MAM's exhibition program is a broad landscape that serves and represents diverse audiences and creative interests. Each year, 20 to 25 solo and group exhibitions rotate through six state-of-the-art galleries. MAM organizes and rents exhibits, develops programs through community partnerships, and welcomes the opportunity to review exhibition proposals.

For exhibition proposal guidelines, go to Art Submissions page.

MAM does not accept commissions on the sale of artwork but in support of artists, will put collectors in touch with artists or artists' representatives.

Stephen Braun: Hindsight and Foresight Are 20/20
Stephen Braun: Hindsight and Foresight Are 20/20
The exhibit includes large, narrative wall-based and free-standing sculptures, some of which encourage audience interaction, including pieces that spin and works intended to be walked directly upon, around, or through.
DATES:
March 03 - September 19, 2020
Love Letters to the Collection
Love Letters to the Collection
This special collection show focuses on the Contemporary American Indian Art Collection, which started in established in 1997 following a gift of prints by Jaune Quick-to-See Smith from the Rutgers Center for Innovative Print and Paper. Guest curators and visitors alike have the opportunity to interact and respond to works from the MAM collection as they are added to the Lynda M. Frost Contemporary American Indian Art Gallery.
DATES:
March 03 - December 31, 2020
Earthborn: 30 Seconds to 40 Moons
Earthborn: 30 Seconds to 40 Moons
Earthborn: 30 Seconds to 40 Moons features the photographs of Elizabeth Stone and Linda Alterwitz. Combining composite imagery, reflected light and "breathing portraits" the photographs come together to compose a story of environmental and personal health.
DATES:
March 24 - August 22, 2020
Laura Barrett: State of Grace
Laura Barrett: State of Grace
This exhibition is a survey of works by Laura Grace Barrett (1930-2017), including prints, collages, and paintings. This exhibition was organized as a statewide traveling exhibition by the Missoula Art Museum and is traveling under the auspices of the Montana Art Gallery Directors Association (MAGDA).
DATES:
May 12 - August 22, 2020
Jay Laber: Reborn Rez Wrecks
Jay Laber: Reborn Rez Wrecks
Jay Laber: Reborn Rez Wrecks features imaginative sculptures depicting traditional Native culture using found and salvaged metal by Blackfeet/Amskapi Pikuni artist Jay Laber, who passed away last year. The title is borrowed from the title of Laber's studio.
DATES:
June 05 - October 31, 2020


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