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The Hockaday's 50th Anniversary - Celebrate the HeART of our Community

Artists Give Back 2018: Orphan Art Sale
Saturday, March 3, 2018
7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Tickets: Members/$15, Non-members/$25
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Artists Give Back 2018: Orphan Art Sale

Come join Montana artists and support the Hockaday's 50th Anniversary at our winter fundraising event, Artists Give Back 2018: Orphan Art Sale. Professional artists from the Flathead Valley and throughout Northwest Montana will have rare pieces from the artists' own archives available for purchase through a silent auction with a BUY IT NOW option. All works will be unframed, ranging in size from approximately 5" x 7" to 11" x 14".

This is a great way to start your original art collection or find a gem to add to your existing works, get to know some amazing artists, and support the Hockaday as it begins its 50th year in our community. Artists are graciously donating 100 percent of the sales to the Hockaday.

Light appetizers will be provided. Full cash bar available. Purchase tickets at the door or call the Museum in advance at 406.755.5268.

When: Saturday, March 3, 2018, 7:00 PM - 10:00 PM
Where: Grouse Mountain Lodge
Continental Divide Room
2 Fairway Drive, Whitefish, MT
Tickets: Members/$15, Non-members, $25

Participating Artists
Rob Akey
Shelle Lindholm
Richie Carter Jeff Manion
Nancy Cawdrey Dave Mihalic
Morgan Cawdrey
Rosella Mosteller
Bonnie Closson Wanda Mumm
Nate Closson Gini Ogle
Jack Dykstra Mark Ogle
George Garrity Jeanette Rehahn
Jack Hagel Tom Saubert
Gail Hansen Joann Sleadd
Colt Idol Jeff Troupe
Tabby Ivy Sally Vannoy
William Jasper Rachel Warner
Allen Jimmerson DeNae Weimer
Karen Leigh  

Sponsored by

Grouse Mountain Lodge 
Make it a date and stay at Grouse Mountain Lodge for $89/night!
 


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Help Us Celebrate!

In the fall of 1968, the nonprofit society originally knowns as the Hockaday Memorial Art Center was created by a group of forward-thinking community folk. On February 10, 1969, the Hockaday officially opened its doors in a temporary location on Main Street and then moved into the historic Carnegie Library building in the spring of that year.

We are asking our Museum and community members to share with us your stories, memories and old photos from your time at the Hockaday over the last 50 years. We will be sharing your memoirs, fun facts and other historical tidbits throughout 2018 as we move toward our anniversary party in 2019. Help fill our scrapbook!

Can you identify these artists?

Hockaday artists

If you recognize anyone in these photos, please let us know!

Please send stories, old photos or Museum paraphernalia to Emily Smith at communications@hockadaymuseum.org. If mailing or dropping off original items, please let us know if you would like them returned after the celebrations.

Mailing address:
Attention: Hockaday 50th Project
Hockaday Museum of Art
302 2nd Ave. East
Kalispell, MT 59901

 

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