Wyoming Arts Council

19-year-old "poet prodigy" speaks at Casper College Literary Conference Oct. 17-19

The Casper College Literary Conference presents “Spiritual Warriors” Oct. 17-19 on the CC campus. Professional writers from across the globe will present readings and workshops. Here’s a profile of one of those presenters: Ekiwah Adler-Beléndez is a 19-year old poet prodigy who has captivated Mexico’s literary scene. Raised in the small village of Amatlan, Mexico,
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Author delivers keynote at WECA event

Alfie Kohn, nationally known speaker and writer on education and parenting, is the keynote speaker at the 2007 Wyoming Early Childhood Association Conference on Saturday, Sept. 22, 8 a.m., at the Parkway Plaza Hotel in Casper. He will discuss his latest book, Beyond Discipline: From Compliance to Community. The keynote address is sponsored by the
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Central Wyoming College’s 07-08 Arts Events

Central Wyoming College arts facility, the Robert A. Peck Arts Center, built in 1983, boasts an almost acoustically perfect 942 seat auditorium, establishing itself as the cultural center of the region. Intertwining Ideas — Exhibit runs through September 23 in the RAP Gallery. Reception is September 20, 6:30-8:00 p.m.Surface Quest — an exhibit of artists
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Central Wyoming College's 07-08 Arts Events

Central Wyoming College arts facility, the Robert A. Peck Arts Center, built in 1983, boasts an almost acoustically perfect 942 seat auditorium, establishing itself as the cultural center of the region. Intertwining Ideas — Exhibit runs through September 23 in the RAP Gallery. Reception is September 20, 6:30-8:00 p.m.Surface Quest — an exhibit of artists
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Intertwining

AVA needs your art!

Wild Spaces, Working Places II

Four years ago, the Ucross Foundation and The Nature Conservancy in Wyoming teamed up to present the work of three Sheridan County artists — Danna Hildebrand, Dani Reel and Dianne Wyatt — who had painted the landscapes of the Wyoming preserves and conservation easements of The Nature Conservancy. More than half of the 20,000-acre Ucross
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October is National Arts & Humanities Month

Take a moment during National Arts and Humanities Month to participate locally, take action, and be inspired.October is National Arts and Humanities Month — our opportunity to recognize and celebrate the positive impact the arts bring to our schools and communities. We hope you’ll join us along with other arts leaders and supporters across the
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October is National Arts & Humanities Month

Take a moment during National Arts and Humanities Month to participate locally, take action, and be inspired.October is National Arts and Humanities Month — our opportunity to recognize and celebrate the positive impact the arts bring to our schools and communities. We hope you’ll join us along with other arts leaders and supporters across the
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Publishing help for history manuscripts

The Wyoming State Historical Society, in cooperation with the Wyoming Historical Foundation, invites authors to apply for financial assistance toward the cost of publishing scholarly works in the field of Wyoming history. The fund is designed to encourage and support book-length publications of scholarly and creative works as they apply to topics on Wyoming history
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