Artifact: A Cultural Geography of Wyoming

Artifact: A Cultural Geography of Wyoming is a traveling exhibit of 90 black and white photographs by award-winning Lander photographer, Mike McClure, plus essays by local writers and ranchers. The Library exhibit for April  consists of 30 photos illustrating the northern area of Wyoming.

The book is part of our collection. Look for it in Non-Fiction under 978.7 MCCLURE

Artifact: A Cultural Geography of Wyoming is  a Wyoming State Museum Traveling Exhibit underwritten by: Casper Star-Tribune, Fremont Motor Companies, National Endowment for the Arts/U.S. Forest Service, Wyoming Arts Council, Wyoming Council for the Humanities, Wyoming Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources. Thank you!