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Movies at the Museum: Experience a Return to Mother Nature

Whether through canoeing, hiking, or camping, Frederic Remington was a man who loved the outdoors. The artist once wrote a friend, “if I had money enough I would live in a bark camp the year round.” The artworks on display in our current exhibit, Another Frontier: Frederic Remington’s East, depict landscapes with which the artist was familiar and personally enjoyed, from forested fields to choppy river waters. Join us this summer as we view movies that both celebrate and revere the roles of Mother Nature. Free--registration required for each film.