Archive: Event Venue: National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum
Brummell Echohawk’s portrait of Japanese-American soldier Fred Morohashi evokes one of the most inspiring accounts in American history: The story of the 100th Infantry Battalion (Separate). Formed in the wake of the attack on Pearl Harbor, this segregated Army unit of Japanese-Americans proved... Read More
Born into the Pawnee Nation in 1922, Brummett Echohawk was strongly influenced by his tribal heritage and family traditions. He served honorably in WWII, developed his gift as an artist in a variety of fields and successfully pursued acting, writing and public speaking. Echohawk’s diverse... Read More
Join us for sensory-friendly playtime at The Cowboy. Take a break from gallery adventuring and stop in to learn a dance geared toward all people with all abilities under the instruction of Aspiring Attitudes dance instructors! These playdates provide opportunities for families and kids to enjoy the... Read More
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This round Jacaranda twill basket is perfect for keeping all your favorite little things, from pinecones to postcards. Led by BasketWeavers Guild of Oklahoma. Basket has a solid wood base measuring... Read More
Brummett Echohawk’s World War II drawings capture scenes from the battlefield as well as portraits. Despite no formal artistic training, his talent is immediately recognized when viewing these engaging works of art. Denise Neil, Ph.D. will lead this presentation on the artistic quality of the... Read More
The celebration will be held outside with authentic German music from the renowned AlpenMusikanten, a selection of German brews, food from The Jones Assembly, dancing, lawn games and a competition for best traditional German attire.
For ages 21 and... Read More
This powerful exhibition features artifacts, photographs and documents depicting the work and skills of Black cowboys. Black Cowboys: An American Story offers insight into legendary cowboys, a clearer picture of the Black West and a more... Read More
September 22, 2023 - January 2, 2024
Supported by the King Ranch which offered the artist access to the ranch, the paintings in the exhibition, King Ranch: A Legacy in Art, Paintings by Noe Perez present evocative visual... Read More
Join us for the 2023 Heroes & Legends Celebration hosted by National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum on Saturday, September 9, 2023!
The PBR Heroes & Legends Celebration honors a recipient of five prestigious awards each year at the PBR World Finals. The Ring of Honor, the Sharon... Read More
In an effort to document his Pawnee warrior’s story, Brummett Echohawk sketched both the brutality of combat and the common humanity of soldiers. Echohawk formed part of a massive Allied force that unleashed devastating destruction on the enemies of freedom, but from Echohawk to Eisenhower, from... Read More