Northcut Steele Gallery
Día de los Muertos (Day of the Dead)
A Cultural Legacy,
Past, Present & Future
Related Community Events
The Northcutt Steele Gallery, MSUB's Department of Art
& MSUB’s Program in Modern Languages
welcome Montana's Educators!
2018 Educator Conference
October 18–19, 2018
Skyview High, Billings
1pm Thurs., Oct. 18–1pm Fri, Oct. 19
"Great 24 Hour Print Out."
MSUB Art Education faculty Mara Pierce and MSUB art education students open the Printmaking Studio, 1st floor of Liberal Arts Building, LI116, to 2018 Educator Conference participants and to all MSUB faculty, staff, and students, as well as members of the community, to create prints around the theme of social justice awareness.
8–9:50am, Fri. Oct. 19
Día de los Muertos: Understanding its Cultural Legacy for Teaching
This workshop for conference participants offers a combination gallery walk through with Betty Avila, and a related hands-on experience with Dr. Rebecca Berru-Davis in the MSUB Drawing Studio. The workshop is designed to increase understanding and appreciation of the historical and contextual cultural expression of Day of the Dead in light of its recent popularization.
And More Community-Related Events . . .
4pm, Fri. Nov. 2
Family Night at the Gallery
Co-Sponsored by MSUB Junior Jackets and MSUB Center for Engagement, this event is
free for families of MSUB students, faculty, staff and alumni. The evening begins
in the gallery with a tour of the exhibition, refreshments, and a hands-on activity
for kids. The group will then proceed to Petro Hall for a 5pm screening of Coco.
6pm, Tues. Nov. 13
Peter Bratt's documentary Dolores, which is a portrait of labor and feminist icon Dolores Huerta who was an equal partner in founding the first farm workers union with César Chávez will be screened at ArtHouse Cinema, downtown Billings. Free to the public and co-sponsored by MSUB’s Women's & Gender Studies Center and MSUB Program in Modern Languages.