Friday, March 13, 2009
CALLS FOR ENTRIES
Art residency opportunities: Red Lodge Clay Center. Long-term residency applications due Aug. 1. Redlodgeclaycenter.com.
Moss Mansion Springfest: Juried arts and crafts show Saturday, June 6. For applications, 855-3387; 256-5100.
MSU-Billings Annual Art Auction Donated original works for April fundraiser. Due by 4 p.m. Monday, April 6. Send to: MSU Billings Main Campus, c/o Art Dept. (1st Floor LA Bldg.), 1500 University Drive, Billings, MT 59101. Kailee, 598-2787; William, 670-7145.
"Reclaiming Our Voices": Montana State University, Lewistown Art Center. Two- and three-dimensional mediums; effects of sexual and domestic violence, victims, community. April show. 406-535-8278.
Wyoming Short Film Contest: Wyoming Travel and Tourism offers $25,000 grand prize for digital films with Wyoming in storyline. Due by April 30. Filmwyoming.com.
Summerfair at Yellowstone Art Museum: Central Montana artists, artisans. Annual juried show Saturday-Sunday, July 18-19. Shannon Johnson, 256-6804, ext. 239; firstname.lastname@example.org.
Absaroka Fine Arts (AFA): Stillwater Trading. Absarokee. Works by Ben Stringer; reception, 5-7 p.m. Friday, March 20. Up through March.
Billings Nursery, Antiques & Art Gallery: 2147 Poly Drive. Works by Elliott Eaton, Jessica Durnell Smith, Lance Johnson.
Buffalo Bill Historical Center: Cody, Wyo. "Retrieving the Past: Favorite Photos from the Archives," "African Perspectives: Through the Eyes of Nancy-Carroll Draper." Artifacts from Paul Dyck Buffalo Culture Collection in Plains Indian Museum. Whitney Gallery of Western Art closed until June. 307-587-4771; bbhc.org.
Carbon County Arts Guild & Depot Gallery: Red Lodge. Annual Student Art Showcase; award ceremony, 1-3 p.m. Saturday, March 14. Up through March. 446-1370.
Children's Museum of Northeast Montana: Glasgow. "Honor and Culture: The Native American Star Blanket"; "Weather Watchers"; "From Grains to Trains"; "Arthropods: Crustaceans, Insects and Spiders … Oh My!" $2, adults; $1, ages 3, older; free, 2, young. 406-228-4386.
City Brew: 405 Main St. Watercolors by Evelyn Bergeron. Through March.
Cody Country Art League: Cody, Wyo. Woodworkers' Show; March 16-27. 307-587-3597.
Dawson Community College Art Gallery: Glendive. Jerry David Cornelia's "As I See It." Through Friday, April 3. 406-377-3396.
Deck the Walls: Rimrock Mall. Reception, 6-8 p.m. Friday, March 13. 652-5251.
Del Alma Gallery & Studio: 2507 Montana Ave. David Overturf's "People, Places and Things."
Dubois Museum: Dubois, Wyo. Charlie Moore Ranch Collection.
Frame Hut & Gallery: 1430 Grand Ave. Works by Michael Kosorok, Kira Fercho, Kevin Red Star, Jerry Inman, Carol Hagan.
Gallery Interiors: 2702 Second Ave. N. Works by Bob Barlow, Joseph Booth, Dennis Boyd, Loren Entz, Connie Herberg, Gerald Kindsfather, Betty McGlammery, Cynthia Mohseni, James Poulson, Sheila Reiman, Jeff Schaezle, Jessica Durnell Smith, Joe Trakimas, Montana Wildwood Bowls. 248-2001.
Garre Fine Art: Livingston. Works by John and Karen Garre. 406-222-7847.
Hardin Intermediate School: Hardin. ArtFest 2009, 6-8 p.m. Friday, March 20.
High Plains Women's Museum, Valley Building, 207 N. Broadway: Women's History Month presentations; 7 p.m. Tuesdays through March. Free. 861-4838.
Homesteader Museum: Powell, Wyo. "Diary of a Community: 100 years of the Powell Tribune"; reception, 4-6 p.m. Friday, March 13; up through May 1.
Huntley Project Museum of Irrigated Agriculture: 770 Railroad Highway, Huntley. Buildings, farm implements, artifacts portraying life on "the Project" from 1880s to late 20th century. 348-2533; huntleyprojectmuseum.org.
Jens Gallery and Design: 2822 Third Ave. N. "It Might as Well Be Spring"; reception, 6-9 p.m. Saturday, March 14. 697-0153.
Lewistown Art Center: Lewistown. Patse Hansen's "Brush Luscious." Through Saturday, March 28. 406-535-8278; lewistownartcenter.com.
Luxe: 1528 24th St. W. Glassworks by Ona Magaro.
MonDak Heritage Center: Sidney. Clint Loomis' "Visual Poetry." Through March.
Mordam Art: Livingston. Works by Parke Goodman.
Museum of the Rockies:Montana State University, Bozeman. "Tree Houses: Look Who's Living in the Trees," "Toys: The Inside Story," "Edward S. Curtis: The Artist as Ethnographer"; through Sunday, May 10. In Siebel Dinosaur Complex: "Dinosaurs Under the Big Sky." 406-994-2652; museumoftherockies.org.
Northcutt Steele Gallery: MSU-Billings, 1500 N. 30th St. "Language of Dislocation." Through Friday, March 20.
Northwest Gallery: Cabre Building, Northwest College, Powell, Wyo. Tawni Shuler's "Ecotone." Through Wednesday, March 25.
Prodigal Gallery: 2527 Montana Ave. Works by Edd Enders. Through mid-May.
Rustic Mountain Furnishings: 2905 Millennium Circle. Works by Michiko Conklin, John Langeliers, Chuck Kneib, Faye Urbanski, Jerry Rogers.
Ryniker-Morrison Gallery of Fine Art: Tech Hall, Rocky Mountain College. "Kaleidoscope II: All Student Juried Art Exhibit"; March 23-April 9. Works by Phoebe Knapp; through Friday, April 3.
Sandstone Art Gallery: 2913 Second Ave. N. Works by Laura Anderson, Jennifer Baretta, Thelma Senrud; reception, 10 a.m.-1 p.m. Saturday, March 14. Up through March. 656-0381; sandstonegallery.org.
Sola Café: Bozeman. Photography by Steve Hamner. Through March. 406-922-7652.
Tarri Thompson Studio at Level 504: 504 N. 20th St. Works by Dan Palagyi.
Toucan Gallery: 2505 Montana Ave. Theresa Gong, Gordon McConnell, Carol Spielman, Don Tiller and Steve Smith. Through March. 252-0122.
Trail End Historical Site: Sheridan, Wyo. "Wedding Belles & Beaux." Through December. 307-674-4589.
Westpark Village Senior Living Community: 2351 Solomon Ave. Jonathan Maxwell Beartusk's "Dance of the Sun." Through March.
Western Heritage Center: 2822 Montana Ave. D. Closed through mid-March. 256-6809; ywhc.org.
Wildlife Art Studio & Frame Shop: Roberts. Works by Dale Marie Muller.
Yellowstone Art Museum: 401 N. 27th St. "Ifs, Ands, and Butts: New Acquisitions by Freeman Butts and Other Regional Artists"; March 19-June 14. "Voices: Contemporary Ceramic Art from Sweden"; reception, 5:30-7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 26; up through Sunday, May 3. "A Western Icon: The Art and Stories of Will James and Bronzes by his Friend Charles M. Russell." 256-6804; artmuseum.org.
Yellowstone County Museum: 1950 Terminal Circle. "Hooves, Horns and Antlers." 256-6811.
Yellowstone Gateway Museum of Park County: Livingston. Northern Pacific Railroad photographs.
Yellowstone Medical Center Gallery: 900 12th Ave. N., second-floor concourse. Oils by Mike Kosorok, Ben Stringer. Through May 5.