The University of Wyoming Art Museum will host “Lunchtime Conversations with Curators” Wednesday, Dec. 6, from noon-12:30 p.m.

“Lunchtime Conversations with Curators” is an informal gallery walk-through with museum curators and special guests that focuses on one of the exhibitions on view in the museum. Visitors are encouraged to bring lunch and continue the conversation after the in-gallery session. The event is free and open to the public.

December’s event will feature “Medicine Men and Builders: The Great Human Race by John L. Doyle” on view through Saturday, Dec. 16. Visitors will be joined by Katie Christensen, curator of education and statewide engagement, and Mark Ritchie, professor of printmaking from the UW Department of Art and Art History, who will guide the conversation at the UW Art Museum.

Discussions will be casual and informal and will include stories behind the art.

For more information, call the Art Museum at (307) 766-6622, visit the website at www.uwyo.edu/artmuseum, or follow the museum on Facebook and Instagram.

Through its “Museum as Classroom” approach, the UW Art Museum places art at the center of learning for all ages. Located in the Centennial Complex at 2111 Willett Drive in Laramie, the museum is open Mondays through Saturdays from 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Monday hours are extended to 7 p.m. February through April and September through November. Admission is free.

Schedules

  • Occurred Wednesday, December 6th, 2017 @ 12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Venue

University of Wyoming Art Museum

2111 Willett Drive
Laramie, 82071

Contact

Katie Christensen, Curator of Education and Statewide Engagement

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