Wyoming Arts Council

Call for applications: USArtists International

From USArtists International: The guidelines and new online application are now available for the 2013 USArtists International (USAI) program. USAI provides support for American dance, music, and theater ensembles and solo artists invited to perform at significant international festivals or engagements that represent extraordinary career opportunities anywhere in the world outside the United States and
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Panel discussion on Papua New Guinea exhibit set for July 23 at UW

Postmark deadline for Wyoming Arts Council poetry fellowships is June 8

Brian Turner. Listen to a March 27, 2009, BBC Radio “Poetry from the Front Line” podcast featuring Turner. Friday, June 8, is the postmark deadline or the Wyoming Arts Council creative writing fellowships in poetry. To apply, you must be a Wyoming resident, 18 or older, and not enrolled as a full-time student pursuing high school,
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It’s official — UW Writer-in-Residence Mark Jenkins reaches Everest summit

One of Mark Jenkins’ climbing partners, North Face athlete Emily Harrington, sends an Instagram self-portrait from the Everest summit at 8,850 meters (29,035 feet). “What a climb it’s been!” From a UW press release: Twenty-six years after he unsuccessfully attempted to climb Mount Everest as a graduate student at the University of Wyoming, Mark Jenkins
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It's official — UW Writer-in-Residence Mark Jenkins reaches Everest summit

One of Mark Jenkins’ climbing partners, North Face athlete Emily Harrington, sends an Instagram self-portrait from the Everest summit at 8,850 meters (29,035 feet). “What a climb it’s been!” From a UW press release: Twenty-six years after he unsuccessfully attempted to climb Mount Everest as a graduate student at the University of Wyoming, Mark Jenkins
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Wyoming Tribune Eagle Online: "Cheyenne’s favored son returns for film festival"

Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Daniel Junge returns to his hometown for Cheyenne International Film Festival. Read more at Cheyenne’s favored son returns for film festival . Editor’s note: We always thought that the expression was “favorite son.” We looked up “favored son” online and found a reference to a book by that title, which sounded interesting, and
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Wyoming Tribune Eagle Online: "Cheyenne's favored son returns for film festival"

Oscar-winning documentary filmmaker Daniel Junge returns to his hometown for Cheyenne International Film Festival. Read more at Cheyenne’s favored son returns for film festival . Editor’s note: We always thought that the expression was “favorite son.” We looked up “favored son” online and found a reference to a book by that title, which sounded interesting, and
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A classic western and an Oscar-winning documentary on tap at CIFF

The Cheyenne International Film Festival program for 2012 is completed. The CIFF May 17-20 is highlighted by Cheyenne native Daniel Junge and his Oscar-winning documentary “Saving Face.” He’ll be on hand and in person at a reception taking place on the Mezzanine of the Plains Hotel on Saturday, May 19. The screening takes place across
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2011 "Oklahoma Painters" Paris art show features Native American artists

Heap of Birds, with his painting, “Smile for Racism” From Indian Country Today Media Network, LLC, an internationally-recognized multimedia platform, solely-owned by the Oneida Indian Nation of New York, comprised of a full-service website, and This Week from Indian Country Today, a weekly magazine, comes this article about the 2011 art show in Paris that included eleven Native American artists from
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2011 "Oklahoma Painters" Paris art show features Native American artists

Heap of Birds, with his painting, “Smile for Racism” From Indian Country Today Media Network, LLC, an internationally-recognized multimedia platform, solely-owned by the Oneida Indian Nation of New York, comprised of a full-service website, and This Week from Indian Country Today, a weekly magazine, comes this article about the 2011 art show in Paris that included eleven Native American artists from
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