Thursday, July 5, 2012

Summer Exhibitions and Events at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper

This weekend marks your last chance to see El Caballo: The Horse in Mexican Folk Art at the Nicolaysen. The exhibition considers the storied tradition of the horse in Mexican visual culture, spanning geography and discipline. Until July 8

You can also catch two solo exhibitions, Tracy Linder: The Obligation to Endure and Abbie Miller: Zipped

Tracy Linder’s work (pictured) has been exhibited across the country and is held in a variety of museum collections. She employs agricultural materials to construct sculptures and installations that investigate the connections between land, food sources and life. Until August 5

Abbie Miller utilizes textiles and the fashion world to create sculptural forms that consider the interplay between body, materiality and form, while engaging the concepts of craft and labor. Until September 9

Also on offer is the Nic’s 8-week Wensday Night Live Concert Series, starting July 11 with “folk” duo, The Cantrells. All concerts are free, from 5:30 to 7:30, with food and drinks available for purchase.

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