Mar
20
Wed
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 20 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Mar
21
Thu
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 21 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Popcorn Thursdays @ The Branch Center Tickets
Mar 21 @ 1:00 pm – 3:00 pm
Popcorn Thursdays @ The Branch Center

What’s poppin’? Come to the Branch Center in the UC for free popcorn every Thursday during spring semester.

Concert: Faculty and Guest Artist Series @ Music Recital Hall Tickets
Mar 21 @ 7:30 pm
Crossroads Project’s “Rising Tide” @ Montana Theatre Tickets
Mar 21 @ 7:30 pm
Crossroads Project's "Rising Tide" @ Montana Theatre

The Fry Street Quartet joins physicist Robert Davies on stage for the “Rising Tide” performance at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, March 21, in the Montana Theatre. An interdisciplinary collaboration joining science and art, the performance aims to inspire reflection, foster engagement and incite action at a pivotal moment for our environment.

Campus partners include UM Office of Sustainability, UM Entertainment Management program, the Montana IoE and National Science Foundation EPSCoR Cooperative Agreement OIA-1757351, UM College of Visual and Performing Arts, UM Dining, UM BRIDGES, and the ASUM Sustainability Center.

The show is FREE for students, general admission tickets cost $15. Tickets can be purchased at GrizTix.

Mar
22
Fri
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 22 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Mar
23
Sat
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 23 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

MMAC Exhibition: ‘The Evocative Moment’ @ Performing Arts and Radio/Television Center Tickets
Mar 23 @ 12:00 pm – 3:00 pm
MMAC Exhibition: 'The Evocative Moment' @ Performing Arts and Radio/Television Center
Through works spanning the artist’s career, this exhibition surveys Stephanie Frostad’s creative concern with myths and metaphors brought to life as pictorial realism. The storytelling tradition is vital to her mission: to create a truly democratic art. “As a narrative painter,” she states, “my objective is to present the essential elements of a story […]” In striving toward this aim, she builds pictures that are sometimes joyful, sometimes mysterious, uncanny, even dark.

In conjunction with the exhibition, Frostad will present a gallery talk at 5:15 p.m. Thursday, April 4, in the PAR/TV Center lobby.

During the academic year, MMAC’s gallery hours run from noon to 3 p.m. Tuesday, Wednesday and Saturday and from noon to 6 p.m. Thursday and Friday, and it is closed Sundays, Mondays and UM holidays. The museum is open to the public with a suggested $5 donation. Docent tours are available, although advance notice is recommended.

Learn more at https://www.umt.edu/montanamuseum/exeventsschedule/currentexhibitions.php.

Mar
24
Sun
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 24 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.

Mar
25
Mon
Display: ‘A Journey to the Pacific’ @ Mansfield Library Main Floor Tickets
Mar 25 all-day
Display: 'A Journey to the Pacific' @ Mansfield Library Main Floor

UM’s Pacific Islanders Club showcases its He Huaka’i i ka Pākīpika display on the main floor of the Mansfield Library to highlight indigenous adornments and cultural instruments. The display features ipu heke (gourd), hau skirts, ‘ulī‘ulī (feather gourd), pū‘ili (bamboo implements) and much more. The Pacific Islanders Club is dedicated to creating sacred spaces around campus and sharing its Aloha throughout the community. Come see the display during the month of March.