Storytelling Saturdays

Storyteller Teresa Webb

Meet Teresa Webb (Anishinaabe) and hear about Native American cultures through stories and songs, accompanied by flute, drum and rattle. 

UPCOMING DATES:
Every Saturday
1 p.m.



Actress & Storyteller Joanna Winston

Hear the amazing true stories of two prominent African-Americans in the West: Stagecoach Mary Fields and mountain man, Jim Beckwourth, as told by actress and storyteller, Joanna Winston.

UPCOMING DATES:
Every Saturday
1, 2, 3, 4 p.m.


One of many programs made possible, in part, by the museum's annual Buckaroo Bash fundraiser.


Festivals and Events

Photographer Seminar: Dave Stoecklein

  • Date(s):  February 02, 2013
  • Time:  2:00 PM – 4:00 PM

David Stoecklein launched his photography career by taking lifestyle shots of skiing, fishing, hiking, and biking, landing assignments for companies such as Coca-Cola, Ski Magazine, L.L. Bean, Reebok, Timberland and Scientific Angler. It was not long, however, before he turned his lens to his neighbors on the great ranches of the West.

Stoecklein’s fascination with the ranching heritage of the American West led him to befriend, and subsequently photograph, the men and women still breathing life into the mythical figure of the cowboy. David’s passion for preserving the traditions and beliefs of the country’s honest, hard-working cowboys and cowgirls gradually earned him their respect. With that respect came an open invitation to share in their lives, and the great responsibility to honor their trust.

Stoecklein contributes and works closely with publications, such as Western Horseman, Farm and Ranch Magazine, Cowboys and Indians, Working Ranch magazine, Orvis, Outdoor Photographer, Digital Photographer, Big Sky Journal and many more. Dave’s original photographs reside in many personal collections as well as museums and galleries around the world.

One of the accomplished master photographers in Canon’s “Explorers of Light” education and inspiration program, Stoecklein has been recognized by the editors of True West magazine as the “Best Living Photographer of the West” for the past four years. The distinguished award is given each year as part of the magazine’s “Best of the West” issue.
 
As part of the National Geographic: Greatest Photographs of the American West exhibit, Stoecklein will speak about his experiences with Western photography and his trips out west.
 
There is no fee for the seminar, but pre-registration is strongly encouraged. Please register by calling 317.275.1310 or email anordholt-dean@eiteljorg.com.
 
Sponsored by Roberts Camera and Canon.



*photo by David Stocklein

29 Comments

  1. 29 Malinda 03 Jan
    2 seats please
  2. 28 Dorothy Muniz 17 Jan
     Seating for four please........thank you
  3. 27 Alisa 17 Jan
    I've added your names, Dorothy and Malinda.
  4. 26 Laura Therault 18 Jan
    2 seats please
  5. 25 Alisa 18 Jan
    Laura - I've added your name to the list.
  6. 24 Paula 19 Jan
    Would like 3 seats please!
  7. 23 Alisa 22 Jan
    Paula - Would you please email me your last name so I can add you to the registration list? anordholt.dean@eiteljorg.com. Thanks!
  8. 22 tonya alvarez 24 Jan
    one ticket please and thank you!!
  9. 21 Candice Burnett 24 Jan
    I would like 5 seats saved please and thank you.
  10. 20 David McCarty 25 Jan
    One seat please
  11. 19 Alisa 25 Jan
    Tanya, Candice and David - I've added your names to the list.
  12. 18 Carol Titus 29 Jan
    1 seat please.
  13. 17 Alisa 29 Jan
    Carol - I've added your name to the list.
  14. 16 Paula wiggins 29 Jan
    Need three seats please! 
  15. 15 Alisa 30 Jan
    Paula - I've added your reservations to the list.
  16. 14 charles 30 Jan
    ADD ME THANK YOU
  17. 13 Alisa 30 Jan
    Charles - please email me your last name so I can add you to the list. anordholt-dean@eiteljorg.com
  18. 12 Jamal and Sarah 30 Jan
    2 seats please. 
  19. 11 Alisa 31 Jan
    Jamal & Sarah - please email me your last names so I can add you to the list. anordholt-dean@eiteljorg.com
  20. 10 Debbie Winchester 31 Jan
    Is there still room available?

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