Wyoming Arts Council

No fiction — "Pulp Function" at the NIC

Paper, that humble material that we use daily and take for granted, becomes material for art in Pulp Function, on exhibit at the Nicolaysen Art Museum & Discovery Center in Casper from July 11 through September 28 — with an opening reception on FRiday, August 8, starting at 6 p.m. This exhibition explores all aspects
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New roster artist: Carolee Bowen, Evanston

Carolee Bowen is an oboist from Evanston. For several years, she’s appeared on the WAC artist roster with her chamber music group, Trio Dolce. Carolee is familiar with standard woodwind quintet repertoire and as a freelance oboist, can sit in with your community or professional orchestra for concerts, or substitute in chamber groups, performing as
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New roster artist: Andy Nelson, Pinedale

Andy Nelson is a cowboy poet and performer from Pinedale who’s a new Wyoming Arts Council roster artist. An energetic and high-spirited cowboy poet and humorist, Andy offers the history, heritage and hilarity of the cowboy culture through traditional poetry and story telling. During his childhood and adolescence, Andy’s greatest influence was traveling with his
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Writing on the river with Page Lambert

Page Lambert, WAC creative writing fellowship winner and former resident of Sundance, is working with The Women’s Wilderness Institute to run a five-day writing workshop for women Sept. 24-28 on the Green River. The retreat features daily, interactive writing seminars and one-on-one sessions with Page while canoeing through Utah’s Labyrinth Canyon. Page is a veteran
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Depot Museum offers concerts during CFD

The Cheyenne Depot Museum is hosting Rhythm by the Rails, Downtown Cheyenne’s Free Concert Series, on the Depot Plaza during Cheyenne Frontier Days from Friday, July 18th to the Saturday Night Street Dance on July 26. Regional bands will be performing, as well as a variety of headliners including Susie Luchsinger and Pake McEntire on
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West Nebraska Art Center features retrospective of Alice Sacks’ paintings

“Wyoming Winter” by Alice Warfield Sack The West Nebraska Arts Center, 106 E. 18th St., Scottsbluff, Nebraska, is featuring a retrospective of the work of Alice Warfield Sack Aug. 1-29. An opening reception will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 1. Sack died two years ago in Torrington at the age of 95.
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West Nebraska Art Center features retrospective of Alice Sacks' paintings

“Wyoming Winter” by Alice Warfield Sack The West Nebraska Arts Center, 106 E. 18th St., Scottsbluff, Nebraska, is featuring a retrospective of the work of Alice Warfield Sack Aug. 1-29. An opening reception will be held from 6-8 p.m. on Friday, Aug. 1. Sack died two years ago in Torrington at the age of 95.
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Dougherty sculpture to be installed at UW

From a University of Wyoming press release: Artist Patrick Dougherty will spend the next three weeks in Laramie to create a large-scale sculpture made of saplings for “Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational.” The latest of 16 sculptures for the exhibition, Dougherty’s artwork will be installed on Prexy’s Pasture on the University of Wyoming campus. This week,
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New Deal-inspired photos to tour Wyoming

From a Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources press release: A traveling exhibit featuring the photos of New Deal inspired Wyoming projects will be on display at venues throughout the state beginning next month.The exhibit, celebrating the 75th Anniversary of the New Deal, features 14 large-format contemporary black-and-white photographs taken by Wyoming Department of State
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New roster artist: Matt Daly, Jackson

Matt Daly is a writer who lives in Jackson. He’s a new addition to the Wyoming Arts Council artists’ roster. Since 2003, Matt has offered poetry and prose writing workshops for elementary through high school students, using creative writing as a method for students to discover their unique artistic voice. He has incorporated various classroom
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