Wyoming Arts Council

"No slouch of a newsletter"

So my daughter said when she looked at this second issue. The Wyoming Art Council’s Artscapes November newsletter issue is off the presses and being mailed as I write this. Begins with a great review by Mike Shay about the Arts Summit that took place in Casper in October, including Casper College’s Literary Conference and
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"Take a Seat" at Margo’s Pottery in Buffalo

Celia Ann Bolinger and Dollie Iberlin return to Margo’s Pottery and Fine Crafts in downtown Buffalo through Dec. 31 with “Take a Seat,” a show that features the recycled re-upholstered furniture that the duo are known for. Also featured will be three of Dollie’s hand-painted chairs. December hours at Margo’s: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Sunday,
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"No slouch of a newsletter"

So my daughter said when she looked at this second issue. The Wyoming Art Council’s Artscapes November newsletter issue is off the presses and being mailed as I write this. Begins with a great review by Mike Shay about the Arts Summit that took place in Casper in October, including Casper College’s Literary Conference and
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"Take a Seat" at Margo's Pottery in Buffalo

Celia Ann Bolinger and Dollie Iberlin return to Margo’s Pottery and Fine Crafts in downtown Buffalo through Dec. 31 with “Take a Seat,” a show that features the recycled re-upholstered furniture that the duo are known for. Also featured will be three of Dollie’s hand-painted chairs. December hours at Margo’s: Monday-Saturday, 10 a.m.-5:30 p.m.; Sunday,
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HarperTeen sponsors writing contest

For teen writers only: Submit your original writing (a short story, poem, or song) between now and Monday, January 7, 2008 and you will be entered for a chance to win $5,000. A panel of HarperTeen judges will select the 10 most original and creative pieces. But it will be up to on-line readers to
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AutomaticBoy returns to Wyoming

This press release comes from alt-rock musician and Riverton native Kenny Fleetwood: As proven by what seems like a million bands before, planning and executing a winter concert tour in the northwestern U.S. can be quite a challenge. This winter, three northwestern-based alt-rock groups plan to tackle that challenge one isolated snow-storm at a time.
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Laramie gets new classical and jazz stations

From a UW press release: New radio stations offering classical and jazz music can now be heard in Laramie 24 hours daily. The Wyoming Public Radio (WPR) Network recently launched Classical Laramie KUWY 88.5 FM and Jazz Laramie KUWL 90.1 FM. Both stations feature Laramie weather forecasts and Wyoming Public Radio news, says Roger Adams,
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Start the new year with a pottery class

“Beginning Pottery: Session I” will he held Jan. 15-30, 6:30-9 p.m., at the AVA Community Art Center in Gillette. It will be conducted by local artist John Werbelow. He will teach you how to make pots using the potters’ wheel; how to handbuild using slab, coil, and pinch methods, and how to use the extruder.
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AIE grant guidelines are changing

Here’s an important announcement from the Wyoming Arts Council:The Wyoming Arts Council is changing the Arts in Education grant program. The annual program will become a biennial application, due March 1, 2008, that allows grantees to request funding for two years. Starting July 1, 2008, there will also be an ongoing grant for programs not
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"Wyoming Signatures" features author interview

The semi-monthly University of Wyoming television series, “Wyoming Signatures,” will feature segments on clean air initiatives and a popular Wyoming author. The public affairs program will air on KCWC, Wyoming Public Television, at 5:30 p.m., Sunday, Dec. 23. Critically acclaimed Wyoming mystery author C.J. Box is a special guest on this week’s show. Known for
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