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We house and curate a permanent collection of 20th Century American art belonging to the Sweetwater County School District #1, which includes original paintings by such notables as Norman Rockwell, Grandma Moses, Rafino Tamayo, and Rafael Soyer, to name a few.
20th Century American art permanent collection of paintings, printmaking, and photography, representing work done mainly during the implementation of the WPA.
Rotating exhibits such as National Watercolor Society, Youth Arts Month exhibits, National Association of Women Artists, etc.
Art resource collection of books, magazines and videos.
Youth Arts Month
January 15 – April 13, 2001 – Featuring artwork from area schools – elementary through high school.
April 2-6, 2001 – School residencies and Friday evening performance of "The Barber of Seville".
National Watercolor Society 80th Traveling Exhibit
April 25 – May 30, 2001
Wyoming Game and Fish Stamp Competition Exhibit
June 5 – 25, 2001 – Features selections of work by area artists for the Wyoming Game and Fish Stamp competition. Subject: River Otter. Gallery talk by BLM and opening reception, June 5 at 5:30 pm..
Sweetwater Artists Association Members Exhibit
"Winston Churchill" Lithographs
September and October, 2001 – Recent acquisitions to the permanent collection.
Boulder Brass Ensemble
October 13, 2001 – Evening performance and a students’ masterclass with band students of School District #1.
Bart Fetz Ceramic exhibit and sale
November 1-30, 2001
Sharon Love Recent Paintings
December 1-30, 2001
Alternating Friday and Saturday 10 a.m. – 5 p.m.
To go directly to the Community Fine Arts Center from I-80, head south on Elk Street and follow the signs.
Debora Thaxton Soulé, Director
Jennifer Messer, Assistant to the Director