University of Wyoming Art Museum

University of Wyoming
Laramie, Wyoming

The University of Wyoming Art Museum is located in the dramatic Centennial Complex on the university campus in Laramie, Wyoming. The Centennial Complex, which also houses the American Heritage Center, was designed by internationally acclaimed architect Antoine Predock and is a public facility with spacious free parking for visitors. Supported by public and private funds, the University of Wyoming Art Museum was created to serve the people of Wyoming and those who visit the state.

Museum exhibitions offer something for everyone and are displayed in an exciting gallery environment. Special programs, lectures, openings, workshops, classes, and tours are held on a regular basis. The University of Wyoming Art Museum offers a year-round source of education and entertainment for the entire family.

The University of Wyoming Art Museum collection consists of paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, photography, crafts, folk arts and decorative arts of many cultures and periods which relate to the development of important American visual art forms. Its current collection of over 7,000 objects include European and American paintings, prints, and drawings; 19th century Japanese prints; 18th and 19th century Persian and Indian miniature paintings; 20th century photography; decorative arts; crafts; and African and Native American artifacts.

  • The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Fifty States. University of Wyoming Art Museum, Laramie, Wyoming, January 29, 2011 — August 27, 2011.