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A Timeless Legacy: Peace Park 2018 - Discovery Series

Exhibition
August 14 - December 1

 A Timeless Legacy Premier Art Event

Saturday, August 11, 2018

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A Timeless Legacy Discovery Series

Date: Saturday, August 11, 2018
Time: 10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Place: Red Lion Hotel Kalispell, 20 North Main St., Suite 150, Kalispell, MT
*Registration: Members/$25, Non-members/$35

For tickets: Call or email the Museum to reserve your space today: 406-755-5268 / sstaso@hockadaymuseum.org

 

 

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About A Timeless Legacy Discovery Series

Participate in our education series for the 2018 A Timeless Legacy event. Enjoy a nice brunch setting while learning about the ins and outs of art collecting, from beginner to expert levels, and a broad overview of the history of art in the west, including collections from museums and galleries. Presenters include collector Loren Solberg and University of Utah art history professor Donna Poulton.

About the Presenters

Loren Solberg

Loren Solberg is a retired businessman, Montana native and avid art collector. He spent more than 20 years managing County Guaranty Title Company in Kalispell, and the last 14 years of his career were spent running the Teton County Abstract Company in Choteau, Montana, where he also held an annual art show featuring many pieces from his personal collection.

 

Donna Poulton

Donna L. Poulton's passion for the history, art and beauty of the American West stems from the culture and landscape of Montana, where her family has ranched for four generations. She lived in Germany for twelve years, studied at Boston University extension in Stuttgart and later received her Ph.D. from Brigham Young University. She was the curator of Utah and Western Art at the University of Utah's Museum of Fine Arts for eight years. She has published books and articles on Utah art and artists. Her most recent book, "Painters of Grand Teton National Park" was released in 2015. She has taught Utah art history at the University of Utah, lectures throughout the state and has served on the boards of numerous arts organizations. She currently serves as director of the Naoma and Hal Tate Family Foundation.

 


 

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