Missoula Art Museum

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#hood things with my friends #art


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Art pt. 2


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Art pt. 1


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My favorite thing at the art museum today. Cedar bark huckleberry bag and cedar bark bundles. The bark bag was filled with cottonwood buds.


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C'mon let's celebrate together!


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John Baldessari, “Interference Effects,” Missoula Art Museum. #missoula #montana #conceptualart #johnbaldessari #missoulaart


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~I’m more interested in the architecture of this building than the art work it’s self~


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dandy: a person who places importance on physical appearance, refined language, and leisurely hobbies with the appearance of nonchalance in a cult of self. 🌻


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The good thing about art museums is that if the art is dumb the architecture is usually pretty cool. #artisdumb #artmuseum #missoulaartmuseum #mam #architecture #glass #brick #wood #light #angles


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John Hitchcock/The Shape of Things exhibit


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I Will Not Make Any More Boring Art. Part of the John Baldessari exhibit.


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Slow art #takefive


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Accompanied Maya and her class on field trip to the Missoula Art Museum. She liked the Native American art 🙂


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Associate Curator John Calsbeek and Registrar Jennifer Reifsneider get ready to hang the latest installation in the ongoing “Slow View” series, MaryAnn Bonjorni’s mixed media construction/painting, “Leg’d Mercury”. Clifford A. Smith gifted this piece to the MAM Collection in 1999. MAM is pleased to also have a selection of Bonjorni’s recent drawings in the Collection. You can find them in the online database at missoulaartmusuem/pastperfectonline.com. #5WomenArtists #MAM52 #vaultviews


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My favorite art piece at the #missoula art museum! #visitmissoula @connordangelo #selfportrait #cattlemarker wow!


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Today’s adventures with the #littlebirds #springbreak #missoulaartmuseum


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#Repost @missoulaartmuseum
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OPENING TODAY: “John Baldessari: Interference Effects, Selections from the Collections of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation”. Up through August, this exhibition traces Baldessari’s print innovations and artistic development from the 1970s, after Baledssari famously burned all of the artworks he made prior to 1967, to the present. MAM thanks Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation for exhibition loans and support. 🎨: “Cliche” series, 1995, Left-right: “Japanese (Yellow), North American Indian (Red), Eskimo (Blue)”, color lithographs and screen prints, Collection of Jordan D. Schnitzer and His Family Foundation.


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The love of my life, Jesse.


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Getting a little culture ❤️👍🏻#art #missoulaartmuseum @mstrjohnnie


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Be chill..


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Almost 20 yrs! Congratulations MATRIX Press! Such a great presentation by James Bailey last night at MAM. I finally met James Todd!


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