Only two more weeks remain to see the fall exhibitions on view at the UW Art Museum. The final day to see all of the exhibitions is Wednesday, December 22.
Currently on view are two exhibitions from the Art Museum's permanent collection: Artists From France: Paintings and Prints from the Art Museum Collection and Cold War in America: Works from the 1950s-1970s. Also on view are two solo exhibitions by international contemporary artists: Anne-Karin Furunes: Portraits of Unknowns and Binh Danh: Life, Times, and Matters of the Swamp. Finally, there is an exhibition presented by the American Heritage Center: Home Front on the Frontier: Wyoming During World War I.
The exhibition of Albany County and Laramie schoolchildren's artwork will also close on December 22, so if there is an artist in your family whose work is included in that exhibition, be sure to stop by and see their work on the walls of the Art Museum!
December 22 is the last day that the Art Museum will be open before the holidays. The Museum Store is a great place to do your holiday shopping, so make sure you visit and see all of the unique gifts!
For more information, or with questions, please call 307.766.6622.