Wyoming Arts Council

Paintings by interned World War II veteran featured at Western Heritage Center in Billings

Paintings by Montana’s Ben Steele documenting his experiences in Japanese concentration camps during World War II will be on display through Sept. 19 at the Western Heritage Center, 2822 Montana Avenue, Billings, Mont. Here’s some background on Steele featured in the Billings Gazette: Ben Steele, of Billings, Mont., was one of thousands of American soldiers
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"Cowboys & Outlaws" airs on History Channel

Cheyenne actor, playwright and teacher Rory Mack sends this news: These are the dates for the Tom Horn and Cattle Kate documentaries that the History Channel filmed parts of here in Cheyenne. Several locals were included in the filming (including yours truly). Should be fun to see! Conor McCarthy sent this update: We have officially
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"Cowboys & Outlaws" airs on History Channel

Cheyenne actor, playwright and teacher Rory Mack sends this news: These are the dates for the Tom Horn and Cattle Kate documentaries that the History Channel filmed parts of here in Cheyenne. Several locals were included in the filming (including yours truly). Should be fun to see! Conor McCarthy sent this update: We have officially
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Accreditation Celebration at NIC today

Holly Turner, director of the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, sends this invitation: Please join us Monday (today) between noon and 7 p.m. for Accreditation Celebration Day! We will be celebrating the museum’s recent accreditation by the American Association of Museums. We will be offering all visitors: FREE ADMISSION! A first glimpse at the 24th
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Call for entries: AVA Center Mini Show

Join Sept. 17 camera safari to the Tetons

From a press release: Wildlife artists Lindsay Scott and Leo E. Osborne will accompany a unique ‘Mini Safari’ into Grand Teton National Park on Thursday, September 17. The early morning camera safari – led by Wildlife Expeditions, a division of non-profit Teton Science Schools – is part of the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Western
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Help wanted: Wyoming Arts Alliance

The Wyoming Arts Alliance is looking for an executive director. Here’s the job description: The Wyoming Arts Alliance is seeking an energetic, self-motivated and fearless individual to help create and lead an outstanding arts advocacy organization for Wyoming. Wyoming Arts Alliance is a statewide 501(c) 3 consortium of artists, arts organizations, presenters, educators and advocates.
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Preparations underway for October’s National Arts & Humanities Month

This article by Adrian Versteegh was in today’s edition of the New York Daily News Online: Preparations are underway for the seventeenth National Arts and Humanities Month, a country-wide smorgasbord of public events, open houses, and media coverage coordinated each October by the nonprofit advocacy group Americans for the Arts. The official partner for the
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Preparations underway for October's National Arts & Humanities Month

This article by Adrian Versteegh was in today’s edition of the New York Daily News Online: Preparations are underway for the seventeenth National Arts and Humanities Month, a country-wide smorgasbord of public events, open houses, and media coverage coordinated each October by the nonprofit advocacy group Americans for the Arts. The official partner for the
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arts + skiing = economic revitalization

The following article by Tessa Schweigert appeared in today’s edition of the Powell Tribune. The grand opening of the Plaza Diane Community Center for the Arts will be held Thursday (today), Aug. 27, 6-10 p.m. at the corner of 2nd and Bent in Powell. Dance music by The Fireants from Buffalo, a group on the
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