The Center of the West's Education Department

What do our educators have to say? Read a blog about museum happenings and what they are doing to engage museum audiences.

Free Field Trips for Park County Students

Free Field Trips for Park County Students - Becoming a Mountain Man

The Buffalo Bill Center of the West is thrilled to announce free field trips for Park County students during the 2014 – 2015 school year.… Read More

Happy Trails to You: Western Music Arts and Crafts

Make a Native American rattle

“Happy trails to you, until we meet again. Happy trails to you, keep smilin’ until then. Who cares about the clouds when we’re together? Just… Read More

The West and You Arts and Crafts

Make your own spirit animal wind sock

“I was born here, in this place that would come to be called the Old West. But, to my kind, the land was ageless. It had… Read More

Wild Wonderland: Yellowstone Arts and Crafts

YellowstoneAnimalCollagecollage

“A thousand Yellowstone wonders are calling, ‘Look up and down and round about you…whatever your fate, under whatever ignorance or knowledge you may afterward chance… Read More

Ole Faithful

Carl Preussl's Old Faithful, 1929. A Treasure from our West. 3.01

“Old faithful in every kind of weather…” —from “Ole Faithful” by Gene Autry [1] As I mentioned in my previous post, Hey Boo-Boo, Let’s Go Get… Read More

Nature Arts and Crafts

"Tumbleweeds" by Clyde Aspevig cover image for "Claiming Ground"

“Always continue walking a lot and loving nature, for that’s the real way to learn to understand art better and better.” —Vincent Van Gogh [1]… Read More

How the West Was Fun: Frontier Arts and Crafts

parflechecollage

“I knew my heart had found it, I knew my search was done. Oh, oh, oh how the West was fun… Oh, oh, oh, how… Read More

Native American Arts and Crafts

Charles M. Russell's 'Bringing Home the Spoils. 19.70

As I mentioned in my earlier post A Cowboy’s Life is the Life For Me, at the Buffalo Bill Center of the West we strive to… Read More