Featured Acquisitions to the MAM Collection
Featured Acquisitions to the MAM Collection
Rotating display of artworks from the MAM Collection on view in the Goldberg Family Foundation Library
DATES:
April 18, 2018 - December 31, 2019
Harold Schlotzhauer: Living in a Good Dream
Harold Schlotzhauer: Living in a Good Dream
Schlotzhauer is a consummate artist who has created artwork for more than 50 years. The exhibition highlights a diverse array of works from the late 1960s to present, showcasing the continual progression of Schlotzhauer's unique vision of abstraction. Primarily a painter and printmaker, Schlotzhauer also makes sculpture influenced by his love of the outdoors and recreation.
DATES:
September 07, 2018 - February 09, 2019
Bently Spang: Fire/Water
Bently Spang: Fire/Water
MAM presents this two-part video installation by multidisciplinary artist Bently Spang (Tsitsistas/Suhtai [Northern Cheyenne]): "War Shirt #6-Waterways" (2017) and "The Last Word" (2012).
DATES:
December 21, 2018 - April 20, 2019
47th Annual Benefit Art Auction Exhibition
47th Annual Benefit Art Auction Exhibition
MAM's commitment to free admission, free expression, and free education is center stage at the 47th Annual Benefit Art Auction. Come preview all the artworks during the exhibition at MAM in January while you get ready to bid big for MAM.
DATES:
January 04 - January 30, 2019
Big Sky High School: Art Club Exhibition
Big Sky High School: Art Club Exhibition
MAM presents a view of local high school artists each year. In this dynamic exhibition, Big Sky High School art teachers Dustin Hoon, Chris South, and Tyra McDonald offer selected works from a group of motivated and artistically inclined students enrolled in Introduction to Art, Senior Studio, and upper division art classes.
DATES:
January 04 - February 23, 2019
In Praise of Folly: Five Artists After Philip Guston
In Praise of Folly: Five Artists After Philip Guston
Guston's iconic "Cigar" (1969), on long-term loan through Art Bridges, serves as the catalyst for five artists, Adrian Arleo, John Buck, Jaune Quick-To-See Smith, Richard Notkin, and Jay Schmidt, to create artworks in response to the political and racial content found in "Cigar" and to Guston's aesthetic practice.
DATES:
January 25 - May 25, 2019


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