Wyoming Arts Council

Submit: Adler Short Story Contest

From the Warren Adler web site (Warren’s a part-time Jackson resident):On July 13, Stonehouse Press will launch the second annual Warren Adler Short Story Contest. Our first contest’s theme, in conjunction with the 25th anniversary of The War of the Roses, dealt with break-ups and divorce and attracted hundreds of entries. The new contest will
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Paint your art out

FREE ART CLASSES AT THE UNIVERSITY OF WYOMING ART MUSEUMPaint Pony Express Classes Offered throughout July. Children ages 4-11 can learn from art experts about the symbols and myths that cultures use to pass on traditions and information. Paint Pony Express encourages children to use art, movement, music and storytelling to explore the exhibits in
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Apply for Transnational Communities Award

From a press release: The Transnational Communities Award is open to artistic, cultural and social projects that creatively use the technologic and conceptual tools available in the web, broadening the channels of communitarian communication and interaction and giving rise to spaces online where practices and stories are shared. The purpose of this award is to
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Barajas chosen as sculptor

Guadalupe Barajas of Cheyenne has been selected as the sculptor of the Governor’s residence sculpture project. Barajas was selected via committee from a list of three finalists. John Mortensen of Wilson and Bunny Connell of Sheridan were the other two finalists. Barajas is a graduate of East High School in Cheyenne and received a Bachelor
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Banner Year for Nic

The Nicolaysen Art Museum celebrates their 40th anniversary with the NIC Banner Project. Inspired by a similar project held in New York City’s Times Square, NIC staff member Penelope Rush brought the idea back to Casper’s NIC. The Project features 40 artist-created banners that will be exhibited on city light poles down five blocks of
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The Muse has moved

Muse Gallery in Jackson has moved to their new location at 62 South Glenwood St. Nicole Charbonnet’s exhibit Wild America will show July 1-18. Attend the opening reception on Thursday, July 5, from 5-9 p.m.FMI go to http://www.jhmusegallery.com/ or call (307) 733-0555.

Southeast Wyoming Art Show and Sale

The opening reception for the Southeast Wyoming Art Show and Sale is June 29th from 5-7 p.m. The exhibition runs from June 29-July 31 at the Cheyenne Civic Center, 510 W. 20th Street. Hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. Sunday hours on July 1, 22, and 29 are noon to 4
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Disney/ABC Television Group and The Walt Disney Studios 2008 Writing Fellowship

Probably too late for this year, but think ahead for next year–Deadline for the 2008 Fellowship is July 1st, 2007. Applications can be downloaded at www.disneyabctalentdevelopment.com. Begun in 1990 in partnership with the Writers Guild of America, west, the Disney-ABC Writing Fellowship has become one of the industry’s best known and most respected writing fellowships.
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Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale

On September 21, beginning at 5 p.m., The Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale in Cody, Wyoming, hosts the 26th annual Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale, reception, dinner, and live auction, featuring over 100 of today’s best western artists including Fritz White, Kevin Red Star, Robin Laws, Harry Jackson, Donna Howell-Sickles, Thom Ross, Nancy
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Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale

On September 21, beginning at 5 p.m., The Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale in Cody, Wyoming, hosts the 26th annual Buffalo Bill Art Show & Sale, reception, dinner, and live auction, featuring over 100 of today’s best western artists including Fritz White, Kevin Red Star, Robin Laws, Harry Jackson, Donna Howell-Sickles, Thom Ross, Nancy
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