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Placing Art at the Center of Learning

The University of Wyoming Art Museum presents and collects world-class art and objects by regional, national and international artists, and art from the American West.

As an academic museum and a leader in the arts, the University of Wyoming Art Museum concentrates on furthering programs that engage students and visitors in discussions that broaden an understanding of diverse perspectives, viewpoints, and cultures.

Through its Museum as Classroom approach, the University of Wyoming Art Museum places art at the center of learning for all ages, supports the academic mission of the University, assists in preparing our future workforce with essential skills, and enhances the cultural life of Wyoming’s citizens and visitors.




  • The Black 14

    On View through August 6, 2022

    The year was 1969, a time of demonstrations on college campuses across the United States for civil rights and to end the war in Vietnam. In October of that year, the University of Wyoming’s 14 Black football players wanted to take a stand against the Mormon Church’s policy of barring Black men from entering the priesthood by wearing black armbands during a home game against Brigham Young University, an institution run by the Mormon Church. The players, now known as the Black 14, were suspended from the team by Coach Lloyd Eaton, sparking debate and upheaval across the state and the country.  

  • Anne Samat: Weavings of Love

    On view through August 27, 2022

    Malaysian artist Anne Samat (b. 1973) creates brilliantly colorful totemic wall sculptures using humble everyday materials. Her work is deeply informed by Malaysian culture, but with a contemporary sensibility for color, texture, and form.

  • Vizualizing Kinship

    On View Through August 27, 2022

    Kinship is understood as a state of relatedness; kin are defined as people of common ancestry. Kinship can also refer to the broader web of social relationships we construct through marriage and group belonging. For this exhibition, curator Michelle Sunset partnered with Dr. Alexandra Kelly, Associate Professor of History and Anthropology and Director of the Anthropology Museum to mine the Art Museum’s collection for objects that allow a deeper exploration of “kinship.” 


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.

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image of "In the Tetons" zoom meeting background with Art Museum logo

Desktop Backgrounds

Looking for the perfect background for your desktop? Immerse yourself in works of art from the UW Art Museums collection!

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

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