Wyoming Arts Council

Call for proposals: Portrait of Nevada's Governor

The State of Nevada invites professional artists with previous experience in commissioned work for an open competition to paint the portrait of Governor Jim Gibbons which will hang in the Nevada State Capitol. A Request for Proposals (RFP) inviting artists to participate in thiscompetition to paint, frame and install the painting was recentlyissued. The deadline
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Call for proposals: Portrait of Nevada’s Governor

The State of Nevada invites professional artists with previous experience in commissioned work for an open competition to paint the portrait of Governor Jim Gibbons which will hang in the Nevada State Capitol. A Request for Proposals (RFP) inviting artists to participate in thiscompetition to paint, frame and install the painting was recentlyissued. The deadline
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Yard concert in Cheyenne with Jeff Finlin and company

Left: Jeff Finlin; Right: Cory McDaniel So excited when Amy emailed and wanted to know if they could get up a backyard concert here in Cheyenne with Jeff and company (Amy and Cory McDaniel). Stay tuned for more info as it becomes available. What’s a yard concert? A yard concert is a casual event that brings
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ARTCORE announces 2010-2011 season line-up

From ARTCORE in Casper: The 2010-2011 series has been announced! Music & Poetry Mondays from July 26 – August 16 – Downtown Grill, 7:30:July 19 – Anastasia’s Fault, Open Mic for WritersJuly 26 – Jack Wallace, fiddle & Teense Wilford, guitar; India Hayford, writerAug. 2 – Bob Meloy, trombone; Betty Walts, piano; Tom Rea, writerAug.
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Call for applications: Wyoming Tourism Board

Because tourism is such a huge business in Wyoming, and because much of it is connected directly (and indirectly) to arts and cutural destinations, service on the Wyoming Tourism Board is important to the arts community. Travel & Tourism just announced this: The Wyoming Tourism Board has an immediate opening for an unexpired term in District
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Noted linguistic anthropologist Michael Silverstein addresses UW conference July 1

From a UW press release: The University of Wyoming Department of Anthropology’s “Language, Culture and History Conference” starts Thursday, July 1, with a keynote talk by Professor Michael Silverstein, MacArthur Award-winning linguistic anthropologist from the University of Chicago. He will discuss a “hapax legomenon,” at 9 a.m. in the College of Education auditorium. Other sessions
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Harmonic singing and chanting

I’ve gotten involved in an harmonic singing group in Ft. Collins and am finding the experience mystical. The vibratory force that we all operate on is not always apparent, but when making a sound that you suddenly realize and feel is on the same vibratory frequency, oscillating at numerous frequencies simultaneously, it’s exhilarating. Met Herman last night, who
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Noel Coward's "Private Lives" runs July 6-10 at UW

The University of Wyoming’s 2010 Snowy Range Summer Theatre season closes with “Private Lives,” Noel Coward’s classic comedy about the people we can’t live with — or without. Directed by Lee Hodgson, “Private Lives” runs July 6-10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Studio Theatre. Tickets cost $10 for the public, $8 for
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Noel Coward’s "Private Lives" runs July 6-10 at UW

The University of Wyoming’s 2010 Snowy Range Summer Theatre season closes with “Private Lives,” Noel Coward’s classic comedy about the people we can’t live with — or without. Directed by Lee Hodgson, “Private Lives” runs July 6-10 at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center Studio Theatre. Tickets cost $10 for the public, $8 for
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Apply now for E.D. position at Arts North Dakota

From the North Dakota Arts Council:‘Applications are now being accepted for an exciting new Executive Director position with Arts North Dakota, a new non-profit arts advocacy organization. This position will be approximately 20 hours/week at $16-$18/hour with no benefits. It is a statewide position and may be conducted from any location in the state. Some
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