Hockaday Museum of Art
Opening this week, Images of an Idyllic Past, photographs of North American Indian life by Edward S. Curtis. Also, Rhythms with Nature, an exhibition of landscape paintings by Barbara Candelaria, the Hockaday’s latest Flathead Valley Featured Artist. Both shows open Friday, Nov. 19 with a reception for museum members from 6 to 8 p.m., and run through Feb. 12, 2000. At 302 Second Street in Kalispell. Call 755-5268.
University Center Gallery
A House a Year, an exhibition of ceramic wall hangings by Heath Bultman which explores the relationships between people and their living spaces. Runs through Dec. 10. On the second floor at the University Center. Call 243-4991.
Art Museum of Missoula
Miriam Schapiro: Works on Paper, a Thirty Year Retrospective, an exhibition of work by a pioneer of feminist art. The show is on view in all galleries through Nov. 24. At 335 North Pattee. Call 728-0447.
UM’s Gallery of Visual Arts
Offerings: Objects of Remembrance, group show of oil paintings on paper, focusing on spiritual significance and the transient nature of life. Runs through Nov. 23. At UM’s Social Science Building. Call 243-2813.
UC Conference Rooms
Waterscapes, photography from around the world by Darren D. Guyaz, in rooms 215 and 216. Also, Fresh Works, mixed media pieces by Jayne R. Piazza, in room 207. And Fire Lake Monoprints by Martha Elizabeth, in room 222. All shows on display through Dec. 15. Call 243-4991.
UC North Lounge
Into the Wild, mixed media on canvas by Greg O’Toole. Also, clay sculpture by Andrea Tuinstra, and mixed media sculpture by Daniel Kraus. All shows on display through Dec. 15. Call 243-4991.
Henry Meloy Gallery
Weaving For Freedom, a collection of contemporary Dineh/Navajo rugs from a non-profit art collective in Arizona. In the PARTV Building. Runs through Dec. 1. Call 243-2019.
Paxson Corridor Gallery
Drawings and Painted Constructions by Mary Ann Bonjorni. On view through Dec. 7. In the PARTV Building. Call 243-2019.
Rocky Mountain School of Photography
The Grand Landscape, a collection of color landscape photographs by Moab, Utah artist Tom Till. Runs through November. At 210 North Higgins. Call 543-0171.
An exhibit featuring wood-fired pottery by Helena artist Jeanette Rakowski, as well as mixed-media work by Bev Beck-Glueckert. At 111 North Higgins. Call 549-3596.
Papier-maché art by Bitterroot artist Mary Byers. Also jewelry by co-op members Monica Vandermars and Andrea Sloan. On display through November. At 306 N. Higgins. Call 721-5848.
The artist of the month is Jonathan Qualben, presenting new sculptures in concrete. Runs through November. At 190 S. 3rd W. Call 728-1358.
Confront, Assimilate & Transform, acrylic-on-canvas works by Paul Cunningham. On display throughout November. Call 728-8780.
Angels and Other Ideas: New Works by Bev Morse, a new exhibition of watercolors. On display through the month of November. At 111 N. Higgins. Call 542-1337.
Outward Glances Inward, stereo-photography sculpture by Jerry Stone. Also, a collection of black-and-white photography by Henrik Kam. At 123 West Broadway. Call 721-3154 for details.
Food For Thought
Group exhibition of work by the members of the Rocky Mountain Photo Club. At 540 Daly Ave. Call 721-6033.
Monte Dolack Gallery
Action Figures, 10 new black-and-white and hand-colored lithographs by Monte Dolack, works commissioned for the Adams Events Center. Also, etchings of Montana landscapes by renowned Simms, Mont., artist Jeff Walker. At 139 W. Front. Call 549-3248.
Portraits, still-lifes and landscape paintings in oil by Rebecca Velde. On view through November. At 529 S. Higgins. Call 549-2790.
New, three-year exhibition, Hallways to History: A Photographic Walk Through Missoula’s Past, featuring 90 historic photos on display throughout the mall’s three main hallways. Call 721-5140.
Fabric construction works by Dana Boussard, plus a group exhibition of furniture by local artists, including Richard Penziner, Sandy Volkmann, Lance Lerum, Tom Dolese, Tim Swanberg, Dave Schmidt, Randy Dollar, Gary Hawk, Jim Routzahn, Abbot Norris and Kent Perlman. On view through November. At 121 West Broadway. Call 721-5460.