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Takuichi Fujii (1891–1964), Self Portrait, 1935, oil on canvas, private collection, photo courtesy of Curatorial Assistance Traveling Exhibitions, copyright the artist.
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Jay Laber (Amskapi Pikuni/Blackfeet, 1961–2019), Bison, ca. 2014, mixed media, collection of Linda King and Corwin Clairmont, copyright the artist.
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Installation view of Jaune Quick-to-See Smith: In the Footsteps of My Ancestors, October 2017–March 2018, photo courtesy of Slikati Photography.
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Installation view of Harold Schlotzhauer: Living in a Good Dream, September 2018–February 2019, photo courtesy of Slikati Photography.
Now Open: Witness To Wartime

The Painted Diary of Takuichi Fujii

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Jay Laber: Reborn Rez Wrecks closes October 15!

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Bringing together audiences, artists and community to explore, inspire and celebrate the art of our time.

The Missoula Art Museum is currently engaged in 40 Forward, an innovative 5-year, $6 million dollar campaign which highlights the power of art and collaboration at the center of their mission, with strong recognition of cultural organizations as economic engines and magnets for community wellbeing for the next 40 years and beyond. While the 40 Forward campaign focuses primarily on building and maintaining MAM’s rich cluster of contemporary art programming, it includes the MAM CARES project. MAM CARES acknowledges the extent to which the Missoula Art Museum is embedded in the greater communities across Montana, and explores the ways in which resources can be shared, to improve access and preservation resources for more heritage collections in the local community and statewide.

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