May 30-31: Wyoming Arts Council quarterly board meeting in Laramie. FMI: 307-777-7742.
May 31: Native American Business Expo: “The Business Side of Art,” Frank B. Wise Complex, Fort Washakie, Wind River Reservation. FMI: Vickie@wrdf.org
June 1-30: Governor’s Capitol Arts Awards Exhibition, Wyoming State Museum, Cheyenne. Purchase Awards Announcement and Reception on Friday, June 21, 5 p.m. FMI: 307-777-7022.
Public invited to attend Wyoming Arts Council Board events May 30-31 in Laramie Posted: May 22, 2013
WAC Providing Summer Arts Classes for Teachers Posted: May 22, 2013
TravelNerd names Jackson Hole as one of its top ten lesser-known arts destinations Posted: May 21, 2013
Three new exhibitions open Saturday, May 25, at the UW Art Museum Posted: May 20, 2013
CLICK! will be held in Laramie March 1-3, 2013. This event is designed to engaged Wyoming artists in building a visual arts community and their careers. Held in conjunction with the WAC Visual Arts Fellowship awards reception, CLICK! will challenge seasoned and emerging artists alike to consider visual arts through a range of lenses. Sessions will include 3 lively discussion panels with peers and invited experts, an artist talk by UW Eminent Visiting Artist Judy Pfaff and a hand-on session of artmaking. The conference concludes with the Visual Arts Fellowship reception, where we will announce the 2013 recipients. Participants can sign up for portfolio review by Fellowship jurors on March 3 at the conference.
William Lynn Dixon holds a degree in vocal performance with a theater performance certificate from the University of Cincinnati’s College Conservatory of Music. He has performed for presidents George H. W. Bush and Bill Clinton, and international dignitaries as well. His workshops and master classes feature the connection between theatre, writing, and literature, and can … Continue Reading
Michael is a Wyoming native with a unique style that falls somewhere between the Delta Blues and Western cowboy swing. For over three decades, Mike has rambled the country playing his music. He’s picked with the famous and the unknown, in the spotlight and in the moonlight, worked as a cowboy, broncbuster, dude-wrangler, hunting guide, … Continue Reading
A practicing enamelist for two decades, Win also works with watercolors, acrylics, collage and origami. A founding member of Enamel Guild NorthEast, she also belongs to the Society of Layerists in Multi Media, the Enamelists Society and Cheyenne Artists Guild. Her work has received several first place awards and been exhibited and sold at galleries … Continue Reading
Jenny Dowd earned an MFA in ceramics with a minor in fibers at the University of Missouri-Columbia in 2005. She completed her BFA in ceramics at Kansas State University in 2002. Her work has been shown nationally in invitational and juried exhibitions. In 2010 Jenny was an artist-in-residence at the Ucross Foundation and in 2011 … Continue Reading
Deborah earned her B.F.A in ceramics in 1998, receiving a second place award in her graduating class. Since then she has worked as a studio artist, exhibiting work in shows in St. Louis, Missouri and Wyoming, and has conducted workshops for organizations such as the Girl Scouts. She is a former board member for the … Continue Reading