Wyoming Arts Council

Johnson County art happenings

The Clear Creek Summerfest Arts and Crafts show returns on Saturday, June 23, coinciding with the Gatchell Museum’s exhibit “Living History Days.” Artists and crafters in many mediums will present their wares for sale in the gymnasium of the old Clear Creek School behind the Jim Gatchell Museum from 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Located at the
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"Driven" is theme for VSA Arts contest

VSA Arts is accepting representational and abstract work that reflects the theme “Driven,” for an exhibition sponsored by Volkwagen of America, Inc. The competition is open to young artists with disabilities, ages 16-25. Postmark deadline is July 6, 2007.Fifteen finalists will compete for prizes, with $20,000 for first place and $10,000 for second. FMI: Jennifer
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"Driven" is theme for VSA Arts contest

VSA Arts is accepting representational and abstract work that reflects the theme “Driven,” for an exhibition sponsored by Volkwagen of America, Inc. The competition is open to young artists with disabilities, ages 16-25. Postmark deadline is July 6, 2007.Fifteen finalists will compete for prizes, with $20,000 for first place and $10,000 for second. FMI: Jennifer
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Music in the Big Horns July 6-8

The third annual Big Horn Mountain Festival will be held at the Johnson County Fairgrounds in Buffalo on July 6-8. You won’t want to miss this exciting line-up for 2007 which will include the Dry Branch Fire Squad, Sons of the San Joaquin, The Gibson Brothers, and the Steep Canyon Rangers. The Wyoming Mandolin and
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"Jentel Presents" at Davis Gallery

Artists and writers at the Jentel Artist Residency Program in Banner will be featured at “Jentel Presents” at the Davis Gallery, 32 North Main, Sheridan, Tuesday, June 26, from 5:30-7 p.m. The event is a free community outreach program that features slide presentations and readings. Presenters include: Paige Ackerson-Kiely, poet/novelist, Lincoln, Vt.; Erinn Cox, sculptor,
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"Jentel Presents" at Davis Gallery

Artists and writers at the Jentel Artist Residency Program in Banner will be featured at “Jentel Presents” at the Davis Gallery, 32 North Main, Sheridan, Tuesday, June 26, from 5:30-7 p.m. The event is a free community outreach program that features slide presentations and readings. Presenters include: Paige Ackerson-Kiely, poet/novelist, Lincoln, Vt.; Erinn Cox, sculptor,
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"Seeking Wyoming, Speaking Wyoming"

Wyoming authors Julianne Marie Couch, Jeffe Kennedy, RoseMarie London, and Michael Shay will present “Seeking Wyoming, Speaking Wyoming” on Friday, July 20, 7-10 p.m., at Everyday Joe’s Coffee House in Fort Collins, Colo. All four are writers of collections. Julianne’s non-fiction book, finished after years of exhaustive hands-on research, is “Jukeboxes and Jackelopes: A Wyoming
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"Seeking Wyoming, Speaking Wyoming"

Wyoming authors Julianne Marie Couch, Jeffe Kennedy, RoseMarie London, and Michael Shay will present “Seeking Wyoming, Speaking Wyoming” on Friday, July 20, 7-10 p.m., at Everyday Joe’s Coffee House in Fort Collins, Colo. All four are writers of collections. Julianne’s non-fiction book, finished after years of exhaustive hands-on research, is “Jukeboxes and Jackelopes: A Wyoming
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Two new sites added to National Register

Two Wyoming properties, Trapper’s Point near Pinedale and the Mountain View Hotel in Centennial, are among the newest additions to the National Register of Historic Places. Trapper’s Point, an archaeological site, is significant as an Early Archaic pronghorn butchering area located in a geographic bottleneck near Pinedale. The site is along the current pronghorn migration
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Call for entries for "Zion National Park" competition

Zion Natural History Association, in partnership with Zion National Park, the St. George Art Museum, and the St. George Area Convention and Visitors Bureau, announces the call for entries for the art competition and traveling exhibit, “Zion National Park: A Century of Sanctuary.” The competition was developed as a tribute for the park’s 100th anniversary
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