Wyoming Arts Council

"Psalm" by Stuart Kestenbaum

Deer Brook Editions published Stuart Kestenbaum’s third book of poems, Prayers & Run-on Sentences, in June. Former U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser writes that, “Stuart Kestenbaum writes the kind of poems I love to read, heartfelt responses to the privilege of having been given a life. No hidden agendas, here, no theories to espouse, nothing
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"Psalm" by Stuart Kestenbaum

Deer Brook Editions published Stuart Kestenbaum’s third book of poems, Prayers & Run-on Sentences, in June. Former U.S. Poet Laureate Ted Kooser writes that, “Stuart Kestenbaum writes the kind of poems I love to read, heartfelt responses to the privilege of having been given a life. No hidden agendas, here, no theories to espouse, nothing
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Call for proposals: BBHC

The Cody Institute for Western American Studies (CIWAS) at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody invites proposals for its Resident Fellowship program. Fellowships are intended to fund research and thereby promote scholarship on any aspect of the American West. Fellowships carry a stipend of $5,000 and a residency requirement of one to five months.
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BBHC hosts "Fourth Friday" event

The Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody features its first “Fourth Friday” of 2008 on Jan. 25. Come out for a free evening of “tunes, enticing cocktails, munchies, and a gallery talk.” Held in the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, 5-7 p.m. The BBHC hosts “Fourth Friday” events in January, February, and the public is
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BBHC hosts "Fourth Friday" event

The Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody features its first “Fourth Friday” of 2008 on Jan. 25. Come out for a free evening of “tunes, enticing cocktails, munchies, and a gallery talk.” Held in the Whitney Gallery of Western Art, 5-7 p.m. The BBHC hosts “Fourth Friday” events in January, February, and the public is
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Denver Mart open to arts entrepreneurs

This comes from the on-line newsletter Wyoming Entrepreneur.biz from the Wyoming Small Business Development Center:Wyo companies encouraged to attend Denver MartWyoming companies looking for new markets should apply to the Wyoming Business Council to attend the Denver Merchandise Mart’s gift, jewelry and resort show Feb. 23-26. This show is considered the major market for souvenir
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For all those non-profits out there

The Chronicle of Philanthropy bills itself as the newspaper of the nonprofit world. Access them on line at www.philanthropy.com for some interesting reading.

2009 Wyoming Game and Fish Conservation Stamp Art Competition

The 2009 competition subject will be the great-gray owl. Entries will be accepted from January 1 through March 1, 2008. The judging will be held March 14, 2008 and the winning artwork will be placed on the 2009 Conservation Stamp. The second through fifth place winners, along with the honorable mentions, will be featured on
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USA Today calls Cirque Dreams Jungle Fantasy “Dazzling…A fantastical tale in an enchanted jungle.” Jungle Fantasy is an all-new live theatrical adventure that takes audiences soaring into a magical forest through the air and on stage. An International cast of graceful aerialists, spine bending contortionists, vine swinging characters, strong men and balancers bring this jungle
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Write something at the Iowa Summer Writing Festival

From June 8 through July 25, 2008, the University of Iowa’s twenty-second annual Summer Writing Festival is a short term, noncredit writing program for adults. The Festival offers 130 workshops across the genres, including novel, short fiction, poetry, essay, memoir, humor, travel, play writing, writing for children, and more. All levels. There are no requirements
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