Munns' Exhibits Continue at Casper College | Casper College, Wyoming

Munns' Exhibits Continue at Casper College

Two art exhibits featuring the collections of Lynn Munns, former pottery instructor at Casper College, are currently on display at both college art galleries.

Two art exhibits featuring the collections of Lynn Munns, former pottery instructor at Casper College, are currently on display at both college art galleries. Both exhibitions are free and open to the public.

The first, “Memories of Japan” features a variety of art and images of Japan. Scheduled to run through Thursday, April 26, the exhibit is housed in the Goodstein Art Gallery, located in the Goodstein Visual Arts Center.

Two art exhibits featuring the collections of Lynn Munns, former pottery instructor at Casper College, are currently on display at both college art galleries. Both exhibitions are free and open to the public. The first, “Memories of Japan” features a vari

A close up of one of the items on exhibit at "Memories of Japan." Image courtesy of Lynn Munns, Casper College photo.

The second exhibition, “Kimono Quilts” displays the beauty of Japanese kimonos in quilt form. This exhibit, which is housed in the Music Building’s Mildred Zahradnicek Gallery, will be on display through Wednesday, June 20.

Munns taught pottery at Casper College for 35 years and was the Casper College Fine Arts Division Chair at the time of his retirement in May 2006. Following his retirement, the Casper College board of trustees designated him as division chair fine arts emeritus.

Two art exhibits featuring the collections of Lynn Munns, former pottery instructor at Casper College, are currently on display at both college art galleries.

A close up of one of the quilts on exhibit in the "Kimono Quilts" exhibition at Casper College. Kimono quilt courtesy of Lynn Munns, Casper College photo.

Both the Goodstein Visual Arts Center and the Music Building are located on the Casper College campus.

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