Montana Modernists: Shifting Perceptions of Western Art details the work and careers of six post-World War II artists who called Montana home.
Peter Koch: The Book as a Work of Art Presented by Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art
Celebrated works from Koch’s five-decade career as fine printer, typographic designer, and revolutionary book artist are exhibited together for the first time in Great Falls, Montana.
Vandals Damage Ancient “Hellgate” Pictographs in Montana
Authorities are asking for information about individuals who have etched their initials into a pictograph panel at the Helena-Lewis and Clark National Forest.
First US Museum Show by Irish Artist Brian Maguire Opens at the Missoula Art Museum
Brian Maguire: In the Light of Conscience is a cross-section of the artist’s major series, which tackle human rights atrocities and conflicts.
Paris Gibson Square Museum of Art Presents Beyond Intention
This exhibition in Great Falls, Montana addresses the concept of intention in contemporary fiber art and its complex relationship with the history of women’s art as craft.
Study Art in the Northern Rocky Mountains at Montana State University
Explore new avenues in artistic practice and scholarship amongst a diverse cohort of peers while gaining leadership skills both academically and professionally.
The Pandemic’s Invisible Agent
Thin as one-thousandth the width of an eyelash, the malign virus appears to us in magnified images as a round glob of genetic material surrounded by a beady shell. The so-called crowns (corona in Latin) on its surface are its means of destruction.
A Photographer of Forgotten Men
Lee Nye’s subjects were the predominantly blue-collar patrons of Eddie’s Club, where he worked as a bartender between the late 1960s and early ‘70s.
Developer Bulldozes Frank Lloyd Wright Building as Preservationists Rushed to Save It
The demolition, which occurred overnight on January 10, came as a shock to preservation groups who had been working to save the building.
An Art Center Rises Out of 11,500 Acres of Montana Ranching Land
FISHTAIL, Mont. — At first it sounds like some sort of bizarre, art-related math problem: If you had 11,500 acres of land, how many large-scale sculptures would you put on them?