The University of Montana Museum of Art and Culture will present the work of beloved Montana artist Monte Dolack as the inaugural exhibition of its 125th season. An opening reception for “Monte Dolack: The Artist’s Nature” will take place from 5:30 to 7 p.m. Friday, Jan. 17, in the UM Performing Arts and Radio/TV Center lobby. An alum of UM’s School of Visual and Media Arts, Dolack has helped define the nature and character of his home state of Montana for the past half-century. Along with Edgar Paxson, Charles M. Russell and Rudy Autio, he stands among those artists who have spread Montana’s fame worldwide. The exhibit “Monte Dolack: The Artist’s Nature” will run from Jan. 17 to June 20 in the PAR/TV Center’s Meloy and Paxson galleries.
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