Gallery 234 Coordinator
1000 E. University Ave
Laramie, WY 82071
Phone: (307) 766-6340
Gallery 234 Contact Information
1000 E. University Ave.
Laramie, WY 82071
Mon-Fri, March 16-20:
Sat, March 21: Closed
Sun, March 22: 12pm-12am
*Hours subject to change*
Want to have an Exhibit in the Gallery 234?
Gallery 234 accepts applications two times a year for exhibits, in mid-November for spring and summer shows and in late spring for fall shows. If you are interested in have a show, please fill out the application below. If you have any questions, email Gallery 234 Coordinator at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Gallery 234 is not currently accepting applications. Check back in the spring for Fall 2015 applications.
Application is open to all artists and applications are not currently accepted. There will be a folder in the Campus Activities Center (Union 012), Lower Level, Wyoming Union for submission of completed application material.
*Please note that the Gallery 234 advisory committee requires an artist statement (between 200 and 300 words) and 10-20 photos on a CD along with the completed application before an exhibit will be considered. Applications will be reviewed in accordance with the gallery mission statement below:
This educational gallery provides a forum for the creative and critical expression of the visual arts and offers exhibitions of social responsibility and artistic substance for the diverse population at the University of Wyoming. The mission of Gallery 234 is to "embrace art and make it accessible to the campus for the benefit of the community at large. Stimulate appreciation for and advance the knowledge of works of art by providing a resource to exhibit while educating the UW community and its guests."
Applicants will be notified of their status by the Gallery 234 Coordinator within two weeks of the application deadline.
For more information or questions please contact the Gallery Coordinator at (307) 766-6340 or email@example.com.
Gallery 234 Artist Statement [download pdf]
Gallery 234 is a venue in which artists have the opportunity to share their work with both the University and Laramie communities in a dynamic way. Exhibiting artists have access to a diverse audience to further promote their message. The PDF file includes tips on how to write about yourself, your artwork, and your motivations.
How can your Exhibit promote Community Service? [download pdf]
Art has a unique capability of being an engaging vehicle for change, as well, as aesthetically and intellectually interesting. Although Gallery 234 encourages strictly fine art exhibits, artwork that demonstrates social responsibility, advocacy, or change is particularly compelling. The above file includes some examples of how art has been used in this capacity in the past.
How Can Your Exhibit Provide an Interactive Engagement Piece? [download pdf]
Art is often a catalyst for thought and action. Gallery 234 encourages exhibits that provide an interactive engagement piece. Attached are some examples of how previous exhibits have been used in this capacity.