Laramie Main Street Hosts 4th Biennial Laramie Pop-Up Artwalk

Laramie Wyoming Pop Up Art Walk

For one weekend the 4th Biennial Laramie Pop-Up Artwalk will transform downtown Laramie into a dynamic artspace filled with local art, live theatre, music, demos, and opportunities for the public to make art.  The mission is to create a downtown event that is fully inclusive and highlights our community’s visual, musical, and performing artists.  

This year’s Artwalk features local artists, musicians, performers, a few non-local guest artists partnering with local artists, as well as an Artists’ Village with a performance stage, vintage trailers, a community art making table, and overlaps with NU2U’s annual street dance on Friday night, located next to the Artist Village.

Artists are able to apply and participate. To be listed on the event map, sign up by August 1 by emailing Participating artists and businesses are encouraged to make a $25 donation to help cover event costs. 

The Artwalk is organized by an enthusiastic team of creatives under the umbrella of Laramie Main Street. Performing artists are being coordinated by Anne Mason of Relative Theatrics.  

The original Artwalk was the brainchild of the Wyoming Art Party, established in 2014 by three local Laramie artists, June Glasson, Meg Thompson and Adrienne Vetter with the focus of organizing art projects and shows that connect individuals and groups, scattered throughout Wyoming, who work in different regions, disciplines (fine arts, writing, music, craft) and from different backgrounds, with the aim of creating work that truly represents art in Wyoming as it is, rather than as it is thought to be. 

Financial support for the Artwalk is provided by Laramie Main Street and the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund.

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