‪Montana Museum of Art and Culture‬

تعليقات حول - ‪Montana Museum of Art and Culture‬, ‪Missoula‬

‪12:00 م - 03:00 م‬
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12:00 م - 03:00 م
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jer b
‪Bristol‬, كونيكتيكت1,855 مساهمة
‪Great building‬
سبتمبر 2019
‪The Montana Museum of Art and Culture is located in the PARTV building and has a couple of galleries of art. Unfortunately we visited when they were setting up a new exhibition in one of the galleries. The other gallery had a display of photographs which were visually stunning. There is a theater in this building too. We met a student who was manning the fort and he was very informative and made our visit even more pleasant. Depending on the time you visit parking can be an issue. We were fortunate that we visited around 6 pm. when professors had left to go home and the parking as open to the general public. Definitely worth a visit.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 17 سبتمبر 2019
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Taylor B
شيكاغو, إلينوي7,381 مساهمة
‪From Rembrandt to Warhol‬
أكتوبر 2018
‪The Montana Museum of Art and Culture is a University of Montana art museum with a collection of more than 11,000 objects, from Rembrandt to Warhol. Much of the artwork is of the contemporary American West. In fact, the museum's mission is to acquire and preserve art that expresses the spirit of the American West and its relationship to the world. Located in the Performing Arts and Radio Center on the University of Montana's campus in Missoula, its core holdings include works of art that describe the aesthetic development of the Rocky Mountain west, from historic European works, Southeast Asian collections, American impressionist works, contemporary Native American art, important ceramics works and public art. One of its most significant and recently acquired exhibits is the William A. Clark Collection. The Copper King and U.S. Senator, who died in 1925, bequeathed a collection of nine paintings--two by Jean-Charles Cazin, three by Jean Baptiste-Camille Corot and one each by Donatello, Jules Dupre, Jean-Honore Fragonard and Thomas Gainsborough. Another interesting exhibit is Between Wisdom and Knowledge--Contemporary Native American art. The permanent collections include works by such European masters as Rembrandt, Millet, Dou, Damier, Gerome, Piranesi, Boucher, Gericault and Delacroix. Also works by significant 20th century European artists such as Miro, Chagall, Picasso, Dali, Toulouse-Lautrec, Blake, Roth and Caulfield. There is so much to see. Try to take the time to see it all.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 8 أكتوبر 2018
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Curtis C
50 مساهمة
‪tried to see collections but just too difficult‬
بمفردك • مايو 2016
‪Over the years have tried to get more access to collections but due to the fact there is no dedicated facility at present, just too much work is involved to see anything. Also, with Missoula already having an art museum, it would make sense for the collections at the MMAC to be given to the existing museum so Missoulians, Montanans and art enthusiasts could have access to the collections.‬
كُتب بتاريخ 18 مارس 2017
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Grizingraz
‪Missoula‬, ‪Montana‬380 مساهمة
‪Always interesting and worth a visit!‬
بمفردك • نوفمبر 2014
‪This museum is located on the campus of the University of Montana. At this time, there is not one building dedicated to the museum, and so they operate out of several locations.

The main galleries, the Meloy and Paxson Galleries, are located in the PARTV (Performing Arts, Radio and TV) Center on the north end of campus near the Adams Field House. It's easily the tallest education building on that side of campus.

I have never seen an exhibition here that failed to make me reflect deeply. Past exhibitions have included (to name only a few) the Pulitzer Prize winning photographs, works by prominent Native American artists, a collection of Impressionism from Europe, and cutting edge and interactive art. Current exhibition includes a fabric installation from a locally raised now NYC artist in one gallery and a sculptural statement on slavery from a different artist.

This museum is free but donations are accepted and encouraged. Don't miss this fascinating small gallery when you visit Missoula!

Hours

Academic Year (roughly end of August-mid-May) Gallery Hours: Tues, Wed, Sat: 12-3pm; Thurs & Fri: 12-6pm
Summer Gallery Hours: Wed, Thurs, Sat: 12-3pm; Fri: 12-6pm

Parking

Limited free parking is available near the northwest corner of the PARTV Center. All day parking passes can be purchased at the galleries, Public Safety, The Source (University Center), and other outlets for just $3 per day.

Free UM Park N Ride Bus Shuttles stop near the PARTV Center. Passengers are picked up from several locations, including on Broadway near downtown lodging, every 15 minutes. The shuttle stops at the Adams Center, which is located directly across from the UM Performing Arts and Radio/TV Center (PARTV).

Hourly parking is available east of the University Center for $1 per hour.

Parking is free on weekends and after 5pm.

PLEASE NOTE: Construction on the new Student Athletic Academic Center has officially begun and will last through August, 2015. Traffic from South 6th Street towards the Adams Center, Parking Lot P, and Van Buren Street will be rerouted for the length of this project. Please visit UM Facilities Services/Current Construction‬
كُتب بتاريخ 11 نوفمبر 2014
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