Wyoming Arts Council

The Wyoming Arts Council offers an incredible array of programs for organizations and individual artists.

-The Arts for Underserved Populations Program provides resources for communities and diverse populations to ensure that these regions and groups have the best possible access to arts programming.

-The Arts Education Program provides leadership in developing programs, grants and technical assistance to schools and organizations wishing to strengthen arts education.

Community Development and the Arts  The WAC Community Development and the Arts Program serves communities by creating social and economic development opportunities through the arts that benefit Wyoming residents.  .

-The goal of the Folk and Traditional Arts Program is to identify, document, preserve, and honor folk arts and traditions throughout Wyoming.

-The WAC supports Individual artists through fellowships, mentorships, professional development grants, artist registries and an artist roster.

Special events and opportunities include the Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition, Art in the Parks, Poetry Out Loud, Governor’s Arts Awards and others.

Take a look at the variety of programs that we offer!
Need assistance? Contact the WAC at 307-777-7742.

Programs of the Wyoming Arts Council

Latest Program News


Sign up now for Wyoming Poetry Out Loud

The Wyoming Arts Council invites interested language arts, speech/debate and drama teachers and students to take part in Poetry Out Loud (POL), the national recitation and memorization contest sponsored by the National Endowment for the Arts and the Poetry Foundation. Designed specifically for students in grades 9-12 attending public, private or home schools, the POL
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Poet Laureate Rose Hill reads from her work Nov. 18 in Buffalo

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Call for public art submissions: Laramie County Community College

The Wyoming Arts Council announces that two calls for entry are now open for two new buildings currently under construction at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne. A new Flexible Industrial Technology Building will house several programs: diesel technology, engineering technology, expanded welding fabrication, and construction management. For this call, the committee is particularly interested
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