Wyoming Arts Council

New season begins for "Jentel Presents"

News from the Jentel Foundation in Banner: After being closed for our annual cleaning and maintenance break, Jentel is pleased to start the New Year off with a diverse and exciting group of talented artists and writers for “Jentel Presents.” This month’s residents from the Jentel Artist Residency Program in Banner will be featured in
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Call for entries: Wyo. Short Film Contest

The Wyoming Film Office announces its first-ever Wyoming Short Film Contest.The premise is simple: make a short film that takes place in Wyoming, features Wyoming, or presents Wyoming as a major character in the story line, and you’ve got a shot at winning the $25,000 grand prize (applied to the production budget of your next
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Reserve tix now for Governor’s Arts Awards

The Taco John’s Events Center in Cheyenne is the site for the 26th annual Governor’s Arts Awards gala on Friday, Feb. 22. Social hours begins at 6 p.m., with dinner at 7 and the awards ceremony at 8. This year’s honorees are:Neil Hansen, associate professor of music, Northwest College, PowellLander Community Concerts Association, LanderMichael McClure,
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Reserve tix now for Governor's Arts Awards

The Taco John’s Events Center in Cheyenne is the site for the 26th annual Governor’s Arts Awards gala on Friday, Feb. 22. Social hours begins at 6 p.m., with dinner at 7 and the awards ceremony at 8. This year’s honorees are:Neil Hansen, associate professor of music, Northwest College, PowellLander Community Concerts Association, LanderMichael McClure,
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Jahiel photographs featured at State Museum

A series of black and white silver gelatin photographic prints of working cowboys are featured in the exhibit, “Cowboys on the Range: Photographs by Adam Jahiel,” at the Wyoming State Museum from January 22 through March 7. The public is invited to a talk by Jahiel from 4-5 p.m. on February 21. A reception will
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News about the WAC visual arts fellowships

Open letter to Wyoming visual artists: The past two years have brought a lot of changes to the Wyoming Arts Council. We have a new director in Rita Basom, whom you all knew as the manager of our Grants to Organizations program, and two new staffers: Randy Oestman and Ann Larson. I now have a
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"Three Cups of Tea" author in Jackson

From a Teton County Library press release: For journalist Karin Ronnow, following in the footsteps of humanitarian Greg Mortenson turned out to be exhausting, exhilarating, enlightening and even life-changing. Ronnow will offer a behind-the-scenes peak at Mortenson’s mission to build schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan during a Teton County Library discussion of the bestselling book,
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"Three Cups of Tea" author in Jackson

From a Teton County Library press release: For journalist Karin Ronnow, following in the footsteps of humanitarian Greg Mortenson turned out to be exhausting, exhilarating, enlightening and even life-changing. Ronnow will offer a behind-the-scenes peak at Mortenson’s mission to build schools in Pakistan and Afghanistan during a Teton County Library discussion of the bestselling book,
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Artists in Greybull "Sitting Pretty"

Greybull will have another artistic fundraiser to look forward to this year as Pronghorn Press, a local publishing company, organizes a painted chair project to benefit the Greybull Chamber of Commerce. “I have a relatively low profile as a Greybull business,” says publisher Annette Chaudet, “and I’d like to do something to benefit Greybull and
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Artists in Greybull "Sitting Pretty"

Greybull will have another artistic fundraiser to look forward to this year as Pronghorn Press, a local publishing company, organizes a painted chair project to benefit the Greybull Chamber of Commerce. “I have a relatively low profile as a Greybull business,” says publisher Annette Chaudet, “and I’d like to do something to benefit Greybull and
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