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Image Left: Meghan Meier (American, b. 1983), Escape, 2012, mural; Undercover Beds and Spas, corner of First and Garfield Street
Image Right: Gerri Sayler (American, b. 1950), Interstitial: Between Earth and Sky, 2012, hot glue, monofilament, lent by the artist; Centennial Complex Lobby

Laramie Mural Project

In 2011, the University of Wyoming Art Museum partnered with the Laramie Main Street Alliance in an effort to bring public art into historic downtown Laramie.  Working with local artists and businesses, three murals were realized:  Talal Cockar, Tierra y Libertad, First Street between University and Ivinson Streets; Meghan Meier, Grainery Grove, former Whole Earth Grainery alleyway north of Ivinson Street; and Travis Ivey, Hollyhock Haven, public parking lot between First and Second Streets.

In 2012, the first of as many as four murals are complete.  Meghan Meier's Escape is located on the corner of Garfield and First Streets. 

The Laramie Mural Project is funded in part by the Guthrie Family Foundation, Laramie Beautification Committee, City of Laramie, and the Wyoming Arts Council.

Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational

Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational originated in 2008 as a temporary outdoor exhibition in response to the University of Wyoming Art Museum’s extended closure for renovations and to the increasing interest on campus and in our community for public art. Originally, seventeen sculptures by sixteen artists were on view. By special invitation, the artists of Ark Regional Services created an outdoor work for the Creative Arts Center.


Today, several of the original works and one new work remain on view: 

Ursula von Rydingsvard, Doolin Doolin; Art Museum terrace
Jesús Moroles, Eclipse; Art Museum terrace
Gerri Sayler, Interstitial; Centennial Complex lobby
Wanzin Zhang, Waiting; Old Main room 206
Linda Fleming, Refugium; Classroom Building terrace
Stan Dolega, Vedauwoo Modernized; Optimist Park
Artists of Ark, A Tribute to Alexander Calder; 1174 N. Fourth St.
Robert Russin, First Steps; Undine Park
John Kearney, Alligator; Fourth and Garfield Streets


Click here for the Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational Walking and Driving Tour Guide

Click here for Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational video

Click here for the Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational cell phone audio tour


Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational has been curated by Susan Moldenhauer, director and chief curator of the University of Wyoming Art Museum and organized by the University of Wyoming Art Museum in partnership with the University of Wyoming, various agencies in the City of Laramie, and the Albany County Public Library. The Laramie Mural Project is a partnership between Laramie Main Street Alliance and the University of Wyoming Art Museum.


Made possible through the generosity of anonymous sponsors and the National Advisory Board of the UW Art Museum, with additional funding from the UW President's Office, UW Academic Affairs Office, UW Physical Plant, Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, Guthrie Family Foundation, FMC Corporation, Richard & Judith Agee, John & Mari Ann Martin, American National Bank, First Interstate Bank of Laramie and First Interstate Bancsystem Foundation, Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation, Haselden Construction, Murdock Law Firm P.C., Rocky Mountain Power Foundation, Albany County Tourism Board, Laramie Parks & Recreation, Laramie Economic Development Corporation and the Laramie Beautification Committee, Wyoming Public Radio, Albany County Library Foundation, Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, and the Wyoming Arts Council through the Wyoming State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts which believes a great nation deserves great art.


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