Wyoming Arts Council

Nanda in Fort Collins for fundraiser

Nanda, a group composed of four young men from Port Townsend, Washington, is touring as part of Tour de Fat this year. They are performing in Fort Collins on the 7th for free at Tour de Fat, which is New Belgium’s effort to get people riding bikes instead of driving. There’s a bike parade and
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USArtists grant deadline

USArtists International has recently expanded its aesthetic and geographic parameters and now includes support for American dance, music, and theater ensembles and solo artists invited to perform at significant international festivals anywhere in the world outside the United States and its territories. The application deadline for the next grant round of the program will be
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Advocacy for Visual Art annual fundraiser

The 7th annual AVA fundraiser and juried Fine Art auction is taking applications for entries. There is a $10, non-refundable entry fee per entry, and a application form must be completed. You will know if you are accepted by October 1, and the work is due by December 12, 2008. The exhibition takes place through
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Counted cross stitch at EWC

Eastern Wyoming College is hosting, through September 14, in the Fine Arts Center, “Hanging By A Thread,” counted cross stitch by Charlie Cockett. A reception and artist talk will take place Sunday, September 14, from 6:00 to 7:00 p.m. The artist will speak first in the Fine Arts Lobby.

Take a gander at Glimmer Train

The 68th issue of Glimmer Train is arriving to your desks and reading chair side tables now. Authors in this edition include Hugh Sheehy, Armand ML Inezian, Ann Beattie, Alvin Handelman, Melanie Rae Thon, Eileen FitzGerald, Evan Lavender-Smith and Ingrid Hill. Glimmer publishes 200 pages of literary fiction quarterly, of “new stories by luminaries, and
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WAC Gallery hosts Artistic Discovery 2008

On exhibit through September 12, 2008, is artwork from the Wyoming High School Art Symposium, held in Casper every year during the month of April. Check out the imaginative art work by some of our most talented high school students from around the state. Gallery is open M-F, 8-5.

Celebrate with Devils Tower

Devils Tower National Monument is opening their new Interpretive Site, “Tribal Connections” and unveiling the World Peace Project Sculpture “Wind Circle.” It will be held at the Devils Tower National Monument, Picnic Area, Devils Tower, at 1 p.m., September 6. Light refreshments will be served following the ceremony.

Red letter dates on Arts Council calendar

Yes, Wyomingites, September is upon us and with it comes an avalanche of events and deadlines. So, as a public service, here’s a list of some key dates on the Wyoming Arts Council calendar: Aug. 27: Sign-ups begin for 2008-2009 Poetry Out Loud competition for high school students (NEW DATE!) Sept. 18: WAC creative writing
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Francuz & Morris exhibit at WWCC Gallery

This comes from a Western Wyoming Community College press release: Two artists will be featured in Western Wyoming Community College’s Art Gallery show “Body of Thought” which opens August 27 and runs through September 27. The show will include the transfer print collages of Lili Francuz, artist, and art curator at the Wyoming State Museum
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Francuz & Morris exhibit at WWCC Gallery

This comes from a Western Wyoming Community College press release: Two artists will be featured in Western Wyoming Community College’s Art Gallery show “Body of Thought” which opens August 27 and runs through September 27. The show will include the transfer print collages of Lili Francuz, artist, and art curator at the Wyoming State Museum
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