Wyoming Arts Council

Olson & Olson at LCCC Gallery

“From Paper to Clay,” an exhibit of work by Michael Olson and Amber Battista Olson, will be held Oct. 4-31 at the Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery at Laramie County Community College at 1400 East College Drive in Cheyenne. The exhibit documents how these artists work from sketchbook or concept to the finished
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Olson & Olson at LCCC Gallery

“From Paper to Clay,” an exhibit of work by Michael Olson and Amber Battista Olson, will be held Oct. 4-31 at the Esther and John Clay Fine Arts Gallery at Laramie County Community College at 1400 East College Drive in Cheyenne. The exhibit documents how these artists work from sketchbook or concept to the finished
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An evening with Mark Spragg

“An Evening with Wyoming Author Mark Spragg” will be held on Friday, Oct. 12, 7:30-8:30 p.m., at the Teton County Public Library in Jackson. The event is free and open to the public. Refreshments will be provided. The Cody-based writer and Wyoming native will read from and discuss his memoir, “Where Rivers Change Direction,” and
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Classical guitarist featured at Arts Summit

Robert Bluestone, a classical guitarist, teacher and arts advocate from Santa Fe, N.M., will perform and talk about his work at the Wyoming Arts Summit in the Casper Events Center on Oct. 19-20. To register for the conference, go to the Wyoming Arts Council web site. Here’s a bio on Bluestone: Classical Guitarist Robert Bluestone
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Celebrate the arts in October

October is Arts & Humanities Month National Arts and Humanities Month, a coast-to-coast collective celebration of culture coordinated by Americans for the Arts, is the largest annual celebration of the arts and humanities in the nation. You can get involved by celebrating the arts in October — attend an event, gets your kids more involved,
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New anthology features state’s writers

The Wyoming Humanities Council and the Wyoming Arts Council announce Wyoming Fence Lines, an anthology of original work by 57 writers from Wyoming and beyond. Edited by Wyoming Poet Laureate David Romtvedt, the anthology celebrates the Wyoming tour of the Smithsonian exhibition “Between Fences.” The 228-page anthology explores the nature of both real and metaphorical
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New anthology features state's writers

The Wyoming Humanities Council and the Wyoming Arts Council announce Wyoming Fence Lines, an anthology of original work by 57 writers from Wyoming and beyond. Edited by Wyoming Poet Laureate David Romtvedt, the anthology celebrates the Wyoming tour of the Smithsonian exhibition “Between Fences.” The 228-page anthology explores the nature of both real and metaphorical
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Railroad stories at Evanston Depot

For “Working on the Railroad” on Saturday, Oct. 20, 6:30-8 p.m., the spirits of engineers and tiehacks and hoboes return to Evanston’s Depot Square to talk about their lives on the railroad. Tours will be scheduled every half hour. Admission is $10. There will be resfreshments offered at the Uinta County Museum. FMI: 307-789-8248.

Arts festival set for Green River

“Fall Festival of the Arts” will be held Sept. 28-29 at St. John’s Episcopal Church in Green River. Opening reception will be held from 5-8 p.m. on Friday. Festival hours on Saturday will be 10 a.m.-3 p.m.Featured art forms include jewelry, painting, pottery, photography, fiber arts, music, and books. FMI: 307-875-7034 or 875-5567.

Two artists chosen for portraits of governors

Two artists, Michele Rushworth and Galina Perova, have been selected by the Governor’s Portrait Selection Committee to complete five portraits of former Wyoming Governors in the coming year.Rushworth and Perova were selected from 37 applications received in a regional search of artists from Wyoming, Colorado, Montana, Idaho, Utah, New Mexico, Nevada, Arizona, Oregon and Washington.Rushworth,
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