Up-and-coming author Stephen Markley will visit the University of Wyoming Wednesday, April 24, to read from and answer questions about his newest book, “Ohio,” beginning at 4:30 p.m. in the McMurry Reading Room in Coe Library.
Markley’s reading is free and open to the public, and his book will be available for purchase afterward.
For more information about Markley, visit his website at www.stephenmarkley.com/.
The event is sponsored by UW Libraries, the Honors College and the Department of Visual and Literary Arts.
For more information, call Aronstein at (307) 766-2820 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Community Event, Art Show
Spring Exploration: Protect our species and its environment
12 noon – 4 pm * FREE event * Come learn about birds, bees, butterflies, bugs, blooms & more! Environmental education event that inspires learning and stewardship
Protect our Species and its Environment. All of our plants and animals have value in themselves and are part of the web of life. Our lives and theirs are linked together inextricably — without them, our own species might not survive.
Join us for a guided gallery walk-through with Nicole Crawford, chief curator of the UW Art Museum. The walk-through will feature highlights from “The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: Fifty Works for Wyoming.” The works included in the exhibition are representations of the Vogels’ interest in minimalist, conceptualist and post-1960s art. The exhibition is on view Feb. 9, 2019-March 21,2020.
Discussions will be casual and informal, and will include stories behind the art. Lunch will be provided following the gallery walk-through in the UW Art Museum’s entrance hall.
Lunchtime Conversations with Curators is a series of 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 continue the conversation after the in-gallery session. The monthly events are free and open to the public.