Wyoming Arts Council

Fresh produce and fresh art

On Friday, July 13, the UW Art Museum will participate in the Laramie Farmer’s Market. Stop by the museum booth and learn about upcoming Art Museum events and make your own western belt buckle or pin just in time for the Laramie Jubilee Days.“Last year, the Art Museum was present at the market, but we
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It’s a ‘Gritty’ Exhibit

The Washakie Museum is holding a reception for the exhibit of the early years of Worland’s hometown newspaper, the Worland Grit. The newspapers, dating from 1905-1939 were recently donated to the museum by the Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland’s current daily newspaper. On display are Grit papers that feature such stories as — when a
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It's a 'Gritty' Exhibit

The Washakie Museum is holding a reception for the exhibit of the early years of Worland’s hometown newspaper, the Worland Grit. The newspapers, dating from 1905-1939 were recently donated to the museum by the Northern Wyoming Daily News, Worland’s current daily newspaper. On display are Grit papers that feature such stories as — when a
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Alter your own book at AVA in Gillette

The Big Read gets even bigger

THE BIG READ BECOMES THE LARGEST FEDERAL LITERATURE PROGRAM SINCE THE W.P.A. National Endowment for the Arts closes in on 200 cities reading great literature with latest round of more than $1.5 million in grants. Institute of Museum and Library Services partnership helps program continue to grow. June 25, 2007–Washington, DC–The National Endowment for the
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State Fair promotes artists & writers

The Wyoming Business Council is placing display ads in newspapers throughout the state about the Wyoming State Fair Aug. 11-18 in Douglas. Here’s some info from the ads: Wyoming Products Pavilion, open August 11-18 from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Buy Wyoming-made products at the Products Pavilion in the Ft. Fetterman Building. Items include horse-hair pottery, aspen
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State Fair promotes artists & writers

The Wyoming Business Council is placing display ads in newspapers throughout the state about the Wyoming State Fair Aug. 11-18 in Douglas. Here’s some info from the ads: Wyoming Products Pavilion, open August 11-18 from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Buy Wyoming-made products at the Products Pavilion in the Ft. Fetterman Building. Items include horse-hair pottery, aspen
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Deadline July 6 for writing fellowships

Postmark deadline for the 2008 creative writing fellowships is Friday July 6. Applicants can also drop off applications by 5 p.m. on July 6 to the Wyoming Arts Council office, 2320 Capitol Ave., Cheyenne.Nick Flynn is the judge for this year’s fellowships in creative nonfiction. He will choose up to three writers (Wyoming residents only)
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WYO Theater’s rousing July, August line-up

Wednesday, July 11 at 7:00 and 9:00 pm — The Craft Brothers —Mitch, Dave and JT Craft serve up an evening of raucous, western entertainment not for the faint of heart. Through their variety of characters and traditional American music, the Craft Brothers present a comic and highly entertaining stage show sure to tickle any
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WYO Theater's rousing July, August line-up

Wednesday, July 11 at 7:00 and 9:00 pm — The Craft Brothers —Mitch, Dave and JT Craft serve up an evening of raucous, western entertainment not for the faint of heart. Through their variety of characters and traditional American music, the Craft Brothers present a comic and highly entertaining stage show sure to tickle any
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