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Little Art for Big People
Artists from across Montana have created these works especially with children in mind. Young visitors are invited to vote for their favorite; the artist whose piece has the greatest number of votes at the close of the exhibition will win a $250 Children's Choice Award.
DATES:
December 06, 1986 - January 08, 1987
The Well-Built Elephant: America's Roadside Eccentricities
In the 1920s and 1930s when there were fewer roads and vehicles on them than today, entrepreneurs attracted motorists by constructing such fanciful buildings.
DATES:
December 06, 1986 - January 15, 1987
Photographing Ourselves: Native American Photography
Photographing Ourselves, an exhibition of contemporary Native American photography, will be on view at the Missoula Museum of the Arts January 17-February 17, 1987. There have been many exhibitions utilizing Indian peoples as subject matter in photography by such artists as Edward Curtis. However, there apparently have been no exhibitions prior to Photographing Ourselves which have been originated by Native Americans.
DATES:
January 15 - February 28, 1987
Metalsmithing / Western USA
Metalsmithing Western U.S.A.
DATES:
January 22 - February 21, 1987
Out of the Mainstream: Visionary and Independent Art of the Northwest
A survey of art that exhists outside the mainstream art world, by artists responding to inner visions and independent aspirations.
DATES:
March 07 - May 02, 1987
Out of the Mainstream: Independent and Visionary Art of the Northwest
A survey of a significant group of people making art objects who have no academic training or little interest in promoting their art or fitting into "art circles."
DATES:
March 07 - May 02, 1987
Montana Draws
MONTANA DRAWS is a juried exhibit consisting of 29 pieces that were selected from a statewide show that originated in the Hockaday Center for the Arts in Kalispell, Montana.
DATES:
March 12 - March 28, 1987
R.V. Greeves: Western Bronzes and Drawings
Exhibition of preparatory drawings and sculpture by Wyoming artist, R.V. Greeves.
DATES:
April 04 - May 13, 1987
Primrose Center / Furniture
The Primrose Center is a private academy teaching furniture design and construction. The school, located in Missoula, was founded in 1979 by Steven Voorheis and is currently completing its eighth, and final year of operation
DATES:
May 09 - May 29, 1987
Description / Portrayal
An experiment in communication at the Missoula Art Museum
DATES:
May 23 - June 18, 1987
Western Places
This juried, all-media exhibition consists of art related to Western scenes and locales, both indoors and outdoors.
DATES:
June 27 - August 06, 1987
Montana Collects Montana
Montana Collects Montana, a traveling exhibition representing a research project developed by the Montana Art Gallery Directors' Association with the support of a Cultural and Aesthetic Projects Grant from the Coal Tax Trust Fund, is on view at the Missoula Museum of the Arts through August 13.
DATES:
July 09 - August 13, 1987
Constructions
Sculpture Exhibition at the Museum
DATES:
August 15 - September 16, 1987
Taller Grafica Libre de Oaxaca
Taller Grafica Libre Oaxaquena opens at the Missoula Museum of the Arts August 20. This exhibition represents an unusual opportunity for Montana arts audiences to become familiar with current techniques and imagery of a graphic arts workshop in Oaxaca, Mexico, and to meet and speak with the artists.
DATES:
August 20 - September 19, 1987
Annual Auction Exhibition

DATES:
September 26 - October 23, 1987
National Wildlife Photographs
The top 100 photographs from "National Wildlife" magazine's 1986 photo contest.
DATES:
October 31 - November 29, 1987
Shamans and Spirits
Shamans and Spirits: Myths and medical Symbolism in Eskimo Art is an important collection of 31 stonecuts, stencils, lithographs and engravings from the Canadian Arctic and is on display at the Missoula Museum of the Arts through December 13. The Canadian collection was assembled by the National Museums of Canada and Canadian Arctic Producers, an Eskimo cooperative. It is being circulated by the Arts and Services Learning Foundation and is supported in its Montana tour by the Montana Art Gallery Directors Association.
DATES:
November 05 - December 15, 1987


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