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Jul 15


The Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum in Woodward is very pleased to present the art of Buffalo-based artist Jason Yauk. Yauk specializes in metal sculpture that incorporates the use of color.

Jason's artwork will be on display from June 3rd until July 15th. There will be an opening reception honoring the artist on Saturday, June 3rd from 2PM-4PM.

For more information, please contact PIPM at 580.256.6136.


10:00 am10:00

PIPM Storyteller Series

The Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum in Woodward is pleased to announce the implementation of its Storyteller Series set to begin in mid-June.

The series is designed around informal group conversations in which participants are encouraged to discuss their experience growing up and living in Northwest Oklahoma. The focus of the first group will be a look at the changes an individual has experienced over their lifetime. These could include history, lifestyle, conveniences, or technology.


Refreshments will be served.

10:00 am10:00

Jenn Brink Book Signing

Woodward native Jenn Brink will be at the Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum on Saturday, March 18th to sign copies of books from her Jessica Hart series.

For years, Jenn helped others come to peace with their demons and nightmares as a mental health counselor. After a pretty serious burnout, she took a hiatus and an opportunity to find out more about herself which led to her writing her first book Black Roses (book one in the Jessica Hart series). Since then she has written Cerulean Seas (book two) and Silver Bells (book three). The Jessica Hart series merges comedy, mystery and adventure and is considered part of the emerging New Adult genre. She is currently working on a YA paranormal (Unearthly Tides) as well as a few other projects.

Jenn (daughter of Lottie Sober) was born in Woodward and has resided in eight states. She currently lives near Fort Hood, Texas with her soldier husband and children.

Please join us on the 18th to welcome Jenn back to Woodward!


Paul Laune Exhibition
Mar 29

Paul Laune Exhibition

  • Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum

The Plains Indians & Pioneers Museum will host a very special exhibition of the work of Northwest Oklahoma artist/illustrator/author Paul Laune starting on Tuesday, February 7. On display will be never before publicly displayed artwork. Don't miss a rare opportunity to see the work of this great artist.