Wyoming Arts Council

Sustaining today's artists

Alliance of Artists Communities 19th annual conference, “Sustaining Today’s Artists,” will be held November 11-14 in New Orleans.Join arts leaders, artists, funders, policy-makers, and others, from around the country and across the globe, in shaping the way today’s artists are supported and exploring how we — as artist-centered organizations — can sustain our organizations and
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Meet the artists at Douglas Invitational

Accomplished artists from three states will be featured during the 18th Annual Douglas Invitational Art Show and Sale at the Wyoming Pioneer Museum, August 7-9.The show begins Aug. 7 with a “Meet the Artists ” opening night reception 7 to 11 p.m. The evening features a silent auction, hors d’oeuvres and cocktails. Tickets for the
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International exhibit call for entries

TransCultural Exchange is now accepting proposals for its Spring 2011 exhibition series:Here, There and Everywhere: The Art of CollaborationAlert to the internet’s dissolving of borders and the explosion of innovation through collaboration, TransCultural Exchange invites visual artists working in all disciplines to reach out to individuals around the world to create works for a second
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Last chance for Thomas Moran

Photo Caption: Thomas Moran (English/American, 1837-1926), Castle Geyser, 1874, chromolithograph, 11-9/16 x 16-3/16 inches, gift of Fritiof Fryxell in memory of John D. Fryxell, University of Wyoming Art Museum Collection, 2009.3.18 The University of Wyoming Art Museum is featuring the artist Thomas Moran with two exhibitions of his work this summer, Thomas Moran in Wyoming
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Make some tiles

The Lander Art Center will have an Outdoor Tile Project Class on the weekend of August 14-16. This class will provide students with the basic techniques for creating a weather-resistant garden bench. The Class will create a bench cooperatively and each participant will leave with several tiles and (hopefully) the information to come back in
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Wyoming Film Festival is back

The Wyoming Film Festival is a unique venue for the community to come together as filmmakers, film lovers, volunteers, corporations, and other organizations from across the state and beyond to celebrate the valuable contribution that film makes to our cultural and economic lives. Our plan is to present film and video productions that interpret the
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R.W. Hampton headliner at 2009 Roundup

From the Pinedale Cowboy Roundup web site: The entertainment has been set for the fourth annual Pinedale Cowboy Roundup (PCR) and you will want to make plans early to attend this year. In keeping with the tradition of bringing in only the worlds best cowboy performers, the PCR is proud to announce the return of
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The greening of Wheatland Aug. 20-22

From a press release: Wheatland is gearing up for its first-ever Green Festival to be held Aug. 20-22. The Green Festival will feature guest speakers from various businesses who will discuss wind energy, clean coal and much more. In addition to the speakers, the festival will feature hands-on exhibits designed to educate all ages about
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The High Strung in concert Aug. 27

On Thursday, August 27, 7:30-9:30 p.m., the Teton County Public Library in Jackson will present its “End of Summer Concert” with the Detroit garage band The High Strung, which was an opening band at the Jackson Hole Music Experience “Rock ‘n Roll Camp.” All ages show. Cost: Free. Location: Library’s Backyard (or in bad weather,
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