Wyoming Arts Council

Butch Cassidy rides again (with soundtrack)

The Wyoming Territorial Prison State Historic Site has partnered with the Albany County Tourism Board to host the Western Outlaw Festival & Butch Cassidy Days June 15-17 in Laramie.The weekend will be filled with family events, living history, comedy skits, musicians, cookouts, vintage baseball, new exhibits, evening concerts, tractor shows, a horse show, “Butch Cassidy
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Southeast Wyoming Art Show and Sale

Entries are being sought for the 6th annual Southeast Wyoming Art Show and Sale. Artists living in Albany, Carbon, Converse, Goshen, Laramie, Natrona, Niobrara, or Platte counties are eligible to enter. Cash awards of $1,850.00 (given in 22 categories) plus two publication awards are available. Entry forms are available at Deselms Fine Art, 303 E.
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Nesbitt’s novel "Raven Springs" released

Leisure Books, a mass-market publisher in New York, has published Raven Springs, the third in a mini-series about Jimmy Clevis, the good-natured narrator who finds himself having to investigate mysteries and find missing people. Other published works by Endeavor Books by Nesbitt include Shadows On The Plain, Keep The Wind In Your Face, A Good
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Nesbitt's novel "Raven Springs" released

Leisure Books, a mass-market publisher in New York, has published Raven Springs, the third in a mini-series about Jimmy Clevis, the good-natured narrator who finds himself having to investigate mysteries and find missing people. Other published works by Endeavor Books by Nesbitt include Shadows On The Plain, Keep The Wind In Your Face, A Good
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Unveiling and Dedication in Riverton

The Art in Public Buildings Project, which designates 1% of construction costs of new state-owned buildings be utilized for the purpose of placing art work in the public setting, announces the completion of the third project to date at the Wyoming Honor Farm in Riverton, on Tuesday, June 19, 2007 at 11:00 am. The sculpture
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Write with Page on the river

This announcement comes from Wyoming Arts Council fellowship winner and Wyoming Writers, Inc., member Page Lambert:This is the last chance to register for the July 9-14, six-day Cataract Canyon river trip as featured in Oprah’s O magazine. Outfitted by Sheri Griffith Expeditions, this year’s trip launches Monday, July 9, from Moab, Utah, returning to Moab
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Photography contest

New Works #11, En Foco’s Photography Awards, is an annual program open to American photographers of African, Asian, Latino, Native American and Pacific Islander heritage. The goal is to create or complete an in-depth photographic series which explores themes emanating from personal experiences. Three photographers will be selected from a national call for entries to
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Warren Adler depicts Funny Boys

Jackson resident Warren Adler’s new novel, Funny Boys, has been acquired by Overlook Press. The novel deals with the heyday of the Catskill Mountain resorts when it was the breeding ground of new comedians and the turf for gangsters from Murder Inc. and the Mafia. Many of the characters in the novel are based upon
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Wyoming Writers, Inc. contest winners

Congratulations to all of the winners in Wyoming Writers, Inc., 2007 writing contest, announced Saturday at the annual conference in Thermopolis. A tremendous selection of creative and diverse work! Free Verse Poetry:1st place–Cameron Byrne for Treechoke Farm2nd place–Joe Greig for Irrigator’s Meditation3rd place–Jeanne Rogers for Lucky StrikeHonorable mentions:A. Rose Hill for HandsCameron Byrne for Bar
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