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Pat Guthrie Special Exhibitions Teaching Gallery

Spring Semester

January 15 - May 14, 2022

Pat Guthrie Special Exhibitions Teaching Gallery

About the Teaching Gallery

The Pat Guthrie Special Exhibitions Teaching Gallery presents four installations, each specific to a course taught during the Spring 2022 semester at the University of Wyoming.  Faculty from a range of academic disciplines select artwork from our permanent collection to support the content and learning goals of their respective classes.

This method of object-based teaching and learning invites inquiry, curiosity, and creative thinking into the students’ educational experience. These skills are tools to prepare our future workforce and leaders, no matter their path, and help enliven the cultural experience in Wyoming.

This semester, we welcome students and faculty from the following courses into the museum:


Bernard Solomon American, 1946-1995 Charles  Levendosky American  Excerpt from text: Daughter Watching You Intent Upon Your Play from the Portfolio "Words & Fonts; Poster Poems and Graphic Design" 1975 Woodcut, letterpress on paper

Kayla Clark, Assistant Lecturer, Haub School of Environment & Natural Resources

ART 4620: Letterpress Studio

This course addresses experimental and traditional approaches to typographic communication by focusing on both form and narrative. Students explore objective and abstract forms of typography through iterative experimentation with letterpress and hand-assembled media. Basics of typography include type history and terminology coupled with investigations of contemporary letterpress printers, typographers, and their diverse practices.

Image information: Bernard Solomon (American, 1946-1995), Charles Levendosky (American), Excerpt from text: Daughter Watching You Intent Upon Your Play from the Portfolio "Words & Fonts; Poster Poems and Graphic Design," 1975, woodcut and letterpress on paper, 24 x 19-1/4 inches, gift of Charles Levendosky, 1975.71.5


Anna Hoover American Indian-Aleut, b.1985 Mapping by Quyaq 2017 Screenprint on paper 8 x 20 inches Gift of Melanie Yazzie

Tessa Dallarosa, Visiting Assistant Professor of Art, Department of Visual & Literary Arts

ART 4010: Contemporary Art: Theory and Practice

The artwork selected for this course will support students’ investigation of art and design fundamentals including composition and concept development. Selections from the portfolio Indigenous Mapping: Collecting Truths will facilitate conversations throughout the semester about time, place, space, and identity through the expansive ideas of mapping.

Image Information: Anna Hoover (American Indian-Aleut, b.1985), Mapping by Quyaq, 2017, screenprint on paper, 8 x 20 inches, gift of Melanie Yazzie, 2018.4.4


Cyrus Leroy Baldridge, American, 1889-1977 A Mullah Not dated  Brown charcoal on paper 13 x 11 inches

Dr. Laura De Lozier, Senior Lecturer, and Section Head, Department of Modern & Classical Languages

CLAS/HIST/PHIL 3160: What Killed Socrates?

This course examines the trials of two Athenian citizens charged with impiety (asebeia) in 399 BCE and explores the possible reasons why one of those men – Andokides - was acquitted while the other – Socrates – was found guilty and executed by the state. Primary texts in translation by Aristophanes, Lysias, Andokides, Plato, and Xenophon are our guides. The artwork selected considers those who face persecution or prosecution based on their beliefs and ritual practices, especially in the USA.

Image Information: Cyrus Leroy Baldridge (American, 1889-1977), A Mullah, not dated, brown charcoal on paper, 13 x 11 inches, gift of the artist, 1970.229


Elizabeth B. Warren American, 1886-1980 Monday  Not dated Watercolor on paper 8-15/16 x 11-3/4 inches Transfer from UW Coe Library - Anna Hoyt Mavor Collection

Dr.Sarah Lee, Assistant Lecturer, Department of Family & Consumer Sciences

FCSC 2121: Child Development

Family and consumer sciences is a people-centered science that focuses on both the science and the art of living and working well in a complex world.  Understanding children and their development within a family, formal educational environment, and a community are all part of this science.  The artwork selected for this course will facilitate exploration and comprehension of the physical, cognitive, and social-emotional domains of a child’s life.

Image Information: Elizabeth B. Warren (American, 1886-1980), Monday, not dated, watercolor on paper, 8-15/16 x 11-3/4 inches, transfer from UW Coe Library - Anna Hoyt Mavor Collection, 1984.53

  • Funded in part by the Pat Guthrie Special Exhibitions Teaching Gallery Endowment
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