Wyoming Arts Council

Casper fiddler listened to teacher’s advice

Great article by Hannah Wiest in Sunday’s Casper Star-Tribune about a Casper fiddler who’s made good in Nashville. Justin Williamson is returning to Casper this week as a member of Brad Paisley’s band. Justin grew up in Casper and had the benefits of a great violin teacher in Jim Mothersbaugh. He prepped Justin for his
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Casper fiddler listened to teacher's advice

Great article by Hannah Wiest in Sunday’s Casper Star-Tribune about a Casper fiddler who’s made good in Nashville. Justin Williamson is returning to Casper this week as a member of Brad Paisley’s band. Justin grew up in Casper and had the benefits of a great violin teacher in Jim Mothersbaugh. He prepped Justin for his
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Spoken-word artist performs for UW’s "Martin Luther King Jr. "Days of Dialogue"

New York City spoken-word artist and author Saul Williams is the keynote speaker for the 2008 Martin Luther King Jr./Days of Dialogue (MLK/DOD) celebration Jan. 21-25, at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. Williams will perform at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23, in the Wyoming Union Yellowstone Ballroom. He will read his poetry earlier that
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Spoken-word artist performs for UW's "Martin Luther King Jr. "Days of Dialogue"

New York City spoken-word artist and author Saul Williams is the keynote speaker for the 2008 Martin Luther King Jr./Days of Dialogue (MLK/DOD) celebration Jan. 21-25, at the University of Wyoming in Laramie. Williams will perform at 7 p.m. Wednesday, Jan. 23, in the Wyoming Union Yellowstone Ballroom. He will read his poetry earlier that
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Jentel application deadline is Jan. 15

Time is growing short, but artists and writers can apply for a month-long residency at Wyoming’s Jentel Foundation by Jan. 15. Jentel has two sessions and two deadlines. Applications and letters of reference must be postmarked no later than Jan. 15 for the summer/fall residency, May 15 through Dec. 13. Postmark deadline is Sept. 15
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Eggstraordinary Eggxibit needs you

The application and guidelines for the Wyoming Arts Council’s “Eggstraordinary Eggxhibit” are now on our web site at https://wyoarts.state.wy.us. This exhibit was prompted by the flap last year when the egg was on Wyoming’s face. The White House Egg display included an egg representing Wyoming that was created by a non-resident artist. To wipe the
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Ostlind exhibition now at Casper College

The Casper College Goodstein Gallery will host the University of Wyoming Art Museum’s touring exhibition of Joel Ostlind’s work through Thursday, Jan. 24. “I was raised in Wyoming and have chosen . . . to live in this region and work to interpret the things I value here: the light, the land, and the people
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Apply now for the 2008 Governor’s Exhibition

Printable applications are now available on the Wyoming Arts Council’s web site for the 2008 Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition. Deadline is March 7. The annual exhibition will take place June 23-Aug. 3 at the Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne. You must be a Wyoming resident to enter. Artists accepted for the exhibit will be notified
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Apply now for the 2008 Governor's Exhibition

Printable applications are now available on the Wyoming Arts Council’s web site for the 2008 Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition. Deadline is March 7. The annual exhibition will take place June 23-Aug. 3 at the Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne. You must be a Wyoming resident to enter. Artists accepted for the exhibit will be notified
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Call for entries: Owen Wister Review

This comes from Zach Parrie at UW’s Owen Wister Review: My name is Zach Parrie, and recently I was chosen as the editor for the 2008 Owen Wister Review. The schedule for submissions has been skewed somewhat this year, and on top of that, our web site is out of date. The 2008 OWR is
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