You are invited to a free weekend full of art and music during the 4th Annual Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk at Seneca Creek Studios in Historic Downtown Laramie ,Wyoming! Allison Pluda, the owner and lead photographer, will be opening up her nature and portrait photography studio to reveal a new art exhibition series featuring her signature metal print landscape photography from Wyoming and the Snowy Range as well as a special featured artist we will be announcing soon.
What is it?
The Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk at Seneca Creek Studio’s will feature:
- A Special Art Exhibition, Sale, and Artists Reception
- Live Music by local musicians
- Local fine art landscape photography, archival metal prints prints, gift prints, and more
- Opportunity to meet the artists, mingle, and enjoy!
When and where is it happening?
This inclusive and dynamic downtown event is on
Friday, September 6th, 2019 from 3-8pm,
Saturday, September 7th from 1-7pm,
and Sunday, September 8th from 12-3pm
223 E Garfield St (Between 2nd and 3rd St)
downtown Laramie, Wyoming as part of the
4th Annual Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk
Start your art walk off at Seneca Creek Studioslocated at 223 E Garfield St (between 2nd and 3rd St, look for the green awnings and big red balloon) for some refreshments, music, art, and enter the portrait session giveaway, and then pick up your map so you can plan the rest of your walk.
About the Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk
The 4th Annual 2019 Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk is a weekend long artwalk that includes established galleries alongside “pop-up” shops that showcase the work of local artists, musicians, and performers. The event features live theatre, music, demos, and opportunities for the public to make art at the event. All of this occurs inside the pop-up spaces as well as on the streets of downtown with the goal of turning the historic district into an art gallery/space.
The Artwalk, formerly organized by the Wyoming Art Party, is now hosted by Laramie Main Street and a dedicated group of volunteers including co-chairs Ivy Thompson and Sarita Talusani Keller. Laramie Main Street’s goal in hosting the Artwalk is to organize an event that is fully inclusive and highlights local visual and performing arts. The event will showcase the work of local artists and will help to further promote the idea of Laramie as the cultural capital of Wyoming. The event will also bring people into downtown spaces and businesses that they may not typically frequent.
The event’s goal is to organize a downtown event that is fully inclusive and highlights local visual and performing arts. The event will showcase the work of local artists and will help to further promote the idea of Laramie as the cultural capital of Wyoming.
Previous year’s art walks have featured 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 sheep wagon, a community art making table, a photobooth, and overlaps with NU2U’s annual street dance on Friday night, located next to the Artist Village.