Art for the Trails Kicks Off, Inspiring Creativity Along the North Platte River
The inaugural year of Platte River Trails newest program, Art for the Trails, kicked off last Friday, July 10th with a successful Opening Reception at the Tate Pumphouse! From 5pm – 8 pm, ticketed guests enjoyed music by the Corey McDaniel Duo, drinks from Urban Bottle, delicious bites from Ludovico's and Papa's Pork Chops, and the company of fellow art lovers and trail supporters.
The evening also consisted of a guided tour where attendees learned more about the 10 exhibits, the artists, and the inspiration behind their creations. Our organization is proud of all the submissions this year and want to thank the following artists for their thoughtful participation in this program:
The program and the Opening Reception would not have been possible without the support of our sponsors, the Wyoming Community Foundation and Rocking K Development. We also want to thank ART 321, Carli Holcomb, Lindsey Grant and Urban Bottle for their support.
For those that couldn’t attend the Opening Reception, Art for the Trails Maps are available at the Tate Pumphouse Trail Center. The Art for the Trails exhibit will be up through mid-September. We encourage the public to pick-up a map and take a stroll from the Pumphouse to the Derrick to enjoy the unique works created by the talented artists.
We look forward to hosting Art for the Trails again next year and seeing what local artists will submit to enchant us in 2021!
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