Category Archives: Centennial Complex

Party like it’s 1993: AHC Celebrates 25 years in the Centennial Complex

The University of Wyoming American Heritage Center and Art Museum are hosting a public open house for the 25th anniversary of their shared building, the Centennial Complex on Friday, September 14, from 1-4 p.m. On the theme of “Celebrating the … Continue reading

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Calling All Former Employees!

Are you a former employee of the American Heritage Center? As part of the Centennial Complex 25th Anniversary Celebration there will be a private event on September 14, 2018 that former employees are invited to, but we need your help! … Continue reading

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Commemorative Display about Matthew Shepard at the American Heritage Center

The Shepard Symposium for Social Justice begins tomorrow, April 11, at the Wyoming Union on the University of Wyoming campus in Laramie. According to the symposium’s website, the Shepard Symposium, an annual event at the University of Wyoming since 1997, … Continue reading

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How does the AHC use donations?

Watch this video message from AHC director Mark Greene to find out how monetary gifts are used. You’ll find more information about giving to the AHC located here, should you be interested.

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A Virtual Tour of the American Heritage Center

2013 represents the 20th anniversary of our building, the Centennial Complex.  A few weeks ago, the AHC staff and faculty had an informal commemoration of that historical landmark.  Since most of our readers are not able to personally tour our … Continue reading

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