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September One Hour One Work Programs at the Remington Museum
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September "One Hour One Work" Programs at Remington Museum


Pictured: The Stampede, Frederic Remington, 1910, lost wax bronze cast, Roman Bronze works cast no. 3, 22 ¹¹/₁₆ x 48 ¾ x 18 ¹¹/₁₆ inches. Participants in the Remington Museum’s One Hour One Work program will spend an hour viewing and discussing this elaborate and forceful sculpture.


Ogdensburg, NY — The Frederic Remington Art Museum invites the public to attend any of four “One Hour One Work” sessions in the month of September. This ongoing program is a chance for participants to slow down and dive deep into a single work of art on display at the Remington Museum. In September, there will be four small-group opportunities to spend quality time with The Stampede. In each session, a Museum educator facilitates 60 minutes of focused looking, consideration, conversation, and interpretation of a single artwork. Four sessions are offered each month, with a different artwork featured each month.

In September, the featured artwork will be Frederic Remington’s 1910 bronze sculpture, The Stampede. The program will be offered on the following dates and times: Wednesday, September 4 at 3:00 pm; Friday, September 13 at 1:00 pm; Thursday, September 19 at 1:00 pm; and Wednesday, September 25, at 1:00 pm. The conversations will be facilitated by Museum educators Norman Hoyt, Kari Terwilliger, Luanne Herzog, and Kathie Wade, respectively.

The program is free with admission to the Museum, but space is limited and reservations are requested, in order to facilitate close looking and ease of conversation. To learn more and to register, you can call 315-393-2425 or email Museum Educator Laura Desmond at