Museum as Classroom
The University of Wyoming Art Museum presents and collects world-class art, furthers programs that engage students and visitors in discussions that broaden an understanding of diverse perspectives, viewpoints, and cultures, and advances service to the state.
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.
Watch the new video: Placing Art at the Center of Learning
Find out what is happening at the Museum this Spring:
Spring 2016 Newsletter
Call for Proposals
Re-envisioning the Lab: 2016 Sci-Art Symposium
Catalyzing collaboration, scholarship and community through interdisciplinary conversations and presentations
Students, staff, faculty, Wyoming citizens, community organizations and government agencies are welcome to apply. Submit your proposal no later than midnight on May 25. Selected proposals will be announced via email by June 15.
The University of Wyoming Art Museum, in partnership with the Biodiversity Institute, Haub School of Environment and Natural Resources, Department of Art and Art History, Science and Math Teaching Center and MFA in Creative Writing, is pleased to present Re-envisioning the Laboratory: Sci-Art Symposium, September 9 - 10, 2016 at the UW Visual Arts Building.