400 C Street
The Community Fine Arts Center in Rock Springs is a unique collaboration of the City of Rock Springs, Sweetwater County Library System and the local School District # 1. Due to this cooperation, residents and visitors alike can enjoy this "cultural oasis" in southwest Wyoming’s high desert country. The CFAC offers a permanent collection and changing displays of fine art as well as a year round schedule of performing arts programs.
2500 College Drive
The WWCC Art Gallery is located just inside the front entrance near the front desk. It was re-modeled in Spring 2011, under the supervision of Professor of Art, Florence Alfano McEwin, Ph.D, the gallery is reinstalled five to six times per year with many diverse presentations that showcase both student and professional work. Stop in anytime, and don't forget to sign the guestbook!
located inside the pedestrian underpass, under the “Home of Rock Springs Coal” archway, between North Front and South Main Streets
Started in 2015, the Art Underground Gallery was designed to bring life, color and art to the pedestrian underpass in Downtown Rock Springs. The gallery is also meant to encourage the community to get involved in adding color and creativity to our public spaces. Residents of all ages are invited to create an individual mural that will be displayed in the underpass, semi-permanently. In 2018, a second round of art was hung in the gallery.
How it worked:
A limited number of primed canvases (2’ by 4’ plywood) were available for the community to pick up, free of charge.
Guidelines for murals:
All artwork must be the artist’s individual work in design and execution.
Work must be able to withstand outdoor display; two coats of marine grade primer are highly recommended.
Work must be suitable for all ages.
Committee has the right to determine the suitability of work.
All mediums and themes are welcome.
Canvases will be displayed in the pedestrian underpass which can be somewhat dark so artists are encouraged to created pieces that are bright and colorful.