Wyoming Arts Council

Arts Advocacy Day luncheon Feb. 13

Arts events next week in Laramie

Friday, Feb. 6, 7 p.m. — “Spirit of Afghanistan” slide show of Afghan women, Albany Country Public Library. Free. Saturday, Feb. 7, 7:30 p.m. — UW Department of Music presents
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Gallery Walk Feb. 6 in downtown Laramie

This comes from Terry Reid at Northern Front in Laramie: Thgere will be a Gallery Walk in downtown Laramie on Friday, Feb. 6, 5:30-9 p.m.Here are the featured galleries: Keag
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Stimulus package still has NEA funding

This news release comes from Thomas L. Birch, legislative counsel for the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies: The House of Representatives on Wednesday, January 28, passed the economic stimulus
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Nicolaysen reschedules workshop

The Artist-of-the-Month workshop by Lana Perrotti at Casper’s Nicolaysen Art Museum that was set for this Friday and Saturday has been rescheduled, according to curator of education Linda Lyman.The workshop,
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Anderson Ranch Arts Center offers residencies

Anderson Ranch Arts Center offers two- to three-month residencies to emerging and established artists in seven areas: ceramics, digital media, furniture/wood, painting/drawing, photography, printmaking, and sculpture.The residency is based at
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Artists in The Hole confront bad economy

How are Wyoming’s artists reacting to challenges of a strange economy? By thinking creatively, of course. Henry Sweets reports in Planet Jackson Hole that local artists are forming collaboratives and
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Everything you need to apply for 2009 Wyoming Arts Council visual arts fellowships

In the spirit of the times, Wyomingarts is trying something a bit different. What follows is a long post featuring the WAC visual arts fellowship guidelines and application form. Paper
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Latest issue of Wyoming Winds online

Wyoming Winds, a monthly e-newsletter from the Wyoming Coalition for the Homeless in Cheyenne, contains lots of info about homelessness in Wyoming and the U.S. It also features art and
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Modification to the Hathaway Scholarship to include music

A bill modifying the requirements for the Hathaway Scholarship was recently introduced by Elaine Harvey, a Representative to the House from Lovell. The bill as currently written would allow a
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