About the Exhibit
A celebration of Wyoming’s incredible women, the exhibit is an immersive experience showcasing the modern-day strength and spirit of Wyoming women and girls.
The Women in Wyoming exhibit features large-scale portraits, an audio soundscape incorporating natural sounds captured on location to snippets of the podcast interview episodes, as well as interactive storytelling components which engage the audience to tell stories about inspiring women in their own lives.
In addition, for the first time ever, Women in Wyoming will feature artifacts from the subjects as part of the exhibit including clothing, artworks, and even a 1968 Cadillac.
The mission of Women in Wyoming is to tell the inspiring stories of contemporary Wyoming women through art and media, celebrating their achievements, power, and learned wisdom.
From artists to politicians, ranchers, authors, business women, and community stewards, the project highlights some of Wyoming’s changemakers, rule breakers, and innovators through podcast interviews and portrait photography.
By illuminating the power of women through art and media, Women in Wyoming is dedicated to pioneering a platform to promote the integrity, diversity, and profound legacy of Wyoming women and girls.
About the Artist
An artist, photographer, and fifth-generation Wyoming native (originally from the small farm town of Powell), Lindsay’s work can be described as “art with an impact.” After earning her B.A. in History from Middlebury College, she returned to Wyoming to study photographic communications at Northwest College. Lindsay worked as a commercial photographer in New York City and taught photography workshops for Canon before returning to Wyoming to found her photography studio and the Women in Wyoming project.
Lindsay inspires and motivates others on a large-scale while lifting up Wyoming voices through her creations. Her portrait work has appeared in Outside and Southwest magazines. Her work creating the project has generated national acclaim, with features on Forbes.com, The Travel Channel, and American Airways, an American Airlines publication, among many others.
In addition to her creative work, Lindsay serves on the board for the Wyoming Women’s Foundation, which works towards the economic self-sufficiency and opportunities for girls in Wyoming.