Wyoming Arts Council

Sculpture a great addition to entrance at Governor's mansion

Open Season is delivered to the installation site. Photo by Richard Collier. “Open Season” by Guadalupe Barajas Photo by Linda Coatney Guadalupe Barajas’s bronze “Open Season” was unveiled October 2 at the Governor’s Mansion. Not deterred by light rain and breezey conditions, Milward Simpson, director of State Parks and Cultural Resources, was Master of Ceremony,
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BBHC receives award

The Buffalo Bill Historical Center has been selected to receive the 2008 National Medal for Museum and Library Service from the Institute for Museum and Library Services. The Historical Center was selected for this award in recognition of our exhibitions and educational programs including the American Indian Heritage Celebration, the Lloyd New Art Mentorship Program,
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Author & researcher Robert Ross to explore U.S.-China relations at UW symposium

From a UW press release: The University of Wyoming International Studies Scholars Lecture Series will sponsor a lecture and panel discussion on “Critical Issues in U.S.-China Relations 2008 and Beyond” Thursday, Oct. 16, from 3-5 p.m. in Room 129 of the UW Classroom Building. Boston College Professor Robert Ross, an associate with Harvard University’s John
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Author & researcher Robert Ross to explore U.S.-China relations at UW symposium

From a UW press release: The University of Wyoming International Studies Scholars Lecture Series will sponsor a lecture and panel discussion on “Critical Issues in U.S.-China Relations 2008 and Beyond” Thursday, Oct. 16, from 3-5 p.m. in Room 129 of the UW Classroom Building. Boston College Professor Robert Ross, an associate with Harvard University’s John
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At last, we’ve found the missing (survey) link

Some of Wyoming’s individual artists report that they haven’t been able to connect to the WAC survey via the link we provided on the web site. There’s a good reason for that — it’s the wrong link! So, if you’re an individual artist and want to fill out our survey, click here. In the meantime,
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At last, we've found the missing (survey) link

Some of Wyoming’s individual artists report that they haven’t been able to connect to the WAC survey via the link we provided on the web site. There’s a good reason for that — it’s the wrong link! So, if you’re an individual artist and want to fill out our survey, click here. In the meantime,
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Kids invited to make their own dinosaurs

On Saturday, October 11, families with children are invited to the Cheyenne Depot for “Dinosaurs at the Depot.” The children will hear dinosaur stories, and then help to construct dinosaurs including a 17-foot-long Triceratops (Wyoming’s official state dinosaur), a 14-foot Tyrannosaurus Rex, and an 11-foot Dimetrotradon. In addition, the children will build a nest for
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"The Ambition of the Short Story"

Fiction writer Steven Millhauser writes in the Oct. 3 New York Times about “The Ambition of the Short Story.” Here’s an excerpt: I take my cue from William Blake: “All the world in a grain of sand.” Think of it: the world in a grain of sand; which is to say, every part of the
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"The Ambition of the Short Story"

Fiction writer Steven Millhauser writes in the Oct. 3 New York Times about “The Ambition of the Short Story.” Here’s an excerpt: I take my cue from William Blake: “All the world in a grain of sand.” Think of it: the world in a grain of sand; which is to say, every part of the
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NW College Studio Singers perform with Ronnie Bedford & Friends

The Northwest College Studio Singers will open the season by opening for the 2008 Ronnie Bedford and Friends concert tour Oct. 7 and 8 in two Big Horn Basin communities and Billings, Mont. On Tuesday, Oct. 7, the 14-member group performs at 11 a.m. at Billings West High School, followed by a 1:45 p.m. performance
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