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May 28: Art of the Hunt: Family Hunting Traditions, Cheyenne
May 30: Art of the Hunt: Activity Day, Cheyenne
June 3: Artistic Discovery exhibit opens, Cheyenne
June 11: Opening reception for Biennial Fellowship Exhibit at UW Art Museum, Laramie
July 2: Application deadline for 2016 creative writing fellowships in poetry
Artistic Discovery exhibit opens June 3 in Cheyenne Posted: May 26, 2015
The Wyomericana Caravan gets rolling on May 28 Posted: May 26, 2015
Applications open for Teton Artlab Visiting Artist in Residence fellowships Posted: May 26, 2015
Guidelines released for next round of NEA Our Town grants Posted: May 25, 2015
UW Summer Programs announces May-June concert line-up Posted: May 24, 2015
Katherine combines ancient techniques from various cultures with contemporary design in her jewelry. She has published technical articles for trade journals in her field, and her work has been featured in trade journals, print magazines and art journals in America and Europe. She has taught workshops from children to professionals in her field. She enjoys
A University of Wyoming Professor Emeritus, Larry W. Hazlett has designed lighting for more than 160 staged productions at the University of Wyoming (UW), University of Virginia, Colorado Ballet while in residence at UW, and other professional venues during his 21 years at UW. In 2001, he designed lighting for scenes used in the HBO
A recipient of the 2008 Neltje Blanchan Memorial Writing Award for nature writing and a 2006 Governor’s Arts Award, Barbara is widely published and has taught various creative writing courses at the college level and in the community for two decades. Barbara’s memoir writing workshop, “Write Your Life Story,” focuses on how to organize and
“Buffalo Bill” is Lander, Wyoming’s own songster, raconteur, fiddler, historian, winner of the Western Music Association Yodeler of 2011, multi-faceted entertainer and instrumentalist, and the only person in the State of Wyoming licensed to carry a concealed banjo! Performing cowboy poetry, historical, cowboy and original songs about the Wild West, Oregon Trail and Wyoming, “Buffalo
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.