News and Events | Montana Museum of Art & Culture | June 2010
 
 
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ON VIEW June 11 - August 7, 2010

MMAC celebrates Glacier National Park's strong aesthetic legacy as seen through traditions of the Amskapi Pikuni (Blackfeet), and the artist patronage of the Great Northern Railway. The exhibition features a rare war record that originally adorned Many Glacier Hotel; tipi designs by Jessie Wilber; works by Elizabeth Lochrie and Branson Stevenson; photographs by Tomer J. Hileman, Edward S. Curtis, Roland Reed, Arthur Dailey, Fred Kiser; and paintings by John Fery, Julius Seyler, O.C. Seltzer, Carl Link and Winold Reiss.
 
Images: (Top) Julius Seyler, Blackfeet Raiders of the Plains, ca. 1913, oil on board, 27.5 x 29 inches, Gift of Hans and Betty Kotzinger; (Above) Hedrich-Blessing Studio photograph (Glacier Park and the Great Northern Railway) negative number 7995-F, ca. 1960, 7 x 9 inches, Collection of Jon and Anne Bertsche
HAPPENINGS
 
Dr. William Farr
Friday, June 11, 5 - 7pm, Meloy & Paxson Galleries
Opening reception featuring live music and food

Thursday, June 24, 7pm, Montana Theatre
Dr. William E Farr lecture, Julius Seyler: an Impressionist Painter in Glacier National Park
 
Wednesday, July 21, 7pm, Meloy Gallery
Dr. Rafael Chacn lecture, Artists of Glacier Park
 
 
Pictured is Dr. William Farr, UM Professor of History, who will give a lecture on June 24th in the Montana Theatre
FAREWELL to the Cast Iron Art Exhibition
  
Photos of Cast Iron exhibition, opening and musician Dan Dubuque
 
The Western Cast Iron Art Conference Exhibition ended at the Montana Museum of Art & Culture this past Saturday, May 29. MMAC was delighted to be a part of the wider effort to celebrate and display this unique art form. 

We had a wonderful turnout at our opening reception. More than 200 conference attendees and others dropped in to see the works of keynote artists Elizabeth Kronfield and Matthew Wicker and enjoy the music of local artist, Dan Dubuque.

Many thanks to our partners, especially Professor Brad Allen and Chair Julia Galloway of the UM Department of Art. Thanks to the other venues including Missoula Art Museum and Studio/Gallery.


 
 
 
 
Images: (Top) Folks from the WCIA Conference enjoy the opening reception on May 6, 2010; (Middle) Dan Dubuque entertains the crowd; (Bottom) Patrons view artist Matthew Wicker's works inside the Meloy Gallery. 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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