The NIC invites the community to meet their new executive director
CASPER, Wy.– As 2020 draws to a close, the new year brings with it opportunities for community and growth. In that spirit, The NIC, Casper’s contemporary art museum, invites patrons, donors, members, artists, and the community to meet and greet their new executive director, Andy Couch, during an open house on November 12, from 4-6 p.m.  
“The Nicolaysen Art Museum is an organization that has incredible potential,” said Couch. “I am honored to be leading a wonderful staff with the guidance of an outstanding board of directors. Together we are thrilled to develop relevant experiences and partnerships through the arts. I can’t wait to get to know our community!”
The absence of many local events and programs due to the COVID-19 pandemic has motivated organization leaders to foster community engagement while still prioritizing attendees’ health and safety. Safety and accessibility remain top priorities for the Couch and the board of directors.
“The NIC remains committed to being the cultural anchor for Casper and the greater Wyoming community,” said Mike Bond, board chair for The NIC. “While we live in challenging times, with common-sense precautions, everyone can still safely enjoy all that the museum has to offer.”
The NIC’s open house will feature a brief introduction by Couch, followed by a time to mingle and chat. Adult beverages will be available for purchase from a cash bar.
For our visitors’ safety, we ask that attendees wear a mask and observe social distancing guidelines.
For more information, please contact The NIC’s marketing coordinator, Roy Uptain– 307.235.5247 or

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