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Ernest E. Stevens (American, 1872-1938), "Pendray Homestead House, Sioux County, Nebraska"

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  • General Art Making Activities (all ages)


    Series of at-home art-making activities provided by Educators and Teaching Artists from the University of Wyoming Art Museum. Click here to view.

  • Ann Simpson Artmobile Activities


    A series of videos with activities related to the Ann Simpson Artmobile's current exhibition, "At Work and At Play," from the Ann Simpson Artmobile Educator, Sarita Talusani Keller. Click here to view.

    Following our “Honoring our Ancestors” art lesson series? We can’t wait to see your work and hear about the ancestors that have inspired you. Visit this form to to upload your portrait project and stories for an opportunity to have your work featured on our social media pages and a chance to receive a special gift from the UWAM.

  • Family Saturday Lesson Series


    In this virtual workshop, watch a series of student-designed lesson plans, as well as a video from the Art Museum's own teaching artist Kaylee Koppinger-Lind as a way to inspire and promote creativity. Click here to view.

    You can find all the lesson resources at here.

Learn and Explore

  • Search the Collection


    The Art Museum boasts over 8,000 objects in our collection. Currently we have 157 available in our digital archive. Click here to view.
  • Engaging with Art Series


    Series by Raechel Cook, Curator of Academic Engagement highlighting the UW Art Museum educational resources that can be accessed online and art project ideas. Click here to view.
  • Art Wednesdays on Social Media


    A recurring series of social media posts by Michelle Sunset, Assistant Curator highlighting objects from UW Art Museum's permanent collection. Follow us on Instagram or Like us on Facebook.

    Not on Social Media? View the posts here.


Material Tradition Digital Environment

A digital gallery environment focused on the Material Tradition created by Raechel Cook, Curator of Academic Engagement.

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Moving Walls Digital Environment

A digital gallery environment focused on the exhibition Moving Walls created by Raechel Cook, Curator of Academic Engagement.

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Pat Guthrie Special Exhibitions Teaching Gallery Digital Environment

A digital gallery environment focused on the Pat Guthrie Special Exhibitions Teaching Gallery created by Raechel Cook, Curator of Academic Engagement.

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Behind the Scenes at the UW Art Museum 

Meet some of the team members at the University of Wyoming Art Museum and join us for a behind the scenes look at how exhibitions are planned and executed. Video produced by Sean Corcoran.

Watch on Youtube.


Conversations Beyond the Walls: A Virtual Symposium

The University of Wyoming Art Museum and American Studies Program host a series of talks, presentations and art activations during October 2020 in conjunction with the exhibition Moving Walls: Heart Mountain Barracks in the Big Horn Basin. The goals of this series are to honor the history of Japanese American peoples incarcerated in Wyoming and beyond, and to integrate arts with complex cultural issues. In doing so, we hope to use an historical event to address contemporary narratives such as global human migrations, displacement of peoples, power and control, empathy and belonging, homesteading, resiliency, diversity, and social justice issues of today.

Watch playlist on Youtube.

Visit Symposium Webpage


28th Annual (Virtual) Happy Holidays!

The Art Museum's annual Happy Holidays celebration went virtual for the first time!  

Watch the recorded livestream celebration featuring local music talent, visual art by all Albany County schools, and Family Saturday art making courtesy of the Art Museum.

Watch on YouTube.


In the News

Women in Wyoming exhibits powerful stories at UW Art Museum

Laramie Boomerang, January 15, 2021 ‖ On a Thursday morning, the University of Wyoming Art Museum was empty, save for a welcoming young person sitting at the front desk behind a Plexiglas shield. The murmuring of a woman’s voice echoed through the hallways.

Follow the woman’s voice to the gallery space, and you may find that you’re the only one there. But, you wouldn’t be alone. Rather, you would find yourself surrounded by influential women captured in vibrant portraits. This is artist Lindsay Linton Buk’s “Women in Wyoming: Portraits and Interviews of Women Who Shape the West.”


Jackson artist's "Women in Wyoming" exhibit at UW honors another side of the Cowboy State

Wyoming Tribune Eagle, January 10, 2021 ‖ Lynette St. Clair is one of 22 women interviewed by artist Lindsay Linton Buk for her Women in Wyoming project – a multi-layered piece that combines photography with in-depth conversations. Currently, it can be experienced online at www.womeninwyoming.com or in person at the University of Wyoming Art Museum through July 17.


University Of Wyoming Law Professor, Law Student And Art Museum Director Explore Race Theory

Wyoming Public Media, January 4, 2021 ‖ University of Wyoming (UW) College of Law Professor Darrell Jackson, UW Art Museum Director Nicole Crawford and former UW law student have co-written a book chapter focusing on race theory.


UW Art Museum to Host Virtual Holiday Events

Sweetwater Now, November 29, 2020 ‖ The University of Wyoming Art Museum will kick off the holiday season with the 28th annual Happy Holidays Dec. 3 and 5. All events will take place virtually.


UW art museum 28th annual Happy Holidays goes virtual

Laramie Boomerang, November 28, 2020 ‖ The University of Wyoming Art Museum will kick off the holiday season with the 28th annual Happy Holidays Dec. 3 and 5. All events will take place virtually.


Exhibit explores pandemic experiences

Laramie Boomerang, November 20, 2020 ‖ The last few months have been marked by upheaval, isolation and a departure from normal routines for many of us.

An online exhibit curated by the University of Wyoming Art Museum explores those feelings through works created by students and faculty at the UW College of Law.


How Hindus In Wyoming Are Celebrating Diwali, the 'Festival Of Lights,' Amid Pandemic

University of Georgia Public Radio, November 17, 2020 ‖ Interview with Sarita Talusani Keller, the UW Art Museum’s Artmobile educator, and UW senior Ragha Mohan on how Hindus in Wyoming are celebrating Diwali, the “Festival of Lights,” amid the ongoing pandemic. Diwali symbolizes the victory of light over darkness, good over evil and knowledge over ignorance.


Extras

Bill Gollings coloring book page. The page depicts artwork from the Art Museum's collection.

Coloring Book Pages from Artworks in the Collection

Giddy-up with this inspiring Bill Gollings coloring book page. You can now download this and other coloring book pages from artworks in the Art Museum's collection. Artists of all ages are invited to slow down and relax by coloring, and exploring your own expressive colors and patterns.

Download Here

 


 

Download Zoom Backgrounds

Zoom Meeting Backgrounds

Looking for the perfect background for your Zoom meetings? Immerse yourself in works of art from the UW Art Museums's collection!

Reminder: UW Art Museum images are copyrighted and are offered here for personal use only.

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Ernest E. Stevens (American, 1872-1938), Pendray Homestead House, Sioux County, Nebraska, c. 1929-1934, oil on board, 11-3/4 x 17-3/4 inches, Gift of G. Edward Pendray, 1974.132.0

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