Wyoming Arts Council

Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition reception May 1, 5-7 p.m., at Wyoming State Museum

To view all the art work in the exhibit, go to: http://wyomuseum.state.wy.us/GCAE2009/2009gcae.htm

Governor's Capitol Art Exhibition reception May 1, 5-7 p.m., at Wyoming State Museum

To view all the art work in the exhibit, go to: http://wyomuseum.state.wy.us/GCAE2009/2009gcae.htm

Ariane Jimison conducts pottery class at AVA

Page Lambert wins nonfiction writing award

Long-time Wyoming Writers, Inc., member Page Lambert is the recipient of The AROHO (A Room of Her Own Foundation) Orlando Nonfiction Writing Award. AROHO is an organization dedicated to helping women writers and artists. The award for unpublished poetry, short fiction, sudden fiction and nonfiction celebrates Virginia Woolf’s title character’s liberation from the restraints of
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Cheyenne Chamber Singers present "May Day in the Park" concert

The Cheyenne Chamber Singers present “May Day at the Park” on Friday, May 1, 7 p.m., in the Lions Park Community House. Here’s a description of the program from the Cheyenne Chamber Singers web site:Sprinkled with fun and light-hearted music, the final program of the season is offered with a true “spring is here” flavor.
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Cheyenne Chamber Singers present "May Day in the Park" concert

The Cheyenne Chamber Singers present “May Day at the Park” on Friday, May 1, 7 p.m., in the Lions Park Community House. Here’s a description of the program from the Cheyenne Chamber Singers web site:Sprinkled with fun and light-hearted music, the final program of the season is offered with a true “spring is here” flavor.
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UW’s Craig Arnold missing in Japan

This communique was sent today and passed on via e-mail by UW/CC prof and WAC board chair Bruce Richardson: Dear Colleagues and Students, Beth Loffreda and I write to inform you of a developing situation with our friend and colleague Craig Arnold. Craig is currently missing in Japan and an intensive search for him is
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UW's Craig Arnold missing in Japan

This communique was sent today and passed on via e-mail by UW/CC prof and WAC board chair Bruce Richardson: Dear Colleagues and Students, Beth Loffreda and I write to inform you of a developing situation with our friend and colleague Craig Arnold. Craig is currently missing in Japan and an intensive search for him is
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"Art for the Soul, Soup for the Bowl" fund-raiser May 1 in Jackson

"Art for the Soul, Soup for the Bowl" fund-raiser May 1 in Jackson

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