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Oklahoma Gathering

October 13 – 15 | Cross Bell Ranch | Pawhuska, Oklahoma

Join us in Pawhuska, Oklahoma this Fall

The Fellowship program is at the core mission of Art of the Cowgirl. The Art of the Cowgirl Fellowship program will encourage and further arts and trades amongst western women, both celebrating and continuing tradition and inspiring innovation. By establishing mentorship and investing in up and coming artists, we will foster creativity and preserve traditional art and functional gear. In providing this opportunity, our hope is that age, location, and lack of funds will no longer be a limiting factor for those interested in pursuing art and artistic trades.

The fellowship provides an opportunity for western artists to work with masters– a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity to learn or refine their passion with some of the most talented makers in the business. Whether it be a fine art, functional trade, or horsemanship, these fellowships will enrich, empower and educate while honoring our western heritage. 

The Oklahoma Gathering will consist of hands-on workshops and riding clinics. Proceeds from this event will go towards the Fellowship Program. 

Registration is required to participate in a clinic or workshop. This is not a ticketed event for Spectators. Auditing is available for the riding and cowdog workshops for $30/day.

Lodging is not provided, except for the photography retreat. Click HERE for recommended lodging options.

Workshops

Drawing
Workshop

 with Kathryn Leitner

Leather Working Workshop

with Emily Westphal 

Photography Workshop

with Kim Beer and Phyllis Burchett

Cowgirl
Clinic

with Lindy Thorn

Cowdog
Clinic

with Laura Stimatze

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I need to pay to come to the Event?

Yes, you need to be registered in a clinic or workshop to attend.

Will this be like the main Art of the Cowgirl event?

No, this is not like the main Arizona event. This is strictly workshops and clinics to support our Fellowship Program.

Will there be a tradeshow?

No, there will not be a tradeshow at the Oklahoma Gathering