The "Montana Modern" exhibit, which examines mid-20th century architecture in the Treasure State, will be on display through January 30 in the Cheever Hall gallery.

Developed by Montana's State Historic Preservation Office, the "Montana Modern" interprets Montana's Modernist architectural legacy of the 1950s, '60s, and '70s with architectural drawings, historic and contemporary photographs and text panels. Text panel topics include the Modernist aesthetic and philosophy, the movement's historic context in the U.S. and Montana, the pioneering use of building materials and technology, and the state of historic Modernist buildings today.

"Montana Modern" will be on display through January 30 in Cheever Hall. Entrance to the exhibit is free and open to the public. The exhibit is offered in partnership with the MSU School of Architecture, the Montana Historical Society, CTA Architects and Engineers, and Bozeman's Historic Preservation program.