The Wild Women Exhibition is a photographic portrait exhibition by artist Allison Pluda of Seneca Creek Photography celebrating the strength, independence, and uniqueness of local women with a wild side worth talking about. The first series of the Wild Women Exhibition featured seven local Laramie professionals and was on display from May 7th to May 21st, 2016 at The Boarding House Gallery, 2nd Story of NU2U, 320 S 5th St in Laramie, Wyoming. Each wild woman was nominated by the community and invited to receive a free portrait session to help grow and support their businesses and personal goals. Our goal is to help keep women wild by showcasing their independent spirit and highlighting that the strength and fierceness of the women of the wild west is very much alive and well and lives on in all of us.
Want to keep the project going? Know a Wild Woman who should be featured in the next Exhibtion? Want to know when the next one is? You can help out in three ways:
1. Stay in touch
Stay in touch by joining the mailing list and letting us know what you think of the project. We’ll introduce you to the wild women in our newsletter and let you know when the next Wild Women Exhibition will be! Click here or fill out the form at the bottom of this page with your name and email to sign up.
3. Give back
Give back by becoming a sponsor for the next Wild Women Exhibition. Let us know that you’re interested in supporting the project, and we’ll contact you with the details and perks of being a sponsor! Click here or fill out the form at the bottom of this page with your contact information.
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