Discover the joy of looking at art slowly, deliberately, and thoughtfully. Take an in-depth look at selections from the collection as visitors participate in lively discussions and enjoy teatime with fellow art enthusiasts. FREE. No registration required.
Whether you’re a lone ranger or a city slicker, come test your knowledge of the American West with our happy hour trivia. Enjoy drinks and win prizes while having fun with your friends and others. FREE. Participants must be at least 21 years of age. Because seating is limited, registration is required.
In this book club, participants will discuss the selected book while making connections to the collection and/or special exhibition. FREE. Because seating is limited, registration is required. The first 10 registrants receive a free copy of the book.
One day each year – April 11 in 2015 – people all over the world visit local museums and galleries to look at art slowly.
Join us for this summer film series as we view movies that explore key themes and topics related to our current exhibition. Refreshments provided. FREE. Because seating is limited, registration is required.
Learn to incorporate art into your classroom with hands-on activities. Free. Because seating is limited, registration is required.
The Museum has gathered and developed a variety of Resources to augment and support the experience of our various audiences: educators, adults, families, and children.
Our FREE lectures are designed to provide in depth and engaging information on a variety of topics, from experts in the field. Because seating is limited, registration is required.
Spend time in the museum gallery learning about arts and crafts of the American Frontier. Then further your connection with paintings from the collection through hands-on studio activities while enjoying refreshments and friendly conversation with fellow crafters. Because space is limited, registration is required along with a $10 supply fee.
On the Second Saturday of each month, join us for this FREE event, which includes a regularly scheduled public tour from 2:00PM - 3:00PM and a living history performance, after, which highlights the career of cowboy artist, Charles M. Russell.