Wyoming Arts Council

New Research Reveals State-By-State Arts Participation Rates

  Washington, DC—The National Endowment for the Arts is releasing new research that for the first time offers a complete state-by- state perspective on how American adults participate in the arts, including activities in Wyoming. The new research comes in the form of an “arts data profile,” an NEA collection of statistics, graphics, and summary results from data-mining
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"Wyoming Showcase" night at the Cheyenne International Film Festival

Tonight is officially opening night at the Cheyenne International Film Festival. Wyoming films are showcased, including “The Summer of ’81,” winner of the Wyoming Film Office’s Short Film Contest. It all wraps up with a screening of “Wyoming Triumph.” Get the complete schedule by going to http://cheyenneinternationalfilmfestival.com/blog/film/opening-night-showcases-wyoming-films/

"Wyoming Showcase" night at the Cheyenne International Film Festival

Tonight is officially opening night at the Cheyenne International Film Festival. Wyoming films are showcased, including “The Summer of ’81,” winner of the Wyoming Film Office’s Short Film Contest. It all wraps up with a screening of “Wyoming Triumph.” Get the complete schedule by going to http://cheyenneinternationalfilmfestival.com/blog/film/opening-night-showcases-wyoming-films/

Margo’s Pottery in Buffalo features Courtney Murphy’s terra cotta pottery June 7-Aug. 11

Terra cotta pottery by Courtney Murphy, Helena, Mont. Top: Nesting Set in Yellow; bottom: Yellowboat. This summer, Margo’s Pottery and Fine Crafts in Buffalo is featuring the terra cotta pottery of Helena, Montana, artist Courtney Murphy. Murphy began working with clay when she lived in Brooklyn, New York. She spent several years working for potters in
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Margo's Pottery in Buffalo features Courtney Murphy's terra cotta pottery June 7-Aug. 11

Terra cotta pottery by Courtney Murphy, Helena, Mont. Top: Nesting Set in Yellow; bottom: Yellowboat. This summer, Margo’s Pottery and Fine Crafts in Buffalo is featuring the terra cotta pottery of Helena, Montana, artist Courtney Murphy. Murphy began working with clay when she lived in Brooklyn, New York. She spent several years working for potters in
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Early bird deadline for Jackson Hole Writers Conference is May 8

Early bird deadline for the JHWC is May 8. Registration info at http://www.jacksonholewritersconference.com/registration

Film and wine and food tonight at the Center for the Arts in Jackson

Call for entries: 17th Street Art Festival in Cheyenne

17th Street Art Festival – Call For Entries   Entries Are Due By May 1, 2012! Festival Is August 17-18 in Historic Downtown Cheyenne at The new 17th Street Dineen Plaza Application materials postmarked May 1, 2012 Jury Fee $ 25.00 Guidelines: 1. 4 images on a CD  2. List of images 3. Size 600 vertical
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Matthew Dehaemers wins public art commission for Casper project

From a Nicolaysen Art Museum press release: After a five-month selection process that involved 86 artists from around the state, region, nation, and the globe, Matthew Dehaemers from Kansas City, Kansas, was awarded the commission for the public art project on the southwest corner of Beech and Collins St. in Casper. The public art panel,
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LuDel Deal Walker re-fuses refuse to create artwork you can’t refuse

“Baby Fox” From a Corridor Gallery press release:The Corridor Gallery in downtown Casper proudly presents “Refuse”, a solo exhibit of Wyoming artist LuDel Deal Walter. LuDel is an accomplished artist that is following through with her first Corridor solo exhibit after winning “Best In Show” during a past Corridor call-for-entries show based upon the subject
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