SAVE THE DATE FOR THE 2018 YOUTH ELECTRUM EXHIBITION!Read More
The exhibition EITHER OR is interested in fabricated culture and self-identity, it's chief wager resides in a sense of the authentic and transformative hidden somewhere within the layers of contemporary experience.Read More
In April of 2017, the Holter Museum of Art was gifted 31 Al Hirschfeld lithographs from Ken and Marie Lawrence of Arizona.
On view: January 19 - April 12, 2018Read More
It’s Crowded in Space is a continuation of a social/visual experiment. Viewers are brought into a gallery full of blank panels that have been laid out and masked in a way to begin to guide a visual conversation. This particular conversation will be started and finished in a single day of collaborative printing between artists and participants. The resulting works will serve as a referent to the shared experience.Read More
CAVE is a collaborative artscience project that merges the ‘mind’ of 35,000 year old cave art with state-of-the-art brain research. An interdisciplinary research team composed of faculty and student artists and scientists from Montana State University and the University of Missouri, Kansas City has created a truly interactive installation in which light and sound elements are controlled by participant brainwaves.Read More
A photographic interpretation of individuals inhabiting the streets of Phoenix, LA, San Francisco, Seattle, Portland, and Helena, MT. Begler uses film to capture these moments, revealing the vision and experience of human connection created before and during exposure.Read More
Helena artist Bonnie Lambert utilizes photography and collage to construct photographic narratives. Many of her works prove autobiographical, incorporating fictions of the artist’s making.Read More
The Montana Museum of Art and Culture at The University of Montana brings Close to Home, a national traveling exhibit of photographs by Dr. Richard Buswell, to the Holter Museum of Art.
This national traveling exhibition represents a new body of work by the fourth generation Montanan. Buswell has been photographing Montana settlement sites, ghost towns and frontier homesteads for over forty-one years.Read More
Abstraact painter Kage Harp and sculptor Kelly Moncur showcase their collaborative multimedia works in "RAW - Primal Abstract Expressions". These explorers of the inner world reveal what happens when artists open their imaginations to the gritty and raw interior from which all human experience emerges.Read More