Uncategorized | February 27, 2008
The University of Wyoming Art Museum will close its galleries at 5 p.m. on Saturday, March 1, for renovations to the Centennial Complex. Don’t miss your chance to see these exhibitions:
Recently Acquired: New Art in the Collection, featuring new acquisitions to the museum; UW Art Department Faculty Exhibition, artwork by new and adjunct faculty; Hell on Wheels: Union Pacific Railroad Towns in Wyoming, a collection of photographs and excerpts from letters and diaries examining the Union Pacific Railroad across southern Wyoming, presented by the American Heritage Center; and the 33rd Annual Juried University of Wyoming Student Exhibition, featuring UW student artwork selected by Linny Frickman, director of the Hatton Gallery at Colorado State University, Fort Collins. A selection from this exhibition will be on display through April 19 in the Centennial Complex Gallery, near the entrance to the building.
Recently Acquired: New Art in the Collection and a portion of the 33rd Annual Juried University of Wyoming Student Exhibition will be on view through April 19th in the James T. Forrest Rotunda and the Centennial Complex Gallery.
Monday night extended hours and classes have been suspended during the closure. The Museum Store will remain open Monday–Saturday from 10 a.m.-5 p.m.
Education programs continue with free art classes offered in celebration of Youth Arts Month in March. Students ages 4-12 and their parents are invited to explore and create art from 1-3 p.m. on Saturdays, March 1, 8, 15 and 29. Spring Break Art Camp is scheduled for March 17-21, 1-4:45 p.m. each day. Enter the Artist’s Zone is an art camp for students ages 6-14.
For more information, contact Wendy Bredehoft at 766-3496 or email@example.com