Wyoming Arts Council

"Jump Into Jewels" Feb. 28 in Cheyenne

Habitat for Humanity Women Build Project presents “Jump Into Jewels” on Saturday, Feb. 28, at 1126 White Water Court (The Pointe) in Cheyenne. More than 15,000 new and lightly used jewelry have been donated to to this Habitat project. There will be VIP Champagne Brunch and Preview Party between 10 a.m.-noon. Tickets are $15 per
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"Jump Into Jewels" Feb. 28 in Cheyenne

Habitat for Humanity Women Build Project presents “Jump Into Jewels” on Saturday, Feb. 28, at 1126 White Water Court (The Pointe) in Cheyenne. More than 15,000 new and lightly used jewelry have been donated to to this Habitat project. There will be VIP Champagne Brunch and Preview Party between 10 a.m.-noon. Tickets are $15 per
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Call for entries: Creative Nonfiction Magazine

Call for Submissions: “When Doctors and Lawyers Connect—and Collide.” For a collection to be published by Southern Methodist University Press, Creative Nonfiction is seeking new essays written by or about doctors and lawyers, exploring the two professions’ similarities as well as their divisions and points of conflict. What intrigues, interests, or annoys doctors and lawyers—and,
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Humanities Festival: "Mountain as Metaphor"

Humanities Festival: "Mountain as Metaphor"

Writing and riding at Vee Bar Ranch

Page Lambert’s “Writing & the Landscape of the Horse” retreat will be held this summer at the Vee Bar Ranch near Laramie. Crazy about writing? Wild about horses? Come explore both passions in Wyoming with us! The 2008 retreat sold out quickly, so for 2009 we’re offering two optional dates. Week one is May 24-29;
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Happy birthday to us

The WAC’s wyomingarts blog turns two on Sunday, March 1. The first post of 1,863 was on March 1, 2007, about the National Endowment for the Arts‘ $10,000 grant to Young Musicians, Inc., in Evanston. That’s 900-some a year, with posts made every working day and some weekends. Over time, we’ve grown better at this
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Grandma, what big teeth you have!

Missoula Childrens’ Theatre will wrap up its residencies in Park County with performances of “Little Red Riding Hood” on Saturday, Feb. 28, 3 and 7 p.m., at the Powell High School Auditorium in Powell. Sponsored by the Park County Arts Council, recipient of a 2008 Wyoming Governor’s Arts Award.FMI: http://www.parkcountyartscouncil.org/

"Three Cs" illuminate "Three Rs" at UW event

CuriosityCreativityCollaboration The “Three Cs” that describe the “Teaching Creativity” conference this past week at the University of Wyoming. The academy brought in artists, entrepreneurs and inventors to share their insights. Wyomingarts was there taking notes on Feb. 25. Eddie Henderson is a professional jazz trumpeter who passed through careers in medicine and figure skating before
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"Three Cs" illuminate "Three Rs" at UW event

CuriosityCreativityCollaboration The “Three Cs” that describe the “Teaching Creativity” conference this past week at the University of Wyoming. The academy brought in artists, entrepreneurs and inventors to share their insights. Wyomingarts was there taking notes on Feb. 25. Eddie Henderson is a professional jazz trumpeter who passed through careers in medicine and figure skating before
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