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 and educate the UW
community and its guests.
Click here to see past exhibitions held in our gallery!
Where is the Gallery 234 located?
The Gallery 234 is is located in the Wyoming Union on the campus of the
University of Wyoming in Laramie. The gallery is between the Service, Leadership, and Community Engagement Office and the Union Administrative office in the lower level of
When is the Gallery 234 opened?
During the normal academic year, the gallery is opened Monday-Friday, 8am to 5pm. During the summer, if the gallery is featuring an exhibit it will be open 9am to 3pm. The gallery will be closed when the Wyoming Union is closed. Click here to check out the Gallery Map.
What do I need to submit applications to galleries?
When you decide to submit your work to galleries you need to
present your work and yourself in a professional manner. Most galleries
will only look at your work if you take the time to professionally
package it and include all necessary materials so they have a strong
sense of your work.
For the Gallery 234 these rules still apply but in keeping with the
educational mission of the gallery we will work with students to help
them prepare for the world outside the academic setting. Contact the
Gallery 234 or the UW Art Department if you need assistance putting
together the application materials.
Who decides what shows are accepted for the gallery?
The Visual & Cultural Arts programmer oversees Gallery 234 and the exhibits that are accepted into the gallery.
What material does the gallery need from somebody applying for a exhibit?
- Gallery 234 Application
- Ten to twenty professional quality pictures/representations of your work copied on a CD or DVD that will be not be returned
- An artist's statement that discusses the themes and intentions you address in your work
Preference for submissions will be given to:
- University of Wyoming students
- Works that are collaborative in nature
- Exhibits of social responsibility, advocacy, and
- Exhibits with an interactive piece to engage the
- UW Faculty, staff, and Wyoming community or