Wyoming Arts Council

Cast vote now for Adler People’s Choice Award

The Warren Adler Short Story Contest seeks your vote for the People’s Choice Award. Voting is now open! Vote for one of these five finalists:The Leaper by Frank MarronePlaying Doctor by Gregory WilliamsThe Best Part by N. Keonaona RussellMock Turtle Island by Brian MullallyThe Longbranch by Aimee Hansen Votes must be cast by Feb. 15.
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Cast vote now for Adler People's Choice Award

The Warren Adler Short Story Contest seeks your vote for the People’s Choice Award. Voting is now open! Vote for one of these five finalists:The Leaper by Frank MarronePlaying Doctor by Gregory WilliamsThe Best Part by N. Keonaona RussellMock Turtle Island by Brian MullallyThe Longbranch by Aimee Hansen Votes must be cast by Feb. 15.
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Folklorists! Take this survey!

Betsy Peterson, Fund for Folk Culture (bpeterson@folkculture.org) and Amy Kitchener, Alliance for California Traditional Arts (akitch@actaonline.org) send this info those of us who work in the folk arts: If you work or with the Folk and Traditional Arts, please take 5 minutes to complete this online survey by February 5, 2009. Please forward this survey
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Call for entries: Split This Rock Poetry Contest

From the Split This Rock web site:Split This Rock is pleased to announce our second annual poetry contest, to be judged by poet and National Book Award finalist Patricia Smith. First place $500; 2nd and 3rd place, $250 each. Winning poems will be published on www.SplitThisRock.org, and the 1st-place winner will be invited to read
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Mack Brislawn at Laramie’s KEAG Gallery

KEAG Gallery is excited to exhibit the work of painter, Mack Brislawn (http://www.geocities.com/fran2543/) through the month of February. Opening Reception is February 6th from 6 to 8pm. The exhibit will include more than a dozen contemporary western landscapes. A Wyoming native, Mack grew up on a pioneer homestead west of Devil’s Tower,and learned to love
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Mack Brislawn at Laramie's KEAG Gallery

KEAG Gallery is excited to exhibit the work of painter, Mack Brislawn (http://www.geocities.com/fran2543/) through the month of February. Opening Reception is February 6th from 6 to 8pm. The exhibit will include more than a dozen contemporary western landscapes. A Wyoming native, Mack grew up on a pioneer homestead west of Devil’s Tower,and learned to love
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Allison Sage performs at LCCC Feb. 5

Allison Sage, a member of the Northern Arapaho Drum Society, shares history about his culture and demonstrates a variety of traditional singings on Thursday, Feb. 5, 3 p.m. at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne. The event will be held in the Training Center, Rooms 120-121, on the campus at 1400 E. College Dr. It’s
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Clay makes life worth living

Call for entries: Prism Contest

Laramie writer Jeffe Kennedy sends news that “if you published anything even vaguely paranormal in 2008, you should enter the Prism Contest” sponsored by the Fantasy, Futuristic, Fantasy & Paranormal (FF&P) Chapter of the Romance Writers of America. According to Jeffe: “I’m the president, and I support this ad!”Info here: http://www.romance-ffp.com/contests.htm.

Author William Robinson visits WWCC

From a press release: Former Western Wyoming Community College student and author, William Robinson will speak at WWCC in Rock Springs on Wednesday, Feb. 4, 3:30 p.m. in Room A202. The event is free and open to the public. Robinson’s book, “The Search for Excalibur” just hit bookstore shelves Jan. 10. The book explores the
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