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Now on Exhibit
Brush Scholar

Brush Scholar: The Lewis & Clark Art of Michael Haynes

Haynes's paintings of Lewis and Clark subjects for the bicentennial of the Expedition (2003-2006) not only changed how Americans picture the Expedition, but also raised the standards of historic art with his intense grounding in research.

On display February 11-June 25, 2017

The exhibit is sponsored by Basin Electric Power Cooperative and the Lewis and Clark Fort Mandan Foundation.

The Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center is located 40 miles north of Bismarck at the intersection of US 83 and ND 200A in Washburn. Admission is included in the normal entry fee to the Lewis and Clark Interpretive Center: $7.50 for adults, $5 for adults with a North Dakota Parks and Recreation vehicle pass, and free for members of the Lewis and Clark Fort Mandan Foundation. All students receive free admission as well thanks to a grant from the MDU Resources Foundation.