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2015 SUMMER
      EVENING HOURS:

The Museum will have
extended hours until 8pm
on
 Tuesdays and Thursdays
!   
May 5th through September 3rd

ART CLASSES FOR CHILDREN
Fall session starts
Sunday, Sept. 13th
Theme: Dogs in the Manner of Famous Artists
Call Susan at the Museum
to register
314 821-3647

Blue Dogs, Cow Dogs
by George Rodrique

VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITIES
Have fun learning how to give guided tours in our Volunteer Docent Program! 

Great opportunity for outgoing individuals to talk to groups about our canine art collection.  Training provided; must be at least 18 years of age.  For an interview, call Susan: 314-821-3647

Saturday, August 1 come visit with our featured guest dog, Silken Windhound.  10:30am to 1:30pm


SCHNAUZER DAY!
Sunday, August 2
1:30pm to 3:00pm



Sunday, August 2
1:30 - 4pm
Come visit with the Guest Dog, Jon Jon the American Cocker Spaniel!



Sunday, August 9 come visit with our featured guest dog, Samoyed.  1:30pm to 4:00pm


HAVE YOUR SPECIAL EVENT HERE!
Click on "Facilities Rental" for more information.


LIVING ST. LOUIS VIDEO:
Dog Training with highlights from Sarah Wilson's lecture on Why Women Love Dogs

http://ninenet.org/archives/27142

             NEW!
      ART CLASSES
       FOR ADULTS:
  Dog Portraitur
e in
    Acrylic Painting

Taught by nationally known
artist Bob Bertram
Tuesday evenings 6 - 8pm
Session 2 has begun!

From our summer Zentangle class for kids:

Zentangle Jack Russell Terrier
by art student Sophia


Zentangle Yorkshire Terrier
by art student Anna


Zentangle Labrador
by art student Eileen


Zentangle Papillion
by art student Alexis


Zentangle Poodle
by art student Hadley

See the Dallas News article about the Dog Museum!  Click on the link below
http://www.dallasnews.com/lifestyles/travel/us/20150523-akc-museum-showcases-the-art-of-the-dog.ece


THE DOG MUSEUM WAS FEATURED ON KSDK SHOW ME ST. LOUIS
Monday, March 16th!

See the video at: http://www.ksdk.com/features/show-me-st-louis/

NEW GIVING PROGRAM:
The Whiskybae Winston and Wonder Memorial Fund has been established in loving memory of two Scottish Terriers owned by Dr. Judd  F. Holder and Mr. Robert E. Frischkorn who have generously started this giving program for the Museum.  Donations to the fund may be mailed or made by telephone; please be sure to include the fund name with your donation.

Whiskybae Wonder Beyond Belief and Whiskybae Winston of Chartwell

The AKC Museum of the Dog is happy to announce opportunities to support the Museum: Revocable Living Trust, Pour-over Will, and Last Will & Testament. Call the Museum and ask the Executive Director for details. 
Our support depends on you.

2015 Guest Dog of the Week!
Click on "Learn More" to see the current schedule.


2015 Local Artists Saturday and Sunday Showcase!
Click on "Learn More" to see the current schedule.

To all active and retired U.S. Military, as well as Police and Firefighters: Thank you for your service to our country and community!


See the Museum on Google+
Click on the link below for great views of the Museum galleries
Scroll down,
click on "See Inside"
https://plus.google.com/112690819274571066410/about?hl=en


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EXHIBITS:
On Loan from Harry Weber
The Foxhunter (detail)


View the entire sculpture in the Museum's Main Hall Gallery.

We have revamped our lower level Cam Lyman gallery!
In addition to several new acquisitions, this space highlights paintings and objects from the permanent collection including works that have not been displayed in many years.  Click on "Learn More" for additional information.


Now open: 
in the Main Hall Galler
Sporting Dogs in Art
Click on "Learn More" for additional information.

Gustav Muss-Arnolt
Flat-Coated Retriever in a Landscape
c.1895
Oil on canvas
Gift of Joan Burlingame Dever

In the Sally Johnson Spillane Special Exhibit Gallery:
The Canine Art of Maud Earl

Click on "Learn More" for additional information on the artist, Maud Earl.
This exhibit comprises paintings and prints and features an exciting new addition to the Museum's collection.  This life-size work is a very rare example of Miss Earl's inclusion of a human figure in a painting; however, the names of the "Lady" and her dogs are unknown.  Be sure to come see this extraordinary painting and try to solve the mystery of their identities!

Maud Earl
Portrait of a Lady with Two Dogs
1897
Oil on canvas
Gift of Mrs. Marjorie Raike
        
   Dogs in Porcelain Sculpture
       Click on "Learn More" for
         additional information

Royal Doulton porcelain
Designer Frederick Daws
Ch. Ashstead Applause
Gift of the Glen Twiford estate

Click on "Learn More" for additional exhibit information.

NEW GIFTS TO THE COLLECTION

Gifted by William F. and Carolyn G. Stifel:

Maud Earl
I Belong To The King
1910
Etching

Gifted by Randy and Penny Frederiksen on behalf of Appie Myers through the Basset Hound Club of America:

David Zettner
Ch. My Lu's Sunshine Shirley
1982
Watercolor

Gifted by Kathleen N. Peters:

Maud Earl
Four By Honours
1901
Aquatint

Gifted by Art Show at the Dog Show:

2015 Best in Show

Joan Frimberger
Angel
Oil on canvas

Gifted by Bette Williams:

Uli Kuess
Ch. Hiflite Briarcrest Extra Man
Basset Hound
Oil on canvas

Gifted by Joy Beckner:

Joy Beckner
Life is Sweet
2007
Bronze

Click on "Learn More" for additional gifts to the collection.

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