March 16: Application deadline for 2016 visual arts fellowships. Apply here.
April 10-11: CLICK! Conference, Cody
May 21-22: WAC quarterly board meeting, Sundance
Funding has been expended for Arts Projects grants and no more FY 15 applications will be accepted. Interested in applying for a FY 16 Arts Project grant? Call the WAC at 307-777-7742 and ask for an invitation code.
“The Art of Taxidermy” panel discussion set for March 26 Posted: March 6, 2015
Call for entries: 20/20 presentations at CLICK! Posted: March 5, 2015
UW screens “Freedom Riders” documentary Posted: March 5, 2015
Wyoming Symphony offers “Vive La France!” concert on March 21 Posted: March 5, 2015
Remembering the Holocaust through story and song Posted: March 5, 2015
A native of Red Lodge, Montana, Nancy began painting one picture a year as a Christmas present for her parents. In 2003, she retired from teaching art in the public school system where she taught K-12. She has continued teaching watercolor through Sheridan Community College, and also holds private workshops in painting, drawing media and
Echo Klaproth is a fourth-generation Wyoming rancher, writer, retired teacher and ordained minister from Shoshoni. In a ceremony at the State Capitol on July 10, 2013, she was introduced by Gov. Matt Mead as Wyoming’s sixth Poet Laureate. Her writing reflects: stories of her family’s heritage; struggles, gains, and growth as a woman, wife, mother,
David’s blacksmithing passion began in 1976, when he kindled his first forge fire in Colorado as he learned the art from Slim Spurling in exchange for working in the shop. In 1994, after operating his own forge in Maine, where he made hand-forged napkin rings for First Lady Rosalyn Carter, David moved to Buffalo and
Joshua Smith is a visual artist, with a studio practice in sculpture, furniture, public art, and land-based site-specific projects. With a sensitive awareness to the impact spaces have on our perception, he works with place heightening perception and interpretation of topographies and land-use policies. Joshua received his MFA From Cranbrook Academy of Art in 2005.
Verismo Trio—Nicole Riner on flute, Scott Turpen on saxaphones and Theresa Bogard on piano—has thrilled audiences across the country with their dynamic performances. Celebrated for their virtuosity and colorful musicianship, the trio performs pieces from Debussy to Latin jazz. Recent appearances include a tour of the Pacific Northwest and the Festival de Musica in Goiania,