Wyoming Arts Council

Piatigorsky Arts Tour

The Piatigorsky Arts Tours are coming to Wyoming on April 15-25. Wyoming Arts Alliance (WyAA) is teaming up with the Wyoming Arts Council and Piatigorsky Foundation to bring artists Evan Drachman and Richard Dowling back to our state. Schedule is being finalized at this posting and further updates will be forthcoming. If you are interested
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Roster Application Deadline Friday

The postmark deadline for new applications to the Wyoming Arts Council’s artists’ roster is Friday, March 30. If you’re planning on dropping it by the WAC offices, make sure it gets to 2320 Capitol Avenue in Cheyenne before 5 p.m. on Friday.Find the printable roster application on the WAC web site. We welcome new applicants!
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BBHC celebrates the "Spirit of the West"

Just another reminder:The 25th annual Cowboy Songs and Range Ballads program will be held April 12-15, 2007 in Cody, WY saluting cowboy songwriters and poets who have captured the spirit of the West in their work. Performers pay tribute to this great event while also presenting their original music. More than just cowboy music, it’s
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BBHC celebrates the "Spirit of the West"

Just another reminder:The 25th annual Cowboy Songs and Range Ballads program will be held April 12-15, 2007 in Cody, WY saluting cowboy songwriters and poets who have captured the spirit of the West in their work. Performers pay tribute to this great event while also presenting their original music. More than just cowboy music, it’s
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WyoPoets Workshop

WyoPoets workshop “When Words Have Wings,” a celebration of poetry featuring Joan Puma Bennet’s workshop, “Living to Write,” will be held Saturday, April 28, 9:30 AM to 4:30 PM, in Casper, WY, at the Hampton Inn. Poets who register by March 31 may include a poem to be critiqued by Ms. Bennett at no additonal
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"Trials of the Travel Writer" at UW

Pico Iyer, an internationally known travel writer and novelist, will give two presentations at UW on Tuesday, April 17. Iyer will join with Mark Jenkins, a Laramie adventure author and global correspondent for Rodale Press, in a symposium entitled “The Trials of the Travel Writer,” from noon-1 p.m. in the Family Room of the UW
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"Trials of the Travel Writer" at UW

Pico Iyer, an internationally known travel writer and novelist, will give two presentations at UW on Tuesday, April 17. Iyer will join with Mark Jenkins, a Laramie adventure author and global correspondent for Rodale Press, in a symposium entitled “The Trials of the Travel Writer,” from noon-1 p.m. in the Family Room of the UW
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Cheyenne Symphony plays revolutionaries

April 28 marks the Cheyenne Symphony’s last regular season concert. Musical Revolutionaries is a tribute to four of the greatest composers in history: Richard Wagner, Richard Strauss, Igor Stravinsky, and Ludwig von Beethoven. May 24 will be the last Hausmusik performance of the season. Bring the family to the Wyoming Hereford Ranch Sale Barn for
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Children’s Book Conference

Sponsored by Portland State University’s School of Extended Studies, the Eighth Annual Pacific Northwest Children’s Book Conference for writers and illustrators will be held July 9-13, 2007, on the campus of Reed College, located southeast of Portland’s Eastmoreland neighborhood, five miles from downtown and at the headwaters of Crystal Springs Creek. Special guest editor is
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Children's Book Conference

Sponsored by Portland State University’s School of Extended Studies, the Eighth Annual Pacific Northwest Children’s Book Conference for writers and illustrators will be held July 9-13, 2007, on the campus of Reed College, located southeast of Portland’s Eastmoreland neighborhood, five miles from downtown and at the headwaters of Crystal Springs Creek. Special guest editor is
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