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Works of late Harold Stevenson, renowned artist, on display in Idabel, Oklahoma

A painting of a young Hispanic man by Harold Stevenson

Idabel, OK (October 23, 2018)—Several paintings by the late Harold Stevenson, as well as a matador suit worn by El Cordobes (the subject of one of his more famous paintings), are on display throughout McCurtain County. One painting, Mauro, is on exhibit at the Museum of the Red River until March 31, 2019. The suit …

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Museum to hold gallery walkthrough for newest exhibit

Idabel, OK (August 28, 2018)—The Museum of the Red River recently announced its main fall exhibit, Andean Textiles. The show features woven clothing, containers, and other textiles from the Andean region of South America. The exhibit opens September 11. A gallery walkthrough is scheduled for September 13 at 6:00 pm., which is preceded by a …

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Access to galleries limited

A large lowering an air conditioning unit in place on the Museum's new roof

Due to ongoing construction, there will be limited access to some of the Museum’s galleries until September 7, 2018. The following galleries and exhibits will be affected: Mary Bratton Curtis Gallery (Arts of the Southwest) Gregory H. Perino Study Area Lifeways Gallery The remaining galleries will be unaffected. The Museum’s scheduled programs and Learning Center …

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Museum of the Red River reopens; exhibit and program dates announced

Dino Campers watching volcanoes "explode"

Idabel, OK (August 7, 2018)—The Museum of the Red River has reopened following a temporary, construction-related closure in July. Due to the length of the closing, its summer exhibit, Arts of the Southwest, will remain on display until September 2. The show features a range of prehistoric, historic and contemporary art from the American Southwest. …

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