Dinosaur gallery reopens April 27

Acrocanthosaurus on display at the Museum of the Red River. (Front View)

Idabel, OK (April 11, 2019)—The Museum of the Red River’s construction project will reach an important milestone at the end of the month. All public spaces—including the Acrocanthosaurus Gallery—will open for the first time in three years. The Museum will hold an Open House Party on Saturday, April 27, to commemorate the event. Festivities begin …

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Registration for 2020 travel study program now available

General view of pyramids and cityskape from the Giza Plateau (on front side:)

Idabel, OK (April 9, 2019)—Henry Moy, Director of Museum of the Red River, will lead a ten-day study abroad program to Egypt in 2020. The trip includes visits to the country’s most recognizable landmarks and a cruise down the Nile. Moy noted that travelers will receive “unprecedented access” to recently opened sites. A deposit of …

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

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

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 official website, haroldstevenson.com. The Museum of the Red River’s exhibit …

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