Tuesday, June 16, 2009

Cell Phone Audio Tours for Summer Exhibitions

This symbol can be found around the museum next to works of art. When you see this symbol, a cell phone audio tour prompt is available for that object. Enter the number next to it, followed by the pound key (#) to listen to the information.

Cell phone audio tours are now available for four summer exhibitions: Adornment: Native American Regalia, Lia Cook: The Embedded Portrait, Thomas Moran in Wyoming and Thomas Moran: Pastoral Views and Seashores. Museum visitors access the audio tour from their cell phone, free of charge, by dialing 307-200-0040. The information can also be accessed from off-site, simply by calling in. The audio tour allows the museum to provide additional interpretive material to visitors, giving them more in-depth information about artists, processes, art movements and specific works.

Handouts for each audio tour at available at the museum's front desk, or can be printed at home following these links:

Adornment: Native American Regalia


Lia Cook: The Embedded Portrait


Thomas Moran in Wyoming and Thomas Moran: Pastoral Views and Seashores


An audio tour is also available for Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational, on view at the museum, around Laramie and on the University of Wyoming campus. Here is the link to the handout:

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