6th Annual Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk 2021 | Art Exhibition of New Metal Prints from Seneca Creek Studios at Laramie’s Basecamp in Historic Downtown Laramie, Wyoming

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You are invited to a free weekend full of art and music during the 6th Annual Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk featuring new Wyoming landscape metal prints from Seneca Creek Studios at Laramie’s Basecamp in Historic Downtown Laramie, Wyoming! Allison Pluda, the owner and lead artist of Seneca Creek Studios, will have multiple of her fine art prints on display and for sale featuring her signature metal print landscape photography from Wyoming and the Snowy Range. The exhibition as part of the pop-up art walk will be at Laramie’s Basecamp, Laramie’s best outdoor adventure company, at 220 S. 2nd Street from Monday September 6th through Sunday September 12th, 2021, 9am to 6pm.

What is it?

The Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk will feature:

  • A Special Art Exhibition and Sale from numerous local artists at different businesses downtown
  • Live Music by local musicians around downtown
  • Local fine art landscape photography, archival metal prints prints, gift prints, and more
  • Opportunity to meet the artists, visit local businesses, mingle, and enjoy!

When and where is it happening?

This inclusive and dynamic downtown event is from

Friday September 3rd and Saturday September 4th, 2021 and
Friday September 10th and Saturday September 11th, 2021

9am – 6pm

Laramie’s Basecamp at 220 S 2nd Street
downtown Laramie, Wyoming as part of the
6th Annual Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk

Start your art walk off at Seneca Creek Studios’ exhibition at Laramie’s Basecamp and enter the print giveaway, and then pick up your map so you can plan the rest of your walk.

About the Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk

The 6th Annual 2021 Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk is a weekend long art walk 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. 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. The Laramie Pop-Up Art Walk is supported in part by a grant from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund, a program of the Dept. of State Parks and Cultural Resources.

About Laramie’s Basecamp

Laramie’s Basecamp is Laramie’s best outdoor adventure company that’s inclusive, family-friendly and fun. In addition to their retail store downtown, they offer equipment and gear rentals, ski and snowboard waxing, tuning, stone grinding, and tech services, as well as guiding and outfitting programs. They also run the Little Laramie Hikers group and put on multiple community outdoor related programs.

Some businesses are stuffy and boring. They’re not. 

They’re the kind of businesses that has a freezer full of popsicles at their Basecamp South location cool and ready for our SUP and kayak renters after they get off the water.

They’re the kind of business who takes their monthly staff meetings to the trail, so they can pick up trash as they review their schedule and goals. They’re the kind of business that has a vision board hanging on their walls and values that guide them in all we do. They’re the kind of business that celebrates their failures as a chance to get better more than our victories. They’re a little quirky. They’re a little weird. They’re not perfect, but they’re a lot of fun. They don’t know everything, but we’re always learning.

When you shop at Basecamp instead of a big box store you’re supporting a dream. A dream of creating an Outdoor Adventure Company that’s inclusive, family-friendly and fun. When you shop at Basecamp you’re helping to send their 6 high school employees to college in a few years. When you shop at Basecamp you’re helping to offset the cost of Basecamp Ski Club and their goal to help young ski endurance athletes train to become super fast. When you shop at Basecamp you’re helping their 3 college students/employees pay for books and rent.

But most of all, when you shop at Basecamp they get to see you! Because after years in business they make you feel like you’re not a stranger when you walk into their shop or rental center. They feel like you’re a friend.

Visit their website at www.laramiesbasecamp.com, give them a call at 307-703-0172, or visit their retail store at 220 S. 2nd Street in historic downtown Laramie, Wyoming.

About Seneca Creek Studios

Seneca Creek Studios is the professional photography and design studio you can trust offering fine art nature and landscape photography prints, portrait sessions, headshots, website and graphic design, marketing, branding, commercial photography, videography, and more. As a full-time and full-service studio, we are your one-stop-shop for all your photography and visual marketing needs. Based in Laramie, Wyoming we ship our award-winning prints prints nationwide, have worked with many local, regional, and national clients on design and marketing projects, and are available for travel commissions. Our studio is best known for our vibrant Rocky Mountains, Western, and Wyoming landscape photography on our signature fine art metal prints as well as our commissioned unique portraits and commercial design work. 

Owner and artist Allison Pluda started Seneca Creek Studios in 2007 and brings over a decade of her professional experiences to life with her natural, vibrant, genuine, and adventurous style. She eventually gave up her corporate career to follow her dreams and became a professional artist and small business owner. She hasn’t looked back since and truly puts her heart and soul into every photograph, project, and client she works with. She now runs her online fine art gallery, portrait photography business, and visual marketing and design studio full-time. Be sure to click here to join the mailing list and get our newsletter to be the first to know about upcoming sales, promotions, events, giveaways, adventures, and inspiration. Read some testimonials and see what others have to say about their experience or click here to contact us for a free consultation and let us know what we can help you with.

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