GRANTS UPDATE: As of April 4, the AAW grant category is closed for FY 14 requests.
-April 24-25: GTO grant review panel meeting, Laramie
-May 9: Postmark deadline for Blanchan/Doubleday writing awards
-May 9-10: AE grant review panel meeting, Casper
-June 5-6: WAC quarterly board meeting, Saratoga
“The Lincoln Highway: A Road to Somewhere Else” at Territorial Prison SHS May 10 Posted: April 17, 2014
Schedule announced for spring 2014 Piatigorsky Tour of Wyoming Posted: April 16, 2014
WAC announces recipients of 2014 Visual Arts Fellowship Awards Posted: April 16, 2014
Jennifer studied video production at Emerson College, The International Film and Television Workshops, Boston Film/Video Foundation, and The Documentary Guild, a production company that specialized in Nova science programs for WGBH, the Boston PBS station. Her mockumentary “Highway 22 Revisited” won the 2011 Wyoming Short Film Contest. Winning several awards from festivals around the country,
With a passion for stage lighting design, Sharon is a consultant to productions, helping crews to realize overlooked capabilities at staging venues and how to optimize a venue’s potential. She teaches others about lighting design, and has designed for various venues for 30 years, earning her B.A. in Technical Theatre from the University of Missouri/Kansas
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,
Currently a freelance scenic designer, Jeffrey Tish earned his B.A. in theatre with an emphasis in scenic design and a minor in costume design from the University of Wyoming. Jeffrey offers workshops to groups and schools in scenic design, construction, prop building, scenic painting techniques and shop organization. He has designed over seventy-five productions in
Katherine has published numerous articles for trade journals about her trademark techniques. She has enjoyed many exhibitions of her works, and has taught for colleges, metals and jewelry guilds, and jewelry academies. She is best known for her etching protocols, her vibrant iridescent patinas on metal, and integration of ancient techniques with Contemporary art jewelry.