October 2016 Exhibitions and Events:
Docent Guided Tour, participation included with admission, Every Saturday at 1:00 PM
Learn about the current exhibits from a trained Hockaday docent.
September 15 – November 5, 2016
Double Visions – Ron and Echo Ukrainetz
A visual interpretation from two perspectives of the unique history of Montana, with an emphasis on people, events, and the land that made it all happen. The exhibition will cover broad themes, from explorers like Lewis and Clark, the lawlessness of the times, industry, the land, and the people. Depicting landscapes, historical figures, wildlife, and lifestyles, Ron and Echo tell the story in imagery of the vibrant and exciting early days of Montana life.
September 15 – October 29, 2016
Mystery & Majesty: Native American Rock Art – Lee Silliman
Curator Lee Silliman’s black and white photographs tap into a few of the literally thousands of chiseled and painted constructions left behind by Native Americans upon boulders and stone walls. Researchers still struggle to untangle the ethnic history of this myriad of artworks.
Saturday, October 8, 2016
Crits & Croissants: A Saturday Morning Artists’ Critique
10:30 AM – 12:00 PM
Participation Fee: Members/Free, Non-members/$5
Bring one piece of your recently created artwork for a professional critique by October’s guest artist.
Thursday, October 13, 2016
Senior Tour & Tea Day
Free Admission for Seniors Age 60+
Complimentary coffee, tea & cookies, 10:30 AM Docent-led Tour
Wednesday, October 26, 2016
Batik Painting Demonstration with Echo Ukrainetz
6:00 PM – 7:30 PM
Participation Fee: Members/Free, Non-members/$10
Batik painter Echo Ukrainetz, one of the featured artists in the historic exhibit Double Visions, shares insight into her self-developed unique creation process.