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Featured Acquisitions in the MAM Collection
Missoula Art Museum - Details
April 18, 2018 - February 22, 2020
Featured Acquisitions in the MAM Collection
Rotating display of artworks from the MAM Collection on view in the Goldberg Family Foundation Library and Travel Montana Lobby.


CONTINUUM: CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN INDIAN ART FROM THE MAM COLLECTION
Missoula Art Museum - Details
January 15, 2019 - October 01, 2020
CONTINUUM: CONTEMPORARY AMERICAN INDIAN ART FROM THE MAM COLLECTION
The Missoula Art Museum (MAM) and Salish Kootenai College (SKC) are collaborating to exhibit works from MAM's Contemporary American Indian Art Collection at the Three Woodcocks building on the SKC campus. The exhibition is guest curated by University of Montana art history graduate student Nikolyn Garner.


Missoula Art Museum - Details
September 01 - December 01, 2019
Laura Grace Barrett: A Survey
MonDak Heritage Center/Art and History Museum under the auspices of Montana Art Gallery Directors Association (MAGDA)


Teen Open Studio
Missoula Art Museum - Details
September 05 - December 19, 2019
Teen Open Studio
Times: 2-5 PM
MAM holds space for teens to work independently within a supportive community atmosphere. A teaching artist and mentor are present each session and materials are provided. Work on individual projects, complete art homework from school, or seek help on an art portfolio for college. Bring a snack and bring friends!


Ken Little: Trophy Room
Missoula Art Museum - Details
September 14 - December 28, 2019
Ken Little: Trophy Room
Trophy Room is a fun exhibit featuring works by Texas artist and longtime friend of MAM Ken Little. The intimate Shott Gallery on MAM's second floor is transformed into a curio collection of taxidermy
animals. Little makes sculptures by piecing used leather products, dollar bills, and other found objects onto taxidermy forms to give new life to the traditionally stiff and lifeless animal trophy mount.


Missoula Art Museum - Details
September 14 - December 28, 2019
From the Ground Up: The Postwar Craft Movement in Montana
The next time you drop into MAM to enjoy a reception, attend a multimedia performance, or engage with new ideas at a panel discussion, consider the history that shapes your experience of contemporary art in Montana. Senior Curator Brandon Reintjes, at the invitation of Glenn Adamson, senior scholar at the Yale Center for British Art, did just this as he researched the roots of modernist art in Montana for The Journal of Modern Craft, an international, peer-reviewed publication.


Missoula Art Museum - Details
September 15 - December 15, 2019
Jerry Rankin: Golden Sunlight
Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art under the auspices of Montana Art Gallery Directors Association (MAGDA)
Location: Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art under the auspices of Montana Art Gallery Directors Association (MAGDA)


Lunch Club
Missoula Art Museum - Details
September 18 - December 18, 2019
Lunch Club
Times: 12-1 PM
Bring your coworkers and friends for a lunchtime mini tour and conversation. MAM staff will lead a 30-minute art experience in one of our exhibitions. There will be a prompt to guide lively conversation while we enjoy lunch in the classroom afterwards. Bring your own lunch.


Missoula Art Museum - Details
September 20, 2019 - February 22, 2020
Lillian Pitt: Honoring My Ancestors
Lillian Pitt presents her newest artwork in Honoring My Ancestors, a solo exhibit opening at MAM in September. Pitt is celebrated
nationwide for making contemporary artwork in the deep tradition of Pacific Northwest Native American artists. Recent works in the exhibit include prints, masks, and a new series of Sally bags. Traditionally, a Sally bag was a woven basket used to gather roots, medicines, nuts, and seeds by Native American women of the mid-Columbia River region. The weaving technique is unique to this region with distinguishing motifs of human figures and animals. Created in blown glass and adorned with traditional shapes and symbols, Pitt's richly colored Sally bags honor the cultural legacy of her ancestors from the Wasco, Warm Springs, and Yakama nations as contemporary artworks.


Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain
Missoula Art Museum - Details
October 04, 2019 - February 15, 2020
Rick Bartow: Things You Know But Cannot Explain
Things You Know But Cannot Explain represents Rick Bartow's first major retrospective and a substantial contribution to the growing body of scholarship on contemporary Native artists.


Ancestors and Remembrance in the MAM Collections
Missoula Art Museum - Details
October 04, 2019 - February 22, 2020
Ancestors and Remembrance in the MAM Collections
Selection of work inspired by the theme of Ancestry


Missoula Art Museum - Details
October 12 - December 14, 2019
Cranium Origami
Times: 11 AM - 12:30 PM
The Cranium Origami Group hosts a free, intergenerational folding session aimed at introducing people to origami and helping advanced folders prosper.


After School Art Adventure: ASAA Series 2
Missoula Art Museum - Details
October 22 - November 26, 2019
After School Art Adventure: ASAA Series 2
Times: 3:45-5:15 PM
Create artwork inspired by MAM exhibitions. There is a short tour and a series of projects including drawing, painting, printmaking, and 3-D exploration. Receive a 20% discount if signing up for both series.
Teachers: Nikki Rossignol
Price: $60.00
Members: $54.00


Ellen Garvens and Barbara Weissberger: Perception
Missoula Art Museum - Details
October 22, 2019 - March 07, 2020
Ellen Garvens and Barbara Weissberger: Perception
Organizing exhibitions can be a complicated process. In the case of Ellen Garvens and Barbara Weissberger: Perception, MAM Associate Curator John Calsbeek and Senior Curator Brandon Reintjes contemplated the right approach, direction, and artists to create an exhibition focused on new approaches to photography at a pivotal moment when the medium is undergoing such drastic changes and broad redefinition.


Gallery Walk and Talk
Missoula Art Museum - Details
November 18, 2019
Gallery Walk and Talk
Times: 12-1 PM
Join MAM's Senior Curator and Educator Coordinator on an interactive gallery tour through From the Ground up: The Postwar Craft Movement in Montana. Armed with a sketchbook, a pencil, and a partner, there will be prompts offered to help investigate, discuss, and draw from this exhibition. What is Montana Modernism and how did it begin? How did a grassroots movement ripple out statewide? This will be a collaborative experience, celebrating the spirit of this particular group of artists.
Teachers: Brandon Reintjes and Jenny Bevill




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