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.

Featured Acquisitions in the MAM Collection
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.
DATES:
April 18, 2018 - February 22, 2020
CLARICE DREYER: IN THE GARDEN
CLARICE DREYER: IN THE GARDEN
Dreyer has never had an outdoor solo exhibit of her cast sculptures in her home state, and MAM is pleased to now have a dedicated exterior gallery designed by a landscape architect for art to showcase this exceptional work.
DATES:
May 14 - October 05, 2019
BORDER CANTOS | SONIC BORDER RICHARD MISRACH | GUILLERMO GALINDO
BORDER CANTOS | SONIC BORDER RICHARD MISRACH | GUILLERMO GALINDO
This exhibition examines issues surrounding dislocation and forced migration and investigates political versus cultural boundaries and human rights.
DATES:
May 28 - September 21, 2019
Ken Little: Trophy Room
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.
DATES:
September 14 - December 28, 2019
From the Ground Up: The Postwar Craft Movement in Montana
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.
DATES:
September 14 - December 28, 2019


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