Wyoming Arts Council

Karla Toomer’s holiday shopping guide

Karla Toomer, Cokeville’s most dedicated arts supporter and blogger, offers the town’s residents some helpful hints on holiday gifts: Do you need an idea for the perfect Christmas gift for someone in Cokeville? Here are three suggestions:1. Witness to Miracles, book. Cost $25 softcover/$35 hardcover. They are available immediately. Contact Karla Toomer @3471.2. Donate to
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Karla Toomer's holiday shopping guide

Karla Toomer, Cokeville’s most dedicated arts supporter and blogger, offers the town’s residents some helpful hints on holiday gifts: Do you need an idea for the perfect Christmas gift for someone in Cokeville? Here are three suggestions:1. Witness to Miracles, book. Cost $25 softcover/$35 hardcover. They are available immediately. Contact Karla Toomer @3471.2. Donate to
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Helpful hints on performing arts fellowships

Wyomingarts has fielded a number of calls from performers about guidelines for the 2009 Wyoming Arts Council performing arts fellowships. Inquiring minds want to know whether the inclusion of a DVD is a non-negotiable aspect of the application or whether it is more like a suggestion. Good question. We stipulate that all applicants send in
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Call for entries: Paddlefish

Paddlefish magazine is interested in poetry (3–5 poems), short/short fiction (2,500 words or less), graphic fiction, nonfiction (10,000 words or less), illustrated essays, graphic memoir, and narrative documentary photography in all genres and styles. You may submit work through February 28, 2009. Paddlefish online extension is also accepting a variety of media arts including: video,
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Deadline is Feb. 13 for 2009 Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition

Visual artists working and living in Wyoming are invited to apply for the Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition. Postmark deadline is Feb. 13, 2009. The goal of the award is “to recognize and promote Wyoming artists,” according to the application form recently mailed to artists throughout the state. Award sponsors include the five elected state officials:
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Deadline is Feb. 13 for 2009 Governor's Capitol Art Exhibition

Visual artists working and living in Wyoming are invited to apply for the Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition. Postmark deadline is Feb. 13, 2009. The goal of the award is “to recognize and promote Wyoming artists,” according to the application form recently mailed to artists throughout the state. Award sponsors include the five elected state officials:
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Ceili at the Roundhouse Festival in Evanston

Evanston is offering something new and interesting for 2009. The “Ceili At The Roundhouse Festival,” Wyoming’s Indoor Celtic Frestival, will be held on Friday and Saturday, Feb. 20-21, 2009, in the Machine Shop at the Historic Roundhouse Complex in Evanston. Action begins at 3 p.m. on Friday and wraps up on Saturday at 6 p.m.
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Julene Bair is "Out in the cold"

During the years she lived in Laramie, writer Julene Bair won a National Endowment for the Arts creative writing fellowship, a Willa Award from Women Writing the West, a Mid-List Press First Series Award, the Wyoming Arts Council’s Blanchan Award, the Adler Short Story Award and an Individual Artist Professional Development grant. She also served
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Julene Bair is "Out in the cold"

During the years she lived in Laramie, writer Julene Bair won a National Endowment for the Arts creative writing fellowship, a Willa Award from Women Writing the West, a Mid-List Press First Series Award, the Wyoming Arts Council’s Blanchan Award, the Adler Short Story Award and an Individual Artist Professional Development grant. She also served
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AVA sponsors "Art Fun for Little Ones"

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