Cody Country Art League

cody country art league

Formally established in 1964 the Cody Country Art League is located in the Visitor’s Center on Sheridan Avenue in downtown Cody, Wyoming. The structure is the original Buffalo Bill Museum and is registered on the National Register of Historic Places.

The founding members established the art league in order to promote the artistic endeavor among local artists by encouraging exhibits, displays and sales; fostering art education among artists, and the support of art classes to all artists in the community, which was the heart of the movement.

The Cody Country Art League is a culmination of the “impossible dream realized through the benevolence of a progressive community” and particularly by our founding members, which include Mr. & Mrs. Paul Stock, Dr. Harold McCracken, the Nielsen family, Mrs. Doris May and the Coe Family, to name just a few.

Our Vision:

Connect the Visual Arts to Our Community

Our Mission:

We are dedicated to creating an environment for the promotion, appreciation and education in the visual arts.

Our Objectives:

  • Provide a physical home for visual art education in Park County and the region
  • Identify and recruit new Artist Members
  • Identify and recruit new Friends of the Art League
  • Provide education to both amateur and professional artists with a variety of art-based offerings
  • Promote and sell original art created by our members
  • Promote the visual arts to Park County, the region and beyond
  • Encourage community involvement in the Art League
  • Foster our members’ involvement in their community

cody country art league logo