Wyoming Arts Council

Nelson & Larsen at Colo. Cowboy Gathering

Two talented Wyomingites — Andy Nelson (shown in photo) of Pinedale and Chuck Larsen of Saratoga — will be performing at the Colorado Cowboy Poetry Gathering Jan. 13-18 at the
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Robert Burns celebration at Casper College

This press release comes from Lisa Icenogle at Casper College: The Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Casper College will host the Second Annual Burns Dinner on Saturday, Jan. 24
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What about Marian the Librarian?

From a Teton County Public Library press release: They have more cardholders than VISA, more items than FedEx and more outlets than McDonald’s. Meet America’s librarians when Teton County Library
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Central High students stage Cole Porter

Cheyenne’s Wyoming Tribune-Eagle launched a series in today’s edition that will follow Central High School students as they prepare for the school”s 2009 musical “Anything Goes” by Cole Porter. The
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Funding available for documentary projects

Dorothea Lange-Paul Taylor Prize from the Center for Documentary Studies at Duke University “is intended to fund collaborative work between a writer and a photographer in the formative or fieldwork
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Photo contest postcards now at AVA Center

Call for entries: VSA Arts script contest

Download the official rules and guidelines here. Download the official application here.

Cheyenne-raised filmmaker is on shortlist for Academy Award in documentary category

In November, Filmmaker Magazine reported that “They Killed Sister Dorothy,” a film by Daniel Junge, who grew up in Cheyenne, has been named to the shortlist of 15 titles in
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See you after Christmas

The blog editors will be off for the rest of the week, so no more postings after today. We here at the WAC hope you all have a great Holiday
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Here’s a little Christmas poem to warm your heart

American Life in Poetry: Column 195 by Ted Kooser, U.S. Poet Laureate 2004-2006. “Here is a poem, much like a prayer, in which the Michigan poet Conrad Hilberry asks for
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