Through The Visitor's Eyes

September 19 - November 11 in the Stuhr Building
Viewing from 9 am - 5 pm Monday - Saturday, Noon - 5 on Sundays
Regular Admission Fees Apply
For more information call (308) 385-5316

Stuhr Museum is proud to highlight the photography skills of our visitors during the annual "Through The Visitor's Eyes" photo exhibit on display through November 11 in the Fonner Rotunda.

During this popular annual show several dozen photos depict Stuhr Museum in a multitude of ways. From the natural beauty of the Arbor to the Stuhr Building to special events to Railroad Town and everything in between, "Through The Visitor's Eyes" is a show that features variety and creativity. Our Curators have also chosen 12 photos to be part of the 2017 Through The Visitor's Eyes calendar which will be for sale at the Prairie Treasures Gift Shop.

This year's winners are:

Winter Preparation – Sandi Hoard – Still Life

Fairy Trumpets – Sandi Hoard – Color

The Woman At The Well – Janell Carson – Creative

Mirror Image  - Elusive Capture – Samantha Stump – Abstract

Great Blue Heron Amongst Fall Foliage – Nancy Klimek

Message in Children’s Gallery – Kari Stofe – Architecture

Christmas Glow – Mike Bockoven – Railroad Town

Mirror Image – Joan McKee – Sepia/ BW

Mill Pond – Joe Black – Weather

Mammoth Parade – Mike Bockoven – Stuhr Staff

Bridge To Stuhr – Joan McKee – Director’s Choice

Through The Visitor's Eyes is available from viewing from 9 a.m. - 5 p.m. Mondays - Saturday and Noon - 5 p.m. on Sundays. Regular admission fees apply. For more information contact the museum at (308) 385-5316.