Wyoming Arts Council

"Taking Chance" debuts in Dubois Feb. 18

Reporter Addie Goss reports this on Wyoming Public Radio: A film about a Wyoming soldier killed in action in Iraq will be shown on Wednesday, Feb. 18, in Dubois. The HBO film “Taking Chance” tells the story of Lance Corporal Chance Phelps, who died in 2004 while defending the rest of his convoy during a
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"Taking Chance" debuts in Dubois Feb. 18

Reporter Addie Goss reports this on Wyoming Public Radio: A film about a Wyoming soldier killed in action in Iraq will be shown on Wednesday, Feb. 18, in Dubois. The HBO film “Taking Chance” tells the story of Lance Corporal Chance Phelps, who died in 2004 while defending the rest of his convoy during a
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"Secret Spy" journal class at AVA

"Secret Spy" journal class at AVA

"Artful Governor" clip from Len Edgerly

Wyomingarts was on hand to schmooze with friends and colleagues at the 27th annual Governor’s Arts Awards at Little America on Friday. Some 400 people made it to the event through freezing fog and snow and icy roads. It was great to see Len Edgerly, formerly of Casper and now of Denver and Cambridge, Mass.
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"Artful Governor" clip from Len Edgerly

Wyomingarts was on hand to schmooze with friends and colleagues at the 27th annual Governor’s Arts Awards at Little America on Friday. Some 400 people made it to the event through freezing fog and snow and icy roads. It was great to see Len Edgerly, formerly of Casper and now of Denver and Cambridge, Mass.
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Wyomingarts heard a song by Laramie band Ghosts of Predators Past on WPR’s Morning Music show earlier this week. Tune was called “Jeffrey City,” named for the almost-ghost-town

Music from Ghosts of Predators Past

Wyomingarts heard a great song by Laramie band Ghosts of Predators Past on WPR’s Morning Music show earlier this week. Tune was called “Jeffrey City,” named for the almost-ghost-town along Hwy. 287 in southeast Fremont County. Their 2008 album is called “Mr. Sunshine Strikes Again.” You can check out some of the group’s music at
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Meet Gina Ruggeri, visual arts fellowship juror

Installation view of Gina Ruggeri’s work at an exhibition at the Kevin Bruk Gallery in Miami, February-March 2008. The paintings shown (left to right) are Darktrunk, Treetrunk and Turfwave. All are acrylic on mylar cut-outs (various sizes). GINA RUGGERI, Brooklyn, N.Y., is a painter and visiting professor in the Vassar College art department in Poughkeepsie,
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Arts funding remains in stimulus bill

The following “Legislative Alert” comes to us from Thomas L. Birch, Legislative Counsel for the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies. The Wyoming Arts Council is a NASAA member. The Senate and House of Representatives are set to vote on final passage of the economic stimulus legislation – H.R.1, the American Recovery and Reinvestment Act
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