Wyoming Arts Council

Governor Matt Mead signs HB177 into law

Call for nominations: Americans for the Arts’ Public Art Network’s Year in Review program

Wyoming has experienced a boom in public art projects during the past decade. The Public Art Network’s Year in Review program is the only national program that specifically recognizes public art projects. Up to 50 projects are selected annually through an open-call application process and selected by two to three jurors. The projects are available on CD-Rom in
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Call for nominations: Americans for the Arts' Public Art Network's Year in Review program

Wyoming has experienced a boom in public art projects during the past decade. The Public Art Network’s Year in Review program is the only national program that specifically recognizes public art projects. Up to 50 projects are selected annually through an open-call application process and selected by two to three jurors. The projects are available on CD-Rom in
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Submission deadline March 15 for Wyoming Writers, Inc., annual writing contest

Do you have a masterpiece tucked away in a drawer? Is a brand new story or poem playing around in that grey matter between your ears? Enter your work in the 2013 Wyoming Writers, Inc., writing contest. But hurry — the postmark deadline for entries is March 15. In addition to children’s, adult short stories, nonfiction,
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Public art workshops offered for free March 6-7 in Jackson w/update

2013 Youth Arts Month poster features artwork by Cheyenne Central High School students

Klages, Edwards and Stewart head up CLICK! panel sessions March 1-2

The three panel sessions set for CLICK! will feature panelists who will evoke lively discussions, ask thought-provoking questions and provide opportunities for the audience to interact. Come prepared with questions! These accomplished arts professionals will supply the answers. Sessions will be held in the University of Wyoming Visual Arts Building. Why We Make Art, facilitated by
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Jacoby competition March 1 will select finest UW student musician

News about this upcoming competition comes from the University of Wyoming: Six will perform. Only one will be chosen as the University of Wyoming’s finest student musician during the Dorothy Jacoby Student Soloist Competition Friday, March 1, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts concert hall. The Jacoby Competition, sponsored by the UW Symphony Orchestra,
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Lander Art Center seeks artist in residence

Artist in Residence opportunity — immediate opening  Self-motivated artists searching for the time, space, and resources needed to explore ideas and create new work, here is your opportunity! The Lander Art Center hosts an artist in residence for a term of six months or more.  Chosen applicants will be provided studio space, access to studio equipment, and
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Register now for CLICK! conference

CLICK! A Weekend for Wyoming Visual Artists is an event designed to engage Wyoming artists in strengthening and building their careers. Held in conjunction with the Wyoming Arts Council’s Visual Arts Fellowship awards ceremony, CLICK! will challenge seasoned and emerging artists alike to consider how they might take control of their professional careers through strategic planning, community building and networking. Peers
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