Formally established in 1964, the Cody Country Art League shares its location with the Cody Country Chamber of Commerce in the original Buffalo Bill
Museum on Sheridan Avenue in downtown Cody. This structure is registered on the National Register of Historic Places.
The Cody Country Art League is a non-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of art and artists. With ever-changing displays, competitions, and featured
artist shows it promotes, encourages, and highlights local and area artists. Educational opportunities are made available through professional artists and quality
instructors that share their talents and knowledge. Affordable classes and workshops are offered for all ages and abilities.
Sustained through donations, fundraising events, sales, and grants received from the Wyoming Arts Council and the National Endowment for the Arts, the
Cody Country Art League continues to strive to provide opportunities to the community to participate, educate, and appreciate the diversities in art.
- CCAL Youth Summer Classes are offered through City of Cody Parks, Recreation, and
Public Facilities from June 19 through July 19