Wyoming Arts Council

Dougherty speaks at Albany Co. Library

Artist Patrick Dougherty will discuss his work Wednesday, July 23, at 7 p.m. at the Albany County Public Library, 310 S. 8th St., Laramie. Admission is free. He will explain the evolution of his creative process working with saplings and the site-specific sculpture that is nearing completion on Prexy’s Pasture. His sculpture is made from
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Gene Gagliano and Zak Pullen at Barnes & Noble

(l) Gene Gagliano and (r) Zak Pullen Down at Barnes & Noble in Cheyenne today, Gene and Zak were quite busy signing books and talking to the crowd gathered around the book table about their creative process. Zak dashed off a few illustrations to pass the time between customers. Gene and Zak have recently collaborated
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Gene Gagliano and Zak Pullen at Barnes & Noble

(l) Gene Gagliano and (r) Zak Pullen Down at Barnes & Noble in Cheyenne today, Gene and Zak were quite busy signing books and talking to the crowd gathered around the book table about their creative process. Zak dashed off a few illustrations to pass the time between customers. Gene and Zak have recently collaborated
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Rattlesnake Jake doesn’t live up to his name!

Outside at the Wyoming State Museum, Rattlesnake Jake set up his amplifier and microphone in the shade of a cottonwood, and began entertaining the semi-circle of visitors who had made this one of their stops in Cheyenne during Frontier Days. People even took off their shoes and nestled their toes in the semi-cool green grass;
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Rattlesnake Jake doesn't live up to his name!

Outside at the Wyoming State Museum, Rattlesnake Jake set up his amplifier and microphone in the shade of a cottonwood, and began entertaining the semi-circle of visitors who had made this one of their stops in Cheyenne during Frontier Days. People even took off their shoes and nestled their toes in the semi-cool green grass;
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Blogging — in print and on the Internet

Fiction writer Warren Adler, who splits his time between Jackson, Wyo., and New York City, has been blogging since 2007 at http://warrenadler.blogspot.com/. He’s been writing his monthly E-sheet newsletters online for at least 83 issues, going back to June 2001. In his latest blog post, “Blog Away, brothers and sisters,” he says that he was
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Pollock-Krasner Fndn. offers artist grants

The Pollock-Krasner Foundation, Inc., was established in 1985 for the sole purpose of providing financial assistance to individual working artists of established ability through the generosity of the late Lee Krasner, one of the leading abstract expressionist painters and the widow of Jackson Pollock. The Pollock-Krasner Foundation’s dual criteria for grants are recognizable artistic merit
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Seattle conference blends art & civics

Registration is now open for the Alliance of Artists Communities 18th annual conference, exploring what it means as an artist-centered organization to be a full participant in civic life, engaging in the global community, supporting artists working in social justice and public or community art, and integrating support for artists, creativity, and innovation into public
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Seattle conference blends art & civics

Registration is now open for the Alliance of Artists Communities 18th annual conference, exploring what it means as an artist-centered organization to be a full participant in civic life, engaging in the global community, supporting artists working in social justice and public or community art, and integrating support for artists, creativity, and innovation into public
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AVA launches Memory Fence Project

Sara King, board member of the AVA Center in Gillette, sends this news about AVA’s Memory Fence Project, which is being spearheaded by Edie Reno (find a link to her MySpace page on right sidebar), a Campbell County artist whose work just won a purchase award at the Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition in Cheyenne: The
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