Sue Hart, 78, longtime faculty member at MSU Billings, died August 25, 2014, in Livingston, Montana, surrounded by her family.
Longtime Montana State University Billings English professor Sue Hart, admired for her sharp eye and ability to bring people together, died Monday morning in Livingston. She was 78.
When English professor Sue Hart arrived on the Eastern Montana College of Education campus back in 1961, the English Department was housed in a World War II barracks north of McMullen Hall and she taught classes that fall in the basement.
A Billings souvenir plate popular when the 20th century was young says a lot about how significant the YMCA was to the growing city.
“Fra Dana: American Impressionist in the Rockies” is a new contribution to the growing body of research on regional artists. An accomplished painter whose active period was brief, Fra Dana (1874-1948) has long deserved the attention that Valerie Hedquist and Sue Hart at last provide. Dana is…
Author Sue Hart has crafted a story about Montana artist Fra Dana that connects with almost anyone still breathing.
Sue Hart speaks at the Western Heritage Center on May 17 about her biography of Western artist Fra Dana.
Organizers of the High Plains Book Awards announced Thursday that 19 books have been chosen as finalists in seven categories.
VALERIE HEDQUIST AND SUE HART
Valerie Hedquist, co-author with Sue Hart on the book "Fra Dana — American Impressionist in the Rockies," will appear on the radio program "The Write Question" on Thursday.
Suggestions from the Enjoy Bloggers on events and activities to attend this week:
A series of speakers will address women’s issues in conjunction with the “A Mile in Her Shoes: Women at Work” exhibit at noon at the Western Heritage Center, 2822 Montana Ave.
North Dakota novelist and poet Larry Woiwode, the High Plains Book Awards emeritus winner, will be honored along with other award winners at a banquet Saturday evening.
I suspect that most Montanans will be somewhat surprised to find a book on Joseph Henry Sharp’s floral paintings. I certainly was. Or maybe I’m the only person in the state who has, up to now, associated Sharp with portraits of Indians, especially the Crow and Blackfeet in Montana and the tr…
Lynne Montague says the book club she belongs to has never had a special name. Members just call it The Book Club.
Detroit Red Wings skater Marty Pavelich, right, celebrates a Stanley Cup victory with his teammates in 1952. As a teenagers, MSU Billings professor Sue Hart was enamored by Pavelich and other Red Wings stars.
Name: Sue Hart.
Book-club selection: Lock wood's Lighter, Brighter Book Club's book for December is “The Shadow of the Wind” by Carlos Ruiz Zafon. It will be discussed at 4 p.m. Saturday. Call 248-3239 ext. 8 for more information.