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Antoine Predock. The new home of the University of Wyoming Art Museum and American Heritage Center.
To collect, preserve, present and interpret the diversity of American art and art of other cultures of all times.
The University of Wyoming Art Museum is located in the Centennial Complex on the university's main campus in Laramie, Wyoming. It has nine galleries, an outdoor sculpture terrace, an education studio and a museum store. Exhibitions change regularly. The museum is an educational institution that presents a wide variety of public programs throughout the year including gallery talk, lectures, panel discussion, and other events that make the visual arts accessible and exciting.
The collection is comprised of over 7,000 paintings, sculptures, works on paper, photographs, crafts, and ethnographic material including works by 19th and 20th century American and European artists.
The Regional Exhibition Touring Service offers exhibitions: www.uwyo.edu/artmuseum
The Community College / Art Center Extension Service offers exhibitions from the museum's in- house exhibition program to professional organizations:
Winter hours (September - mid-May):
Summer (mid-May - August):
The galleries are closed in late May / early June, early September, and January for installation. Please call in advance to confirm hours.
From I-80 East (Cheyenne):
From I-80 West (Rawlins):
From Route 287 S (Fort Collins):
From Route 287 N (Medicine Bow / Casper):
Artist: Robert Stackhouse. A temporary site. Related sculpture 30 by 6 by 8 feet. 1993. Wood and copper.
In the Tetons.
Artist: Albert Bierstadt. From the permanent collection. Oil on canvas. 20 by 28 inches.
Susan Moldenhauer, Director
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