Traveling Exhibits

Traveling
Exhibitions

The High Desert Museum is proud to offer two internally-curated exhibitions for lease to other Western history museums and organizations. For more information regarding any of our traveling exhibitions, please call Director of Programs Christina Cid at 541-382-4754 ext. 233.

Painting Oregon’s Harvest: The Art of Kathy Deggendorfer
Size: Approximately 40 framed works of art, including original watercolors and giclee prints, plus the artist’s sketchbooks, text panels and labels. 900 square feet or 140 linear feet.
Supplemental: 4.5 minute video of an interview with the artist, television monitor and educational resources.
Participation Fee: varies based on the organization’s annual operating budget.

Available 2016 through 2018.

Scat & Tracks:
Discover the Messages Animals Leave Behind
Size: 1,250-1,500 square feet.
Crates: 10
Participation Fee: $15,000 for a 12-week booking, plus shipping.

Sage Grouse: Icon of the Sagebrush Sea
Size: Aprox. 1,800 square feet
Crates: 6, plus 12 large cardboard boxes for cases and vitrines.
Participation Fee: TBD