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Montana Modern, A Celebration Of Mid-20th Century Architecture Around The State Comes To MSU

(Photo Provided By Architects, Page and Werner, 1960)

On January 16, Bozeman Historic Preservation Officer Courtney Kramer will present Montana Modern and the School of Architecture. The lecture will examine the relationship between Montana’s Modernism movement and the School of Architecture in Bozeman. The lecture will begin at 5:30pm in Gaines Hall and be followed by a reception in the display space at Cheever Hall.

The Montana Modern exhibit examines mid-20th century architecture around the state. The exhibit will be on display in Cheever Hall between January 14 and 30.

The exhibit, lecture and reception are free to the public.

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