Wyoming Arts Council

Prime Real Estate

Photo by Linda Coatney Found these ducks vying for paddling rights in the only open water on the lake in Lion’s Park in Cheyenne. They were having quite a time.

KEAG Gallery hosts Kikut reception Dec. 5

KEAG Gallery will hold a reception for Patrick Kikut’s exhibit, “Featured Attractions,” on Friday, Dec. 5, 6-8 p.m., at the gallery, 414 Grand Ave., Laramie. The event is free and open to the public. David teaches at the University of Wyoming. Here’s how he describes his background: “I was raised in a small beach town
Continue →

Wyoming native’s artwork on White House card

This post is excerpted from a Dec. 4 article in the Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming native T. Allen Lawson has created the 2008 White House Christmas card image [see photo above provided by Bush Administration], first lady Laura Bush announced Wednesday. Lawson, 45, is the first Wyomingite to create a Christmas card for a first family,
Continue →

Wyoming native's artwork on White House card

This post is excerpted from a Dec. 4 article in the Casper Star-Tribune: Wyoming native T. Allen Lawson has created the 2008 White House Christmas card image [see photo above provided by Bush Administration], first lady Laura Bush announced Wednesday. Lawson, 45, is the first Wyomingite to create a Christmas card for a first family,
Continue →

"Skeletal Biology" book explores Wyo. history

From a UW press release: A new book by a team of University of Wyoming authors explores the prehistory and early history of the Northwestern Plains through a collection of about 370 partial and full sets of skeletal remains gathered over the past 40 years by UW researchers. “Skeletal Biology and Bioarchaeology of the Northwestern
Continue →

"Skeletal Biology" book explores Wyo. history

From a UW press release: A new book by a team of University of Wyoming authors explores the prehistory and early history of the Northwestern Plains through a collection of about 370 partial and full sets of skeletal remains gathered over the past 40 years by UW researchers. “Skeletal Biology and Bioarchaeology of the Northwestern
Continue →

Poetry for a snowy day

American Life in Poetry: Column 193 BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE, 2004-2006 The first two lines of this poem pose a question many of us may have thought about: how does snow make silence even more silent? And notice Robert Haight’s deft use of color, only those few flecks of red, and the rest
Continue →

Pre-order new thriller by Cheyenne’s C.J. Box — and get a free copy of "Blue Heaven"

Pre-order new thriller by Cheyenne's C.J. Box — and get a free copy of "Blue Heaven"

Tom Rea pens series on "Wyoming’s Mormons"

Wyofile is featuring a series of articles on “Wyoming’s Mormons” by Casper writer and historian Tom Rea. Tom’s most recent book is “Devil’s Gate: Owning the Land, Owning the Story,” from University of Oklahoma Press. Here’s some info on the series from Wyofile: Beginning Monday, Casper journalist/historian Tom Rea looks at the significant role played
Continue →

Cancel