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EXHIBIT FEATURES ART BY ARTISTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

EXHIBIT FEATURES ART BY ARTISTS WITH SPECIAL NEEDS

Art work created by clients of Community Entry Services goes on display in the Robert A. Peck Arts Center Gallery June 6.

The exhibit features the work by artists with special needs who received instruction by Riverton artist Linda Johnson. The artists worked in a multiple media including painting, ceramics and metal work.

On June 7, a reception to honor the artists of the “Pathways of Expression” exhibit is scheduled from 6-8 p.m. in the gallery and the public is invited. The exhibit is on display through July 10 and is open during regular college hours.

The exhibit is co-sponsored CWC, CES, the Wyoming Arts Council, the Riverton Art Guild and Walmart.

Riverton, Wyo.— Metallica’s foundation, All Within My Hands, continues its multimilliondollar investment in critical workforce programs at community colleges nationwide. Among the schools, Central Wyoming College was selected from a competitive pool of applicants to receive $100,000 to transform the futures of students in the community.

“Central Wyoming College is excited to be a part of something that is elevating the importance of career paths where people can be really successful,” says President Brad Tyndall. “Trades, like our auto program, are so desperately needed by our communities right now. We’re incredibly thankful for Metallica’s generosity and All Within My Hands’ support.”

“Metallica’s mission to bring ‘dignity to the trades’ is aligned with Central Wyoming College’s purpose of providing high quality education in all of our trades programs,” says Lynne McAuliffe, CWC Dean of Business, Technical, Health and Safety. “We selected the Automotive Technology program to be the focus of this initiative in order to bring additional resources and attention to the demanding profession of automotive technicians.”