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Museum seeks art by internationally-recognized artist Harold Stevenson for exhibit

Harold Stevenson on the roof of his first apartment in Paris France, circa 1962. Photo by Augusto Meneses

Update: Exhibit set for March 10 to June 7, 2020. Idabel, OK (April 4, 2019)—Harold Stevenson (1929 – 2018) is McCurtain County’s most famous artist. He displayed his work in museums throughout the world, including the Louvre in Paris, France and the Guggenheim in New York City. More information about Stevenson is available on his …

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Over forty native American cradles now on display at the Museum of the Red River

Woman looking a native American cradle

Idabel, OK (February 13, 2019)—The Museum of the Red River’s latest exhibit, Native American Cradles, is now open. The show features a range of cradles from most of North America. According to Museum curator Daniel Vick, “cradles are one of the most striking symbols of native American childhood”. He noted that they were made “only …

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Museum’s newest exhibit features works by internationally-recognized artists

A pair of small animals, possibly deer, painted by Acee Blue Eagle

Idabel, OK (November 16, 2018)—The Museum of the Red River’s current exhibit, Recent Acquisitions, includes works by Toshiko Takaezu, Chase Kahwinhut Earles, Acee Blue Eagle, Mayumi Makino Kiefer, and others. The show also features ethnographic art from around the world. The items were selected from the 650 objects the Museum obtained within the past year. …

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