Tuesdays through Saturdays, 12 noon-6 PM
Closed Monday, Sunday, and for all university holidays
Monte Dolack, Blackfoot River, Acrylic, 22'' x 32'', 1986,
commissioned by the Nature Conservancy.
March 24, 2020 5:30 PM Writers Respond: Judy Blunt and Heather Cahoon Respond to Dolack's Sense of Place | Masquer Theatre; panel discussion moderated by Dr. Rafael Chacón.
Celebrated authors Blunt and Cahoon offer their insights as creative women, educators, and Montanans on the work of this artist who has done much to shape the state’s identity and reputation.
This panel discussion took place without a studio audience and practicing social distancing guidelines. It was filmed by Missoula Community Access Television (MCAT) and will be posted on their YouTube channel. Stay tuned.
Public Lecture by Monte Dolack | Masquer Theatre
This public lecture will be postponed until further notice
The artist will speak about the trajectory of his career, focusing on his preoccupations with myth, narrative, and environmental concerns, over the last two decades.
The lecture will be preceded by a musical program by Professor Adam Collins and students from the School of Music, beginning at 5:00 PM. Seating is limited.