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Missoula Art Museum Photo 2018-05-24 17:03

We're framing up this luscious silver print, Sheep on the Cooney Ranch, South of Harlowtown, Montana, gifted by photographer John Smart in 2000, in preparation for a new installment of MAM's Art in Public Places program. Pop into the Missoula City-County Health Department at 301 W. Al...

Explore Missoula Art Museum in 3D - Missoula Art Museum 2018-05-23 15:50

Take a 3D virtual tour of the Missoula Art Museum and come see the current galleries for yourself—admission is always free! MAM is proud to host rotating exhibitions that act as a broad landscape to serve and represent diverse audience and creative ideas.


Missoula Art Museum Photo 2018-05-22 18:52

We still have summer art camp openings for kids, teens, and adults! Register online at missoulaartmuseum.org or by phone, (406)728-0447. We look forward to creating art with you this summer!

Missoula Art Museum Photo 2018-05-18 18:21

Few places in our world are more educational than museums. Unfortunately, there are millions of people with direct access to museums who have never visited one. Every year since 1977, museums all over the world provide FREE admission and activities for their communities. MAM is proud to particip...

Missoula Art Museum Photo 2018-05-18 18:06

First Friday, May 4: Molly Murphy Adams (Ogala Sioux) demonstrates how to use the "i-nigma" QR code reader app to read the story of "Anog Ite" embedded onto her beaded sewing box. Photo courtesy Slikati Photo + Video

Missoula Art Museum Photo 2018-05-17 20:23

Going to the Indigenous Film Festival this weekend at the Missoula Children's Theater? Check out a special display of six artworks from MAM's Contemporary American Indian Art Collection, including "This is Not a Coppertone Tan," a traditional basket design woven from non-...

Missoula Art Museum Photo 2018-05-15 20:06

In honor of Ichiro Suzuki's outstanding career, here's a woodcut from 2002 made by Missoula artist Dirk Lee titled "Ichiro Suzuki Walks to Work." MAM purchased the print from its 2003 exhibit, "Out of the Bullpen: Baseball in Contemporary Art." The exhib...

Jordan Schnitzer Family Foundation - Missoula Art Museum 2018-05-09 20:21

Neuroscientists are still wrapping their minds around this living Baldessari enigma, discovered recently while examining the benefits of conceptual art on the brain. Positive side effects include an expanded consciousness, a colorful alter-ego, and a lifelong appreciation for the exhibit &qu...
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The application deadline for MoMA Teens's In the Making summer courses is a few days away! Don’t miss out on the chance to spend the summer in free hands-on studio art courses exploring everything from large-scale sculpture, ceramics, abstract painting, audio/video production and more. Meet new people, learn art-making techniques, experiment with new materials, and explore the world of modern and contemporary art. No previous experience necessary! Apply at mo.ma/inthemaking

Middle East Fine Arts Photo 2018-05-24 14:28

Palestinians farmers who forced out from their villages by israelie terrorism in 1948. The 1948 Palestinian exodus (it was not exodus as the wikipedia stated but it was a terrorism act ─ by Hagana and other sionest groups ─, also known as the Nakba (Arabic: النكبة‎, al-Nakbah, literally "disaster", "catastrophe", or "cataclysm"), occurred when more than 700,000 Palestinian Arabs fled or were expelled from their homes, during the 1948 Palestine war. Between 400 and 600 Palestinian villages were sacked during the war, while urban Palestine was almost entirely extinguished. The term "nakba" also refers to the period of war itself and events affecting Palestinians from December 1947 to January 1949.

National Gallery Photo 2018-05-24 14:03

Goya's admiration for the Duke of Wellington is apparent from the liveliness and sympathy of his three portraits of the Duke. This portrait was first painted after Wellington's entry into Madrid, and modified two years later after he received further honours. Admire the medals and the man in Room 39: http://bit.ly/2rla1M5 Have you read our #BookoftheMonth for May? With more than 60 outstanding portraits, including drawings and miniatures, discover more of Goya’s technical and stylistic achievements here for only £25: http://bit.ly/2EenOZd

Photos from Saatchi Gallery's post - Saatchi Gallery 2018-05-24 11:13

Happy Birthday Richard Wilson! Born #OTD in London in 1953, we are enjoying a #TBT to his work '20:50' which remained in the #SaatchiGallery collection for 30 years after being first exhibited at Matt’s Gallery, London in 1987. Shown here at four different locations, '20:50' was put on permanent display at the Saatchi Gallery, Boundary Road in 1991, reinstalled at the Saatchi Gallery, County Hall in 2003, before moving to Saatchi Gallery, Duke of York’s Headquarters in 2008. #RichardWilson #Sculpture #Installation #ContemporaryArt #Art