Wyoming Arts Council

Holiday Art Fair set for Dec. 7 at Lander Art Center

News from the Lander Art Center: Art in the Afternoon is the Lander Art Center’s signature holiday art fair on Dec. 7, 9 a.m.-3 p.m. It features high quality fine art and high craft work. More than 65 artists local and regional artists will be participating in this year’s fair with a wide variety of
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Wyoming Artists’ Association meets May 1-3, 2015, in Gillette

Two Wyoming Arts Council roster artists will be among the presenters at the 60th Wyoming Artists’ Association conference at the Cam-Plex Heritage Center in Gillette on May 1-3, 2015. Painter Chris Amend of Gillette and photographer Dan Hayward of Laramie join watercolorist Kathy Single and graphic designer Chuck Egnazcak as workshop presenters at the conference.
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Wyoming Artists' Association meets May 1-3, 2015, in Gillette

Two Wyoming Arts Council roster artists will be among the presenters at the 60th Wyoming Artists’ Association conference at the Cam-Plex Heritage Center in Gillette on May 1-3, 2015. Painter Chris Amend of Gillette and photographer Dan Hayward of Laramie join watercolorist Kathy Single and graphic designer Chuck Egnazcak as workshop presenters at the conference.
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Craig Johnson issues new book of "Longmire" short stories

This news comes  from Craig Johnson’s e-mail newsletter. He’s the Ucross, Wyo., author of the Longmire mystery series. IT became a hit TV series until it was cancelled by the A&E Network and now will be part of the Netflix line-up in 2015.  Here’s the info: BOOK TOUR DECEMBER 6 Wyoming State Penitentiary Rawlins, WY
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Craig Johnson issues new book of “Longmire” short stories

This news comes  from Craig Johnson’s e-mail newsletter. He’s the Ucross, Wyo., author of the Longmire mystery series. IT became a hit TV series until it was cancelled by the A&E Network and now will be part of the Netflix line-up in 2015.  Here’s the info: BOOK TOUR DECEMBER 6 Wyoming State Penitentiary Rawlins, WY
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International Blues Challenge fund-raiser Dec. 13 in Worland

 

Teton Gravity Research screens new film Dec. 3 in Laramie

From a UW press release: Teton Gravity Research’s film “Jeremy Jones’ Higher” will be shown free Wednesday, Dec. 3, at 8 p.m. in the University of Wyoming Union Ballroom. Doors open at 7:30 p.m. and space is limited. Giveaways will be available from Teton Gravity Research and its sponsors: Sony, Atomic, The Ski Journal, GSS
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Images by artists from Torrington and Cheyenne to be featured on new Wyoming coins

In recognition of the 125th Anniversary of Wyoming’s statehood which occurred on July 10, 1890, the state is producing a series of commemorative coins, three alloy, a gold, and a silver. Each will be available for sale to the public. A special committee selected coin designs from an open call to artists for submissions. A buffalo
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Wyoming State Museum bookstore hosts Dec. 3 book signing

For persons that enjoy Wyoming history or are looking for a great gift, the Wyoming State Museum store will host a special book signing event on Wednesday, December 3 featuring four authors from the Cowboy State. The book signing will take place 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. Nancy Weidel, Starley Talbot, Linda Graves Fabian and
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Acclaimed author Matt de la Pena to conduct writing workshops in Teton County schools

News from the Teton County Public Library: Teton County Library will be bringing Matt de la Peña, the author of five critically-acclaimed young adult novels, into Teton County schools to talk with tweens and teens about creative writing on Wednesday, Dec. 3, and Thursday, Dec. 4. The young adult fiction writer builds a strong case
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