Wyoming Arts Council

MAT Camp featured in Uinta County Herald

The Uinta County Herald featured a great article today about the Music Art and Technology (MAT) Camp set for July 20-24 at David Middle School in Evanston. Read the entire story at http://www.uintacountyherald.com/V2_news_articles.php?heading=0&story_id=2482&page=72For more info about the camp, call Carolee Bowen of Young Musicians at 307-679-2348.

Humanities Matter! conference Oct. 23-24

Humanities Matter!, the Wyoming Humanities Council’s first statewide humanities conference, will take place October 23-24 at Central Wyoming College in Riverton.Humanities Matter! will bring together college and university faculty, museum and library professionals, the general public, teachers, and community organizations to explore how we can work together to enrich the lives of students and community
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Call for entries: "Art inspired by the night"

Call for entries: "Art inspired by the night"

Electronic books a no-go for students

From Nancy Curtis, owner and publisher of High Plains Press: here is a tidbit I thought was interesting: Northwest Missouri State University had a pilot project last year in which some 200 students were given Sony Readers that contained textbooks for four courses. “NMSU students reported the devices limited their ability to highlight, skip sections
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ZAPP your way into art shows with online registry

The inaugural ZAPP Conference for artists and art fair professionals will take place in Denver at the Curtis Hotel from Wednesday, August 19 through Friday, August 21, 2009. The conference agenda includes sessions and lectures on understanding image technology, tools for managing art businesses, strategies for dealing with a sluggish economy, the ZAPP jury process,
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"Damnyankee" author at Teton County Library

Driggs, Idaho, writer Tom Walsh will talk about his new book at the Teton County Public Library on Thursday, Aug. 20, 6-7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. In “Damnyankee: A World War II Story of Tragedy and Survival” (Outskirts Press, ISBN 1432729101), Tom Walsh chronicles how he stumbled into the
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"Damnyankee" author at Teton County Library

Driggs, Idaho, writer Tom Walsh will talk about his new book at the Teton County Public Library on Thursday, Aug. 20, 6-7 p.m. The event is free and open to the public. In “Damnyankee: A World War II Story of Tragedy and Survival” (Outskirts Press, ISBN 1432729101), Tom Walsh chronicles how he stumbled into the
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Another step forward for construction of new UW visual arts building

Hot off the presses from the University of Wyoming: The University of Wyoming Board of Trustees today gave its approval to request legislative authorization for the university to issue bonds for the construction of UW’s top capital facilities priority — a new building to house the university’s growing visual arts program. New art studios are
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Family Day at UW Art Museum July 18

From a UW Art Museum press release: Family Day at the UW Art Museum is this Saturday, July 18, from 10 am – 4 pm. The day begins with an Art Talk by Montana artist Tracy Linder at 10:30 am. Tracy has been an Artist in Residence this week in the Shelton Studio, and has
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