Wyoming Arts Council

Big News about "The Big Read"

The purpose of The Big Read is to encourage literary reading. Big Read grants, ranging from $2,500-$20,000, are available to revitalize the role of literature in American culture. Organizations selected to participate in The Big Read will receive a grant, financial support to attend a national orientation meeting, educational and promotional materials for broad distribution,
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Big News about "The Big Read"

The purpose of The Big Read is to encourage literary reading. Big Read grants, ranging from $2,500-$20,000, are available to revitalize the role of literature in American culture. Organizations selected to participate in The Big Read will receive a grant, financial support to attend a national orientation meeting, educational and promotional materials for broad distribution,
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Series of town meetings held by SHPO

A series of town meetings, held by the Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office (SHPO), will provide the public an opportunity to provide feedback on the Cowboy State’s revised state historic preservation plan. Wyoming’s SHPO has responsibility under the National Historic Preservation Act for developing and revising, as necessary, that plan, which also helps to guide
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Gollings exhibit at UW Art Museum

Paintings by Bill Gollings, one of Wyoming’s most celebrated cowboy artists, will be displayed May 5-Sept. 1 at the University of Wyoming Art Museum. “Bill Gollings: Cowboy Artist, Paintings from the Sherry Nicholas Collection,” was originally assembled by Dr. William T. Ward and includes 71 paintings, drawings and sketches. Born in Fort Pierce, Idaho, Gollings
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Come celebrate with Wyoming’s historic Territorial Prison

Celebrate “Unlocking Secrets in the Soil”, a Save Our History grant from the History Channel. Sponsors of the grant will be at the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site May 11th to present the WTPSHS a check for $9,866.77. The WTPSHS will also premier the students’ documentary, made with the guidance of SP & CR
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Come celebrate with Wyoming's historic Territorial Prison

Celebrate “Unlocking Secrets in the Soil”, a Save Our History grant from the History Channel. Sponsors of the grant will be at the Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site May 11th to present the WTPSHS a check for $9,866.77. The WTPSHS will also premier the students’ documentary, made with the guidance of SP & CR
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"Unmasking the Soul" at Lander Art Center

“Unmasking the Soul”, an art exhibit at the Lander Art Center, begins May 8th through June 1, 2007. The exhibit maps the high school journeys of five Lander seniors: Missy Coppock, Oakley Corsick-Boycott, Elizabeth Jarrard, Anne Slovisky and Dann Thompson. This retrospective features twenty-five individual masks created during (4) annual year-end sessions, facilitated by Diane
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"Unmasking the Soul" at Lander Art Center

“Unmasking the Soul”, an art exhibit at the Lander Art Center, begins May 8th through June 1, 2007. The exhibit maps the high school journeys of five Lander seniors: Missy Coppock, Oakley Corsick-Boycott, Elizabeth Jarrard, Anne Slovisky and Dann Thompson. This retrospective features twenty-five individual masks created during (4) annual year-end sessions, facilitated by Diane
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Casper College hosts Bower, "Flight"

Friday, May 4 sees Casper College sophomore Cynthia Bower giving her harp recital featuring several solo and ensemble pieces, American folk songs, and spirituals. Cost of attendance is free. CC’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Flight: A Story of the Wright Brothers,” by Arthur Giron at 7:30 tonight, May 4 (running throughout May). Tickets
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Casper College hosts Bower, "Flight"

Friday, May 4 sees Casper College sophomore Cynthia Bower giving her harp recital featuring several solo and ensemble pieces, American folk songs, and spirituals. Cost of attendance is free. CC’s Department of Theatre and Dance presents “Flight: A Story of the Wright Brothers,” by Arthur Giron at 7:30 tonight, May 4 (running throughout May). Tickets
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