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Sep 20, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

Sep 21, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

Sep 22, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

Sep 23, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

Sep 24, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

Sep 25, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

Sep 26, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

Sep 27, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

Sep 28, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

Sep 29, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]

Sep 30, 2019

CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST HARRINGTON CHANGING GALL

2503 4th Avenue
Canyon, TX 79015
 
CATTLE, COWBOYS & CULTURE: KANSAS CITY AND AMARILLO, BUILDING AN URBAN WEST
HARRINGTON CHANGING GALLERY
February 23, 2019- December 2019
Cattle, Cowboys & Culture is a special exhibition by co-curators Michael Grauer, former Curator of Art and Western Heritage at PPHM, and Dr. Amy Von Lintel, Associate Professor of Art History at West Texas A&M University. This exhibition showcases the shared heritage between Amarillo and Kansas City through material objects and artifacts, including saddles, photographs, letters, architectural renderings other functional goods in the PPHM collections.
[From the PPHM Website]