Wyoming Arts Council

Children’s art show accepting entries

Children's art show accepting entries

Musser Fund offers grants for collaborations

From a press release: The Laura Jane Musser Fund offers grants. In recognition of Laura Jane Musser’s life-long commitment to excellence in the arts, and with awareness that pivotal and life-changing experience can occur for individuals through introduction to and participation in the arts. The Laura Jane Musser Fund hopes to encourage and excite a
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"portraits [in]justice" exhibit opens March 7

Press release from the KEAG Gallery in Laramie: The opening reception for “portraits [in]justice: facing social justice issues in post-war Liberia” is Saturday, March 7, 6-8 p.m. at Laramie’s KEAG Gallery. The exhibit features the photography of Jeminie Shell who, during the summer of 2008, was immersed in the politics, culture, and chaos of post-war
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"portraits [in]justice" exhibit opens March 7

Press release from the KEAG Gallery in Laramie: The opening reception for “portraits [in]justice: facing social justice issues in post-war Liberia” is Saturday, March 7, 6-8 p.m. at Laramie’s KEAG Gallery. The exhibit features the photography of Jeminie Shell who, during the summer of 2008, was immersed in the politics, culture, and chaos of post-war
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Cheyenne hosts "Black History Celebration"

The Cheyenne Depot Museum and Love & Charity Club are co-hosting thier first Black History Celebration. There are three main events which are all free to the public. All of the events will be held in the lobby of the Cheyenne Depot Museum in downtown Cheyenne. It begins Friday, February 20, with a “Fashionable Tale
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Cheyenne hosts "Black History Celebration"

The Cheyenne Depot Museum and Love & Charity Club are co-hosting thier first Black History Celebration. There are three main events which are all free to the public. All of the events will be held in the lobby of the Cheyenne Depot Museum in downtown Cheyenne. It begins Friday, February 20, with a “Fashionable Tale
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Meet Lawrence Argent, fellowship juror

Schooled in classical sculpture, Lawrence Argent may best be known for his huge blue bear sculpture at the Denver Convention Center. This painter, public artist and arts professor spent January building an ice sculpture for Vail’s Winterfest. Lawrence served as a juror for last year’s visual arts fellowships and returns in that role — and
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We dream of Bosler when we close our eyes

Doesn’t everyone? That’s for Jalan Crossland’s fans in Bosler and all over the state. The Ten Sleep musician and his band will be performing at the Rock Creek Wild! concert on Saturday, February 21, at the Parkway Plaza Hotel in Casper. Jalan joins the Chad Lore Band of Casper for this concert to benefit the
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Humanities Council seeks board nominations

Jenny Ingram sends us news from the Wyoming Hunmanities Council: The Wyoming Humanities Council is currently seeking nominations for membership on its board of directors. The council’s board is composed of 20 volunteers with interest and expertise in the humanities. With primary funding from the National Endowment for the Humanities, the council sponsors grants and
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