Hours: Mon-Sat: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
2111 Willet Drive
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-6622
The University of Wyoming Art Museum is located in the dramatic Centennial Complex on the university campus in Laramie, Wyoming. The Centennial Complex, which also houses the American Heritage Center, was designed by internationally acclaimed architect Antoine Predock and is a public facility with spacious free parking for visitors. Supported by public and private funds, the University of Wyoming Art Museum was created to serve the people of Wyoming and those who visit the state.
Museum exhibitions offer something for everyone and are displayed in an exciting gallery environment. Special programs, lectures, openings, workshops, classes and tours are held on a regular basis. The University of Wyoming Art Museum offers a year-round source of education and entertainment for the entire family.
The University of Wyoming Art Museum has been accredited by the American Alliance of Museums (AAM) since 1976. This accreditation recognizes the Museum's commitment to excellence, high professional standards and continued institutional improvements. Just 5 percent of all museums in the U.S. earn AAM accreditation.
The University of Wyoming Art Museum is funded in part by the Julienne Michel Foundation; FMC Corporation; Erivan and Helga Haub; Neltje; the Ruth R. Ellbogen Foundation; the Guthrie Family Foundation; Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation; The Murdock Law Firm, P.C.; Rocky Mountain Power; Chevron Companies; John and Mari Ann Martin; Altria; Arch Coal, Inc.; Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Wyoming; Groathouse Construction; Ivinson Memorial Hospital; McMurry Foundation; Qwest Communications; Richard Hennig and Karen Saunders; Dooley Oil; Esther Andrau; Black Hills Generation, Inc.; Albany County Tourism Board; Wyoming Public Radio; the National Advisory Board of the UW Art Museum; the UW Office of the President; the UW Office of Academic Affairs; and the Wyoming State Legislature; by grants from the Institute of Museum and Library Services, Wyoming Cultural Trust, and the Wyoming Arts Council through the Wyoming State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts; and through the generosity of many individuals and businesses.