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Your Online Guide to 60 Artists, 60 Artworks, 60 Years: Celebrating the Archie Bray Foundation by Tammy Ravas   Tags: archie bray, archie bray foundation, art, art_exhibition, artist, artists, ceramic, ceramics, exhibition, helena, henry meloy, montana museum of art and culture, peter meloy, ravas, tammy, tammy ravas, tammy_ravas  

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Exhibit-related library resources

If you are a member of the UM community (faculty, staff, student), you can access these resources to locate more information related to ceramics. You can also access these resources in the Mansfield Library.

 

60 Artists, 60 Artworks, 60 Years at the Mansfield Library

From: Henry and Peter Meloy, Collaborations, photo courtesy of The Montana Museum of Art & Culture

From June 3rd through September 10th, the Montana Museum of Art & Culture is hosting the exhibit, 60 Artists, 60 Artworks, 60 Years: Celebrating the Archie Bray Foundation.  The exhibit features ceramic works by residents of the Archie Bray Foundation, UM alumni, and UM faculty

Along with the Meloy and Paxson Galleries in the PARTV Center, the Mansfield Library will also be displaying over a dozen ceramic works by brothers Peter and Henry Meloy.  These ceramic artworks will be located on the main floor (3rd floor) of the library.

Please explore this online guide to learn more about the artworks, the artists who created them, and potentially view more related works of art.  For instance, if you are in the Mansfield Library and viewing this site, or affiliated with The University of Montana as a student, staff, or faculty member, we have access to to ARTstor which contains more images of ceramic artworks!  If you are viewing this guide from off campus, please remember that you'll need to use your NetID and password in order to access these resources. 

Please feel free to contact me if you have any further questions about the exhibit.  Enjoy! 

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