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2023 RAFFLES
The Lone Pine Museum of Film History is dedicated to preserving the diverse movie history of California’s Eastern Sierras, including Lone Pine, Death Valley and points north. Located on Highway 395 on the South end of town, the museum’s 10,000 square feet of exhibits, an eighty-five seat movie theater and gift shop offer visitors a unique experience helping to document and interpret the cultural heritage of America’s cinematic history through film programs, artifact preservation and exhibits.

Drawings for the the raffles below will be drawn at the 2023 Annual Film Festival closing campfire on the last day of the Festival October 8th @ 7:00 PM. Proceeds from the raffles will benefit the Museum of Western Film History’s New Building fund

 

Coming Through the Rye
American Bronze Reproduction

Frederic Remington (1861-1909) Coming Through the Rye, was Remington’s eighth bronze sculpture of 22 that were created. Copyrighted in 1902 it was his most ambitious bronze sculpture, his first effort in using more than two horses, and also his largest piece to date.
Coming through the Rye features four animated horses and riders in a composition remarkable for being largely elevated off the work’s base, with the leftmost horse completely suspended. Based on a drawing from the 1880s and apparently cast in an edition of less than twenty.
The artist described his sculpture as “four cowboys on running horses… men shooting pistols and shouting.” To Remington this scene represented a joyful experience of cowboy and horse having completed a strenuous cattle drive of weeks on the trail. The four men and horses have taken on with reckless abandonment and are frolicking in retirement from daily chores. This scene depicts the cowboys as they are riding in to enjoy a night on the town. TO READ MORE AND SEE DETAILS OF THE BRONZE , PLEASE CLICK HERE.

Click Here to View a 360 degree of the Remington

SAMPLE RAFFLE TICKET
Raffle tickets purchased through the website will be charged to PayPal. your receipt will confirm your number of entries. Exact entries with your name will be printed at the museum and entered into the Raffle.

TO BUY RAFFLE TICKET FOR “COMING THROUGH THE RYE” – CLICK HERE.
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Award Winning Quilt, “Out of Money” to be raffled in 2023
…Fundraiser for Museum of Western Film History

The Museum of Western Film History is offering an opportunity to the public to win an extraordinary, beautiful quilt, “Out of Money.” Crafted by Quilted by Deanna Ripley-Lotee and Terry Millett; Machine Quilted by Terry Millett. “Out of Money” measures 65” x 54.”  The quilt will be raffled at the campfire on the last day of the 2023 Lone Pine Film Festival October 6th, 7th and 8th. Proceeds from the Quilt will benefit the Museum of Western Film History’s New Building fund. TO READ MORE AND SEE DETAILS ON THE QUILT , PLEASE CLICK HERE.
Tickets are $5.00 per ticket and can be purchased at the Museum, you can call and purchase over the phone, or online. Tickets ordered over the phone will be mailed to you. To order over the telephone, call the Museum Gift Shop 760-876-9909. To order online – see below

SAMPLE RAFFLE TICKET
Raffle tickets purchased through the website will be charged to PayPal. your receipt will confirm your number of entries. Exact entries with your name will be printed at the museum and entered into the Raffle.

TO BUY RAFFLE TICKET FOAR “OUT OF THE MONEY” – CLICK HERE.
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