Wyoming Arts Council

Tom Rush launches tour for new CD

Legendary singer/songwriter Tom Rush (formerly of Jackson) kicks off a tour for “What I Know,” his first full-length studio album in more than 30 years with stops in neighboring states Colorado and Idaho. Here are the February dates: Feb. 18 – Crested Butte, CO – Center for the Arts – 8 PMFeb. 19 – Aspen,
Continue →

Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibit deadline Friday

Our SPCR colleague, Sue Castaneda, reminds Wyoming artists that the application deadline (postmark) is Friday, Feb. 13, for the 9th Annual Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition. All artists living and working in Wyoming are invited to enter this juried competition. Selected pieces will be on display in the Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne from April 20
Continue →

Governor's Capitol Art Exhibit deadline Friday

Our SPCR colleague, Sue Castaneda, reminds Wyoming artists that the application deadline (postmark) is Friday, Feb. 13, for the 9th Annual Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition. All artists living and working in Wyoming are invited to enter this juried competition. Selected pieces will be on display in the Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne from April 20
Continue →

Registration info on UW Art Symposium

The UW Art Museum blog has released details about “Public Art and Community: Inspiration and Reflection,” a symposium for artists, community leaders, students, and the public, at the UW Conference Center in Laramie April 2-4. The registration form will be posted to the UW Art Museum blog (and this one) by Friday, Feb. 13.Advance Registration
Continue →

HB0218 update–passes first reading

HB0218 was read in the House this afternoon (ended 5 minutes ago, in fact). Rep. Harvey gave a nice introduction, and Rep. Craft spoke passionately in favor of the bill. She particularly complimented the teacher groups for all coming and supporting each other. Rep. Harshman brought an amendment, ultimately withdrawn, which would remove foreign languages
Continue →

Call for entries: Open Minds Quarterly

Diane Laprairie, editor of Open Minds Quarterly, sends this announcement: It’s that time again, when poets pick up their pencils and enter the BrainStorm Poetry Contest for individuals living with mental illness. You can join in, too, by entering your best poetry by March 20, 2009. The top three poems, judged by a panel of
Continue →

Auditions Feb. 9-10 for "I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change"

The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players will hold auditions for “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 9 and 10, at 6:30 p.m. at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. FMI: Rose Wagner, CLTP Marketing/Outreach Coordinator, 307-638-6543

Auditions Feb. 9-10 for "I Love You, You're Perfect, Now Change"

The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players will hold auditions for “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change” on Monday and Tuesday, Feb. 9 and 10, at 6:30 p.m. at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. FMI: Rose Wagner, CLTP Marketing/Outreach Coordinator, 307-638-6543

Kenya’s wildlife topic of NMWA presentation

Zeenie Scholz sends this info about an upcoming event at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson:The National Museum of Wildlife Art presents “Into Africa: Kenya’s Wildlife and the Impact of Human Conflict,” with Willis Okech Oyugi, on Tuesday, Feb. 17, for Art After Hours. The program takes place at 7 p.m. in the
Continue →

Kenya's wildlife topic of NMWA presentation

Zeenie Scholz sends this info about an upcoming event at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson:The National Museum of Wildlife Art presents “Into Africa: Kenya’s Wildlife and the Impact of Human Conflict,” with Willis Okech Oyugi, on Tuesday, Feb. 17, for Art After Hours. The program takes place at 7 p.m. in the
Continue →

Cancel