In 1991, the 51st Legislature of the State of Wyoming passed the Art in Public Buildings legislation. One percent of construction costs of new state-owned buildings is to be utilized for the purpose of placing artwork in the public setting, helping to beautify our public buildings and draw attention to the wealth of artist experience within our region. The artist or artwork for each project is selected by a committee specifically selected for that project. Committee membership includes: representatives from the community in which the building is located; representatives from the user agency, artists or other representatives from the art community, the architect for the building, and a representative from the State’s Construction and Management Office. Staff from the Wyoming State Museum and Wyoming Arts Council coordinate and lead the committee meetings, but do not vote on the selection of artists or artwork. Contact Rita Basom or Camellia El-Antably for additional information about this program.
Recent Projects include:
View a KGWN Channel 5 video of the June 24, 2013, installation of a new bronze sculpture by Guadalupe Barajas at Games & Fish Headquarters in Cheyenne: KGWN –Cheyenne, WY– Scottsbluff, NE News,Weather, Sports
Contact: Camellia El-Antably
This is a companion page with more information for those interested in applying for the Northwest College Art in Public Buildings project. For full details about the project, please go to CaFÉ and search for Northwest College Art in Public Buildings Project.
For artists interested in applying please find below additional plans and views of the site.
Floor plans include reference points to understand the following views. Look for circles that say 3D View and include a triangle with a number inside it to understand the views in relationship to the plans.
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Some additional views of the plaza: