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The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame will present Laura Wilson: "Looking West," a new exhibition by 2019 Hall of Fame Inductee Laura Wilson. The exhibition will open in the Anne W. Marion Gallery.

Wilson has looked West for most of her life. Her photographic career is firmly planted in this region of America. Her concerns are with the contemporary currents and time-honored traditions of the West. From the Hutterites of Montana to the cowboys of West Texas, from rodeo trick riders to mountain lion hunters and road signs, this collection offers a glimpse into Wilson’s photographic vision.

The museum is adjusting its summer admission prices, with First Responders getting in free with paid admission, adults for $10, seniors & military for $7, and kids for $4. They also have a Cowgirl Family Special, allowing two adults and up to four children age 4-12 in for $28.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame will present Laura Wilson: "Looking West," a new exhibition by 2019 Hall of Fame Inductee Laura Wilson. The exhibition will open in the Anne W. Marion Gallery.

Wilson has looked West for most of her life. Her photographic career is firmly planted in this region of America. Her concerns are with the contemporary currents and time-honored traditions of the West. From the Hutterites of Montana to the cowboys of West Texas, from rodeo trick riders to mountain lion hunters and road signs, this collection offers a glimpse into Wilson’s photographic vision.

The museum is adjusting its summer admission prices, with First Responders getting in free with paid admission, adults for $10, seniors & military for $7, and kids for $4. They also have a Cowgirl Family Special, allowing two adults and up to four children age 4-12 in for $28.

The National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame will present Laura Wilson: "Looking West," a new exhibition by 2019 Hall of Fame Inductee Laura Wilson. The exhibition will open in the Anne W. Marion Gallery.

Wilson has looked West for most of her life. Her photographic career is firmly planted in this region of America. Her concerns are with the contemporary currents and time-honored traditions of the West. From the Hutterites of Montana to the cowboys of West Texas, from rodeo trick riders to mountain lion hunters and road signs, this collection offers a glimpse into Wilson’s photographic vision.

The museum is adjusting its summer admission prices, with First Responders getting in free with paid admission, adults for $10, seniors & military for $7, and kids for $4. They also have a Cowgirl Family Special, allowing two adults and up to four children age 4-12 in for $28.

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WHERE

National Cowgirl Museum and Hall of Fame
1720 Gendy St.
Fort Worth, TX 76107
http://www.cowgirl.net/laura-wilson-looking-west/

TICKET INFO

Free-$10
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