 2009
Partly Cloudy: Missoulian Weather Drawing
Partly Cloudy: Missoulian Weather Drawings is a selection of 60 drawings culled from hundreds that editor Lynn Schwanke had received in 2007-08.
DATES:
June 26 - September 20, 2009
Anne Appleby: Here We Are
Anne Appleby: Here We Are
The exhibition will showcase several important early works, accentuating the development and approach of this celebrated artist. Appleby's work has always been reductive of and clearly inspired by the natural world.
DATES:
July 08 - November 22, 2009
Alexia Beckerling: Helmville
Alexia Beckerling: Helmville
Photojournalist Alexia Beckerling spent a great deal of time in recent years in Helmville, MT developing this body of work. Beckerling states, There are signs of change. But the Helmville community remains faithful to its traditions and has resisted the disintegration of rural life endemic in other Montana counties."
DATES:
July 08 - October 04, 2009
Family Gifts: Works by Freeman Butts
Family Gifts: Works by Freeman Butts
MAM is deeply indebted to the Freeman Butts family and wishes to thank Daisy Butts for her faithful support of MAM. We are also deeply grateful to Ray Campeau, Butts' longtime friend, in helping facilitate this important gift.
DATES:
September 04 - December 31, 2009
Roger Shimomura: Minidoka on My Mind
Roger Shimomura: Minidoka on My Mind
Roger Shimomura's paintings and prints, including this series, Minidoka on My Mind, address social and political issues of Asian America.
DATES:
October 02 - December 31, 2009
Teresa Tamura - Made in Minidoka: The Incarceration of Japanese Americans in Idaho
Teresa Tamura - Made in Minidoka: The Incarceration of Japanese Americans in Idaho
In 2001, Tamura heard artist Roger Shimomura lecture about his paintings based on the journals his grandmother kept while interned at Minidoka. Tamura,was inspired to depict a sense of the place and the life of internment at Minidoka.
DATES:
October 02 - December 31, 2009


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