Wyoming Art Party Show: Topophilia

July 4, 2017 | Filed in:

Join the Wyoming Art Party for the opening reception of TOPOPHILIA: A loving reconfiguration of the mythology of our American West through studio practices and collaborative projects.

Definition – Topophilia : is a strong sense of place, which often becomes mixed with a the sense of cultural identity among certain people and a love of certain aspects of such a place.

Drawing inspiration from objects, place and Western identity, artists June Glasson, Meg Thompson and Adrienne Vetter make work both individually and with community-based practices created through the Wyoming Art Party. This show features an archive of objects and documentation from past community projects by W.A.P. alongside a curated selection of the artist’s individual studio work.

The show will run from June 9th to August 23 at the University of Wyoming Visual Art Gallery.

For more information about the Wyoming Art Party see :www.wyomingartparty.com

“WTF Series”; spray paint, reclaimed corrugated tin, wood, barbed wire; 2017; Meg Thompson


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