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Ben Nighthorse Campbell: Colorado’s Renaissance Man

Ben Nighthorse Campbell: Colorado’s Renaissance Man

Author: Tuthill, Gail/Tuesday, January 31, 2017/Categories: Current Exhibits

The Ben Nighthorse Campbell: Colorado’s Renaissance Man exhibit features some of Campbell’s furniture and memorabilia from his U.S. Senate office that he donated to the Center of Southwest Studies in 2004. This will be an ongoing exhibit with a changing emphasis every year. This year features some of Campbell’s stunning jewelry, with pieces borrowed from both Ben and Linda Campbell’s private collection and Shanan Campbell Wells of Sorrel Sky Gallery in downtown Durango. Plans are already in the works to highlight Campbell’s collection of Native American beadwork, his experience as a judo champion, his life as a rancher raising champion quarter horses, and other key themes that explore this Renaissance man over the next couple of years.

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