from “The Road Not Taken,” www.landerartcenter.com
LANDER ART CENTER: “The Road Not Taken,” National Juried Show, November 1 – December 7 — FREE and open to the public
LANDER ART CENTER: Around Town — Native American Art Show to Open This Friday
Public reception: Friday, November 8
6-8pm at the Middle Fork, 351 Main Street
November is Native American Heritage Month and is set aside to honor and recognize the significant contributions of the first Americans. The Lander Art Center has teamed up with Native artists from Fremont County to celebrate Native American heritage through a unique collection of local artists’ work.
This collaborative art show represents Native artists mainly from Fremont County. The show is a diverse and dynamic collection of work that showcases the many talents of artists in our communities. Ceramic artists, beaders, graphic artists, and a eclectic group of painters are showcased in multiple venues around town. The Middle Fork Cafe, Lander City Hall, and the Lander Library will all be hosting Native artwork throughout the month of November.
Appetizers provided. Drinks for purchase from Middle Fork.
The community is encouraged to attend and meet the artists!
Brochures will be available at each location to provide information on the artists and the locations where artwork can be found.
SHERIDAN: SAGE Community Art Center Welcomes Two November Shows
SAGE (Sheridan Artist’s Guild, Et al) is pleased to present two November shows at their SAGE Exhibit Gallery, located at Sheridan College Main, 171 No. Main St.
The Sheridan Parks & Pathways national juried art show features art depicting Sheridan’s public walkways and parks. The show’s juror is artist Danna Hildebrand, former Sheridan resident and college art instructor.
In conjunction with the Parks & Pathways show will be SAGE’s Annual “Artly Altered Furniture” fundraiser. Various pieces of furniture are decorated and donated by SAGE members and sold via silent auction. Proceeds benefit SAGE & the Sagebrush Art Center.
The Parks and Pathways Artists’ Reception & Awards Ceremony will be November 7th, 5:30-7:00 pm. Both shows, as well as the “East Meets West in Wyoming” “stock show” at the Sagebrush Art Center, end on November 29th.
This project is made possible by a grant from the Wyoming Arts Council.
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