Wyoming Arts Council

Scenes from the High School Arts Symposium

Photo montage of this past weekend’s Wyoming High School Arts Symposium in Casper was created by photographer and WAC board member Richard Olveda of Douglas.

Mountain West Conference on the Arts May 7

To register for this conference, go to http://arts.utah.gov/events_calendar/annual_conference/index.html

Jazz.NEXT guidelines now available

Press release from the Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation in Baltimore:Mid Atlantic Arts Foundation announces the availability of guidelines for Jazz.NEXT, a new national jazz initiative designed to encourage the application of technology in innovative approaches to developing audiences; communicating with the public; marketing, distributing and selling the work of jazz artists; and building a more
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Art for the Cure event rescheduled

Wyoming Art for the Cure has been RESCHEDULED for Friday, APRIL 24, 2009, from 6-9pm at Little America. Please be advised that due to adverse weather conditions in the region, the 2009 Wyoming Art for the Cure event has been rescheduled from April 17 to Friday, April 24, 2009 from 6-9pm at Little America. The
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In June, Cheyenne Depot Plaza will be alive with Celtic music (w/c)

This news comes from Christie DePoorter from the Historic Cheyenne Depot: The sound of bagpipes will echo once again in the historic Cheyenne Depot Plaza in June as the city hosts its fourth annual Celtic Musical Arts Festival. The event June 26-28 will be marked with performances by top Celtic bands from around the region,
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Art never sleeps, although sometimes it gets snowed in

Wyoming High School Art Symposium

“How Are You,” mixed media, by Caitlyn Urhammer, 17, Natrona County High School The 41st annual State High School Art Symposium, the largest of its kind in the United States, is taking place Friday and Saturday, April 17 and 18, at the Casper Events Center. Public viewing is 9 a.m.-5 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m.-noon
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AVA holds reception for artists April 17

UW English Dept. lecturer wins Golden Apple

Wyomingarts doffs its many hats to this teacher of freshman English classes (from a UW release): April Heaney’s (pictured above) colleagues praise her for dedicating so much time to her students. “I can think of no faculty member who cares as deeply about first-year students, who talks to them so thoughtfully about their needs, who
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Free concert: Balinese & Indonesian music

University of Wyoming Honors Program students and Wyoming Gamelan Chandra Wyoga will perform Balinese music and dance Saturday, April 18, at 7:30 p.m. in the Fine Arts Center concert hall in Laramie. Admission is free and open to the public.The concert will feature instrumental ensembles including dramatic scenes from the Balinese-Hindu tradition.Performances will feature master
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