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Call for artists: Zonta Art Contest

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What are you doing on February 27, 2015?

Now that the 2014 Governor’s Arts Awards recipients have been announced, it’s time to invite you to a gala celebration for them on February 27, 2015, at Little America in Cheyenne. Online registration is now available at http://tinyurl.com/wygaa14. Interested in sponsoring the Governor’s Arts Awards? Any amount helps! Donate $55 to sponsor a legislator’s attendance. Donate
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Wyoming Arts Alliance promotes memberships this holiday season


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Call for artists: Zonta Art Contest

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What are you doing on February 27, 2015?

Now that the 2014 Governor’s Arts Awards recipients have been announced, it’s time to invite you to a gala celebration for them on February 27, 2015, at Little America in Cheyenne. Online registration is now available at http://tinyurl.com/wygaa14. Interested in sponsoring the Governor’s Arts Awards? Any amount helps! Donate $55 to sponsor a legislator’s attendance. Donate
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Wyoming Arts Alliance promotes memberships this holiday season

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Lucas, Pullen and Wilcox are recipients of 2014 Governor’s Arts Awards

The Wyoming Arts Council has announced that Governor Matthew H. Mead has selected Jim Wilcox of Jackson, Tom Lucas of Dubois and Zachary Pullen of Casper as the recipients of the 2014 Wyoming Governor’s Arts Awards.  They will be honored at the annual Governor’s Arts Awards Gala on February 27, 2015, at Little America in
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The art of “Real Women, Real Bodies”

Story by McCall Linke, UW Institutional Communications intern: Barbie doll figures and super model-thin looks were challenged in a poster campaign titled “Real Women, Real Bodies” at the University of Wyoming, and that, in turn, has led to a club that teaches students to accept the way they look. When UW sophomore student Sydney Stein
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Arts Council prepares for January move

Monumental sculpture chosen for Northwest College’s new Yellowstone Building

The Art in Public Buildings selection committee has chosen artist Dakota Warren of Los Angeles to create a sculpture for the Yellowstone Building at Northwest College (NWC) in Powell. Warren’s artwork is a monumental sculpture made of glass and tinted concrete entitled Archean Ingress. It will be installed in the summer of 2015. “I am honored
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Call for proposals: UW Shepard Symposium on Social Justice

From a University of Wyoming press release: Presentation proposals are being accepted through Friday, Jan. 30, for the annual Shepard Symposium on Social Justice at the University of Wyoming. The 19th annual event is April 8-11. The 2015 theme is titled, “Social Justice in a Media-Driven World.” Persons interested can submit presentation proposals that describe
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Colcannon performs “A Celtic Christmas” Dec. 13 in Casper

From the ARTCORE web site: COLCANNON: A CELTIC CHRISTMAS WITH ORCHESTRA December 13, 2014, at 7:30 p.m. First Presbyterian Church, 8th & Wolcott, Casper Colcannon’s Celtic Christmas with Festival Orchestra combines the stories, songs, and warmth of an Irish Christmas with the beauty and power of a local symphony orchestra of 31 players. Lively jigs
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“Wyoming Revisited” book signing Dec. 18 at State Museum

Author Michael A. Amundson will be at the Wyoming State Museum on Dec. 18 from 11 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. to sign his book “Wyoming Revisited: Rephotographing the Scenes of Joseph E. Stimson.” Published by University Press of Colorado and Utah State University Press, the book features the technique known as rephotographing. Amundson compares images
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