The Department of Art’s Starving Sculpture and Ceramics Students (SSCS) will be holding their 22nd Annual Christmas Sale and juried Show December 4-6. The Sale will take place in the Ceramics Studio in the Art Annex next to the Adams Center on the UM Campus. The Sale will include Ceramics, Sculpture, and Glass pieces made by students and faculty.
The Juried Show Featuring Ceramics and Sculpture will be Juried for awards by Missoula Artist Lela Autio
Schedule of events is as follows:
Thursday, December 4
4pm-7pm Opening Celebration
5pm Awards Presentation
Friday, December 5
9am-7pm Sale continues
Saturday, December 6
9am-5pm Sale continues
Proceeds from the sale go to the Starving Sculpture and Ceramics Students (SSCS). Funds will be used for student projects, such as purchasing equipment, scholarships, visiting artists, student travel to conferences. This event is free and open to the public. For more information please call Professor Trey Hill at 243.5424
The University of Montana and the University Center Gallery would like to inform the general public and artistic community at large of the upcoming exhibition by Oregon-based artist Ianclark. The show is titled New and Old Marks and will feature photographic, sculptural, and mixed media works. The opening reception will be held on Thursday, December 4, from 5-8pm.
Clark’s recent works explore themes of textural, cultural, and environmental decay.
The artist reveals a very close attention to detail, creating beautiful images that make strong use of color and (in his photographs) a very narrow depth of field. Clark is visibly attracted to texture and abstraction, which he explores through a unique, minimalist aesthetic.
The Missoula Art Museum will host it exhibition, “ANTIQUE QUILTS: UNIQUE PATTERNS AND SHAPES” from December 5th to the 31st. This festive, antique quilt collection is a selection of 16 works from the Jim and Kate Carroll Collection. Viewers will enjoy a variety of hand-quilted traditional and symmetrical patterns featuring stylized flowers and figures, with a decidedly pastel palette. Many of these 19th and early 20th century quilts are baby quilts.
MAM recognizes and wishes to celebrate the influence of this historic craft and its connection to many contemporary expressions. This traveling exhibition is sponsored by Copper Village Art Center in Anaconda under the auspices of the Montana Art Gallery Directors’ Association (MAGDA).
Contact: For more information please contact the Missoula Art Museum at 406-728-0447, visit the MAM or contact Stephen Glueckert, Exhibitions Curator, email@example.com, 406.728.0447 x226.
Be sure to attend the Department of Art’s exhibition “Robert DeWeese: A Look Ahead” in the Gallery of Visual Arts. The exhibition, comprised of selections from the Robert DeWeese Collection at the Holter Museum of Art, is organized by the Holter Museum and tours under the auspices of the Museum and Art Gallery Directors Associations-Montana (MAGDA). CLOSES DECEMBER 11th. CHECK IT OUT!