Wyoming Arts Council

Apply: Artist's Enclave at I-Park

The Artist’s Enclave at I-Park offers two- to four-week residencies from May to November 2009. Residencies include a private studio and living quarters, and allow artists time and space to work on existing projects. Successful candidates may also apply for a $1,000 travel grant. Note that the staff and studio space at I-Park are primarily
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Change in times/dates for "A Christmas Carol"

The always-in-the-know AVA Center in Gillette sends this update:AVA is helping to spread the news! Gillette Community Theater presents “A Christmas Carol.” But dates have changed! Please take note of the new dates and times below: Friday, Dec. 19, 7 p.m., at Campbell County High School AuditoriumSaturday, Dec. 20, 7 p.m. (same location)Sunday, Dec. 21,
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Change in times/dates for "A Christmas Carol"

The always-in-the-know AVA Center in Gillette sends this update:AVA is helping to spread the news! Gillette Community Theater presents “A Christmas Carol.” But dates have changed! Please take note of the new dates and times below: Friday, Dec. 19, 7 p.m., at Campbell County High School AuditoriumSaturday, Dec. 20, 7 p.m. (same location)Sunday, Dec. 21,
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"Pocketbook Anthropology" at State Museum

From a Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources press release: “Pocketbook Anthropology: A Treasure of Handbags,” a display of unique women’s handbags, is on display at the Wyoming State Museum through Jan. 15. The exhibit is organized by ExhibitsUSA, the national exhibition touring program of Mid-America Arts Alliance, the display takes a closer look at
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"Pocketbook Anthropology" at State Museum

From a Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources press release: “Pocketbook Anthropology: A Treasure of Handbags,” a display of unique women’s handbags, is on display at the Wyoming State Museum through Jan. 15. The exhibit is organized by ExhibitsUSA, the national exhibition touring program of Mid-America Arts Alliance, the display takes a closer look at
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"Fighting the Fires of Hate" exhibit comes to Jackson in January

Nazis burning books in Berlin, May 1933. Photo from National Archives and Records Administration. The winter/spring issue of Splash!, the magazine of the Art Association in the Center for the Arts in Jackson, has arrived in the wyomingarts mailbox. We always look forward to it, as it provides many postings for this blog, this one
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"Fighting the Fires of Hate" exhibit comes to Jackson in January

Nazis burning books in Berlin, May 1933. Photo from National Archives and Records Administration. The winter/spring issue of Splash!, the magazine of the Art Association in the Center for the Arts in Jackson, has arrived in the wyomingarts mailbox. We always look forward to it, as it provides many postings for this blog, this one
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"Post-modern kings of western swing" perform Jan. 7 in Jackson

Asleep at the Wheel performs at the Arts Center Theater in Jackson on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 7:30 p.m. All seats $35. Click Here To Get TicketsHere’s a description from the Arts Center web site:Over the course of the last 37 years, Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel have boldly defied the fickle lures of
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"Post-modern kings of western swing" perform Jan. 7 in Jackson

Asleep at the Wheel performs at the Arts Center Theater in Jackson on Wednesday, Jan. 7, 7:30 p.m. All seats $35. Click Here To Get TicketsHere’s a description from the Arts Center web site:Over the course of the last 37 years, Ray Benson and Asleep at the Wheel have boldly defied the fickle lures of
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Fall issue of Wyoming Artscapes out

Back cover, Artscapes. Graphic Designer, Laura Patridge Fall issue of the newsletter is out. Read managing editor Mike Shay’s absorbing recap of Salman Rushdie’s talk during his visit to Laramie on September 25. Fused glass class article by editor Linda Coatney. Director Rita Basom talked about the upcoming 2009 Arts Summit. Arts Council Board Chair
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