Wyoming Arts Council

"Jentel Presents" at Sheridan Library

“Jentel Presents,” readings and slide presentations by current writers and visual artists at the Jentel Artist Residency Program (shown in photo at right). This month, the presenters include a fiction writer, sculptor, photographer, painter, printmaker, and a filmmaker. It will be held at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library Inner Circle on Tuesday, August 7,
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Tips on getting that coveted free publicity

Taken from the Casper Star-Tribune’s May 20 edition, here are some great tips from Lisa Icenogle, Casper College public relations, if you or your organization have an upcoming event and would like to get the word out effectively before the event takes place. * Think about coverage as soon as you begin organizing the event.
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Pinedale Fine Arts Council 07-08 season

Friday, September 28 — Los Llaneros brings the energetic and haunting melodies of the Colombian/Venezuelan Llanos (plains that surround the vast basin of the Orinoco River in South America). Thursday, Octover 11 — Hubbard Street 2 is a vibrant company of six dancers performing a repertoire that mirrors the variety and vitality of Hubbard Street
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Cellist Lynn Harrell at Grand Teton Music Festival

For four weeks, Lynn Harrell is Artist-in-Residence at the Grand Teton Music Festival. During that time, he will perform in several events including a performance of Strauss’ Don Quixote (July 27-28) as featured soloist with the Grand Teton Music Festival Orchestra; a special recital as part of the Festival’s Spotlight Series, An evening with Lynn
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Proulx stories yield taste treats

This item about Wyoming writer Annie Proulx comes from Jenny Shank, New West book editor: Rocky Mountain News Book Editor Patti Thorn and Food Editor Marty Meitus team up on occasion to offer a book club suggestion complete with menu and questions for discussion. Yesterday they featured Annie Proulx’s Close Range: Wyoming Stories. For the
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Tuesday Night Book Club at Laramie County Library

Celebrate the joys of reading by joining the Tuesday Night Book Club. Sponsored by the Laramie County Library and Starbucks, this group meets at 7 p.m. on the third Tuesday monthly at Starbucks, 3610 Dell Range.Members of the community are welcome to join any or all of the monthly sessions. The library has some copies
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Call for proposals

Wayne State College announces a Request for Proposals (RFP) for an interior wall artwork project to be installed within the remodeled Rice Auditorium on the WSC campus.Wayne State College Logo colors are white, black and yellow.ABOUT THE PROJECT: This request for proposals project competition is open to all professional public artists or artist teams from
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Casper Artcore Music and Poetry Series

Monday, July 23 — reading will be Tom Rea, a freelance writer and editor living in Casper. He received an MFA in creative writing from the University of Montana and served as Writer-in-Residence for the Wyoming Arts Council, before working as a reporter and editor on the Casper Star-Tribune. He is the author of several
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Wyoming writers read in Colorado

Come on down:Our own Mike Shay joins Laramie writers Julianne Marie Couch, Jeffe Kennedy, and RoseMarie London for “Seeking Wyoming, Speaking Wyoming” on Friday, July 20, 7-10 p.m., at Everyday Joe’s Coffee House, 144 S. Mason St., on the corner of Oak and Mason in Fort Collins, Colo. We’ll start the evening with a reading,
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NATIONAL PRINT competition and exhibition

The Janet Turner 7th National Print Competition and Exhibition 2008 is taking entries. Open to artists residing in the U.S., prints must be original and done within the past two years. Previously exhibited works, crafts, photographs, and sculpture are ineligible. All prints must be traditionally printed — no machine prints accepted. Combination techniques must include
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