Wyoming Arts Council

Alliance of Artists’ Communities Annual Conference in Seattle

“Arts and Civic Engagement” November 12-15 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
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Alliance of Artists' Communities Annual Conference in Seattle

“Arts and Civic Engagement” November 12-15 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
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2008-09 UW Symphony Orchestra Season

From Michael Griffith, Musical Director: Thursday, October 9, 7:30 p.m.Brazilian & BohemianRúbia Santos, piano soloist Mozart, The Marriage of Figaro OvertureGuarnieri, Piano ConcertinoDvoÿák, Symphony No. 6 Thursday, November 20, 7:30 p.m.An English EnigmaTai Murray, violin soloist Beethoven, Fidelio OvertureBruch, Violin Concerto No. 1Elgar, Enigma Variations Saturday, December 6, 7:30 p.m., and Sunday, December 7, 3:00
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Meet the bookfest authors: Serle Chapman

Author of seven books, accomplished photographer, and wide-ranging tour guide to the Indian country of the High Plains, Serle Chapman brings a unique perspective to the people in the heart of North America, past and present. His forebears include the frontier scout Amos Chapman, and Chapman’s Cheyenne wife Long Neck Woman, granddaughter of Black Kettle
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Seeking Executive Director for the Bozeman Symphony Society

The Executive Director: * works with the Music Director and the Board of Directors in the development of the long term strategic direction of the Society as well as the day to day direction of all business activities necessary to achieve these strategic objectives.* is an ex-officio member of the Board of Directors and participates
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Painter of the Purple Sage at AVA

NEA helps artists in flood-ravaged states

The National Endowment for the Arts announces $100,000 in grants and additional resources to support Iowan and Midwestern arts communities affected by this year’s historic flooding. An NEA grant of $100,000 to the Iowa Arts Council will help Iowa artists and arts organizations resume their work. In addition, the NEA and the Institute of Museum
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From Ted Kooser, U.S. Poet Laureate, 2004-2006: Hearts and flowers, that’s how some people dismiss poetry, suggesting that’s all there is to it, just a bunch of sappy poets weeping over love and beauty. Well, poetry is lots more than that. At times it’s a means of honoring the simple things about us. To illustrate
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Local artist contributes to sculpture exhibition

Artist Stan Dolega (right) and Sterling Smith , UW Art Museum Chief Preparator, construct Veedauwoo Modernized at his West Laramie studio. Photo courtesy of the UW Art Museum. Laramie artist, Stan Dolega, is scheduled to install a new sculpture at Optimist Park on Thursday, Aug 21. The new artwork, Veedauwoo Modernized, is inspired by the
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New Jim Bridger statue dedicated on Aug. 8

At the Fort Bridger State Historic Site on Friday, August 8, the new Jim Bridger bronze statue will be unveiled to the public. Admission to the site is free during the entire day. The Fort Bridger Museum opens 10 a.m. At 3 p.m., Jim Bridger descendant Bobby Bridger (shown in photo), singer, songwriter, actor and
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