Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: E. Nebraska Vets’ Home

From a press release: The Eastern Nebraska Veteran’s Home announces a Request for Proposals (RFP) and Direct Purchase call for two-dimensional interior wall artwork to be installed within the newly constructed ENVH facility. This request for proposals/direct purchase project competition is open to all professional public artists or artist teams from throughout the United States,
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Call for entries: E. Nebraska Vets' Home

From a press release: The Eastern Nebraska Veteran’s Home announces a Request for Proposals (RFP) and Direct Purchase call for two-dimensional interior wall artwork to be installed within the newly constructed ENVH facility. This request for proposals/direct purchase project competition is open to all professional public artists or artist teams from throughout the United States,
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High Plains novel hits the stage

“Plainsong,” Kent Haruf’s award-winning novel about life on Colorado’s High Plains, struck a chord with readers in Wyoming. Haruf was one of the presenters at the 2005 Literary Connection in Cheyenne, sharing the podium with his pal, Wyoming’s Mark Spragg, author of “An Unfinished Life.” Both of these chroniclers of rural life in the Rocky
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"Artscapes" explores creative communities

The Wyoming Arts Council’s intrepid correspondent, Linda Coatney, is up in Torrington this week investigating Goshen County’s blossoming arts scene. By now, you’ve probably read Linda’s profile of Cokeville in Lincoln County which appeared in our fall print newsletter, Artscapes. In August, the WAC launched its quarterly publication with Linda’s article on the burgeoning arts
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"Artscapes" explores creative communities

The Wyoming Arts Council’s intrepid correspondent, Linda Coatney, is up in Torrington this week investigating Goshen County’s blossoming arts scene. By now, you’ve probably read Linda’s profile of Cokeville in Lincoln County which appeared in our fall print newsletter, Artscapes. In August, the WAC launched its quarterly publication with Linda’s article on the burgeoning arts
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It’s grant application time again

Grants to Organization applications are now being accepted for Fiscal Year 2009, which begins July 1, 2008. Draft applications for this annual grant category must be submitted by March 1, and final applications must be submitted by March 15. Apply on-line at the WAC web site. If you and your organization or school would like
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It's grant application time again

Grants to Organization applications are now being accepted for Fiscal Year 2009, which begins July 1, 2008. Draft applications for this annual grant category must be submitted by March 1, and final applications must be submitted by March 15. Apply on-line at the WAC web site. If you and your organization or school would like
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Music Festival exceeds fund-raising goal

This great news comes from Amanda Flosbach at the offices of the Grand Teton Music Festival: The Grand Teton Music Festival announced last night that its campaign to raise money for the recently completed Walk Festival Hall Preservation Project closed successfully Dec. 31, and exceeded its $4.85 million goal. Under the leadership of co-chairs and
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Call for entries: Carbon Co. Arts Guild

Submit your work now for the Rocky Mountain Regional Juried Art Exhibition at the Carbon County Arts Guild and Depot Gallery in Red Lodge, Mont. March 10 is the deadline for receipt of entries. The exhibit opens at the Depot Gallery April 1 and continues through April 30. The competition is open to residents of
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Teens! D.I.Y. at the Teton Co. Library

From a Teton County Public Library press release:Hey! Wanna Crochet? Teton County Library offers teens two Do-It-Yourself (D.I.Y.) opportunities to hand craft creations using recycled goods and crochet hooks in January.Jackson Hole High School graduate and online artist Meleta Buckstaff leads the first D.I.Y.: Teen Green Crafting from 4 to 5:30 p.m., Thursday, January 10
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