ERHOF has joined with the Clymer Museum and the Western Art Association to make the Ramsey Building a viable venue for art, culture, and western history in our downtown. It is now called the Western Culture & Art Center (WCAC) and ERHOF stores its vast and valuable collection upstairs (paying rent on that space) and exhibits continuously in the window space as well as a wall area inside the museum.
We also rent space for two annual shows in the McGiffin Room that run for two months each. These shows focus on thematic parts of our collections. We have had shows celebrating Women in the Ellensburg Rodeo, the role of Native Americans, trick riders and clowns, ropers, All-Around Champions, specialty acts, and the inducted Animals that reached national fame, etc. We are remodeling and moving into a section of the upstairs in the WCAC that will more efficiently and safely house our collection; it will also be more environmentally friendly to some of the more sensitive and fragile pieces of our collection.