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February 24 - May 11, 2024
A highlight of the Art Museum’s exhibition program, the 49th Annual Juried University
of Wyoming Student Exhibition presents the artwork from selected University of Wyoming
students. Open to any student currently enrolled at UW, including in-state students
in the Distance Learning Program, the student exhibition provides a professional development opportunity for students
to present their work in a museum setting.
This year’s exhibition will be organized around the theme of identity. We invite students to submit works exploring their sense of self or sense of community,
Works not selected for the museum exhibition will be presented in a Salon des Refusés, organized by the Student Art League.
This year's Juror: Joy L. Armstrong, Director and Curator of the Galleries of Contemporary Art (GOCA) at the University
of Colorado in Colorado Springs (UCCS)
Celebrate the opening of UWAM's Spring Exhibitions on February 24th, including a 100 year retrospective of the painter and UW alumni, Harold Garde, and an Awards Ceremony for the 49th Annual UW Student Juried Exhibition.
5PM • Reception with hors d’oeuvres and refreshments6PM • Awards Ceremony
This event is free and open to the public.
Any undergraduate, graduate, or post-doctoral student attending any college or outreach
school that is registered for classes during the Fall 2023 and/or Spring 2024 semester
at the University of Wyoming is encouraged to submit their artwork for review. A variety
of scholarship and purchase awards are available.
To find out more about submitting and preparing your work, attend a FREE info session
with museum staff and visual arts faculty at the Art Museum, November 6, 1 – 3pm.
Café Submission Process:
Submit up to three artworks, November 10, 2023 – January 7, 2024
Your accepted works must be dropped off at the Art Museum between 9am – 5pm on February 1st and 2nd.
Bring your accepted work, ready to hang and install.
You will need to review and sign a loan agreement for your works and leave them to
be installed.Ready to hang/install means:
• Your 2D work is properly framed and has adequate hanging hardware for its weight
• Your 3D work is stable enough to stand on its own
• Your installation includes [thorough] directions
• Your work supports itself, has no loose pieces, and is otherwise structurally sound
If you have any questions, especially regarding the ready to install status of your
pieces you are encouraged to contact us for advice in advance.
If you have questions about dropping off your artwork, email curator Michelle Sunset