The UW Art Museum plays a vital role in undergraduate and graduate instruction at the University of Wyoming. For the spring semester of 2013, the Art Museum will initiate a teaching gallery model in the Pat Guthrie Gallery for Special Exhibitions. Works of art selected with faculty members for specific courses are installed and available to students throughout the semester for use during the Museum’s public hours.
The new installation is divided into four sections, one exhibition
per wall, with didactive information. While
the gallery is designed to meet the needs of the academic community, it is also
open to the public in order to demonstrate connections between the Art Museum
and teaching across curriculum, supporting UW’s academic mission.
Funded by UW Art Museum Gala Funds
Francisco Goya (Spanish, 1746-1828), Disparate Claro, not dated, etching and aquatint, 8-3/16 x 12-1/2 inches, University of Wyoming Art Museum Collection, 1983.155.2 (for Art 3510; Printmaking I)