Wyoming Arts Council

Call for artists: UW Geological Museum

The University of Wyoming Geological Museum is hosting an OPEN CALL FOR ART exploring broad topics in geologic history and paleontological discoveries, from across Wyoming. Artists are encouraged to submit work in all mediums. We are looking for conceptual and visual artists who would like to be part of a mixed-media show in the UW Geological Museum’s Gallery
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Deadline is Nov. 9 for Werner Wildlife Museum’s “Wild Country, Wild Art” show

Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, is the deadline for those interested in submitting entries for the Werner Wildlife Museum’s annual all-media show, “Wild Country, Wild Art.” “Wild Country, Wild Art” is designed to showcase Wyoming’s wildlife and wild places. “To honor the wild theme, artists are requested to limit their images to those that can be
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Deadline is Nov. 9 for Werner Wildlife Museum's "Wild Country, Wild Art" show

Monday, Nov. 9, 2015, is the deadline for those interested in submitting entries for the Werner Wildlife Museum’s annual all-media show, “Wild Country, Wild Art.” “Wild Country, Wild Art” is designed to showcase Wyoming’s wildlife and wild places. “To honor the wild theme, artists are requested to limit their images to those that can be
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Moonrise Kingdom: Two Laramie artists find inspiration on the Red Desert

Story by Melodie Edwards on the Wyoming Public Radio web site (podcast also available): When you think of Wyoming landscape art, it’s probably not of fracking sites or abandoned man camps. But two Laramie artists feel it’s time to take a hard look at all of Wyoming’s landscapes. My artist husband and I decided to
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“Fall has Fell” concert set for Halloween at Casper College

The annual “Fall Has Fell” concert featuring the Casper College Concert Band, Flute Ensemble, and Brass Ensemble will be held on Saturday, Oct. 31, beginning at 3 p.m. in the Wheeler Concert Hall. “The band will perform selections that will include Brian Balmages’ ‘Groove Music,’ ‘American River Songs,’ Gliere’s ‘Russian Sailor’s Dance’ and a special
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"Fall has Fell" concert set for Halloween at Casper College

The annual “Fall Has Fell” concert featuring the Casper College Concert Band, Flute Ensemble, and Brass Ensemble will be held on Saturday, Oct. 31, beginning at 3 p.m. in the Wheeler Concert Hall. “The band will perform selections that will include Brian Balmages’ ‘Groove Music,’ ‘American River Songs,’ Gliere’s ‘Russian Sailor’s Dance’ and a special
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Mike Bies explores cultural and physical aspects of Big Horn Basin rock art on Nov. 5

The Buffalo Bill Center of the West in Cody hosts a “Lunchtime Expedition” on Thursday, November 5, 12:15 p.m. Mike Bies presents An Overview of the Rock Art of the Bighorn Basin Our November speaker is Mike Bies with An Overview of the Rock Art of the Bighorn Basin. Bies addresses the cultural aspects as well
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Cabin Fever Story Slam in Jackson tempts storytellers to take stage

From the Teton County Public Library in Jackson: Teton County Library’s popular live storytelling competition, Cabin Fever Story Slam, starts a new winter series, Monday, Nov. 9, 7:30 p.m., with the irresistible theme, “temptation.” Prepare a five-minute story, told without notes, describing the lure, bait, hook, line, siren song, forbidden fruit or other desires that diverted
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Visit The Nic now — and again in January when new exhibits go up

Eric Wimmer at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper sent along a reminder of the museum’s current exhibits and those opening in January. In case you are new to Wyoming, the Nic, as it’s called by its pals all around the West, is a terrific arts venue and well worth a visit next time you’re
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Wayne White's "The Spectacle" Nov. 10 in UW Visual Arts Lobby

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