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Anonymous, Panama, Mola, 20th century, textile, Hoyt Family Collection.
Phil Korell, “Character Sketch of Sego Ridge,” 1974, pen and ink on paper.
July 15 to October 1, 2022 at the Meloy Gallery in the PARTV Center
This stunning exhibition features inspired folk and fine art from Mexico to Peru. The works include festival masks, sculpted saints, and brightly colored textiles and graphic arts that reveal the popular piety and aesthetic sensibilities of diverse communities across Latin America. In this show, we welcome the Hoyt family back to MMAC as they continue to share their remarkable collections with our community.
The MMAC is working on it's Fall 2022 Exhibitions, please check back for updates.
For information about educational programming or about scheduling tours for groups over 10 people, please contact Ashley Rickman at 406-243-2019 or by email at: email@example.com
For over 60 years, Montana architect Phil Korell has created buildings of exceptional beauty and integrity of design. Raised on a ranch outside Utica and educated at the University of Washington in traditional methods of design, Korell learned how to shape buildings in harmony with Montana’s distinctive Western landscapes and traditional culture. Korell created some of the state’s most distinctive buildings in the second half of the 20th and early 21st centuries.
The exhibition featured photographs, drawings and plans for Korell’s signature buildings, as well as examples of his fine art drawings and paintings.
April 15 through June 25, 2022 in the Paxson Gallery.
The Montana Museum of Art and Culture was recently humbled by the gift of a significant art collection of 125 works from Stan and Donna Goodbar in 2021. This collection helps reveal how artists interpreted the west during the 20th century. MMAC is proud to present a selection of these works featuring artists who made a living primarily as illustrators, both shaping and reinforcing quintessential myths about the West’s important archetypes, its settlers, cowboys and Indigenous inhabitants.
The exhibition will highlight artists who demonstrate the illustrative traditions of Western art and includes celebrated Montana artists like Ace Powell, Elizabeth Lochrie, John Clarke, Jo De Yong and O.C. Seltzer. The collection also contains works from artists of other western states such as California's Edward Borein, Will James and Olaf Wieghorst and modernists Frances Senska and Peter Voulkos.
February 14 through May 28, 2022 at Meloy Gallery.
The Montana Museum of Art and Culture, the state’s largest publicly-owned collection of art, aspires to be an inclusive organization that supports, collects, and represents creative expression that rises from the breadth of the human experience.
Our efforts are strengthened by welcoming people of every race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, class, disability, age, national origin, and citizenship.
The MMAC Collections Committee pledges to prioritize the acquisition of work by Black, Indigenous and people of color (BIPOC), LGBTQ+, women, and other historically marginalized artists.
We further commit to seeking broadly diverse leadership, input, and participation in all aspects of the MMAC Collections Committee's work.