Wyoming Arts Council

UW sculpture grad featured at Telluride's First Thursday Art Walk

One-time Wyomingite and UW grad Julie McNair (shown above installing sculpture “Kudzu Man”) will be featured as part of this evening’s First Thursday Art Walk in Telluride, Colo. Here are details, with some background on Julie: Daniel Tucker Gallery at the Ah Haa School for the Arts, 300 South Townsend, featuring 30 pieces in “Being
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Poem by Pat Frolander wins national contest

Pat Frolander is the 2009 winner of the 17th annual National Senior Poets Laureate Competition sponsored by Amy Kitchener’s Angels Without Wings Foundation headquartered in Monterey, California. Her award-winning poem, “Father, When You call” — selected from over 700 entries — also garnered a cash award. Pat’s chapbook, Grassland Genealogy, was released in July by
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"Scrambled McManus" in Casper Sept. 24

“Scrambled McManus” will be performed Thursday, Sept. 24, 7:30 p.m., in the John F. Welsh Auditorium at Natrona County High School in Casper. From the ARTCORE web site: In response to requests from theatre producers and audiences across the country, humor author Patrick F. McManus and Tim Behrens (the actor who portrays Pat on stage)
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"Scrambled McManus" in Casper Sept. 24

“Scrambled McManus” will be performed Thursday, Sept. 24, 7:30 p.m., in the John F. Welsh Auditorium at Natrona County High School in Casper. From the ARTCORE web site: In response to requests from theatre producers and audiences across the country, humor author Patrick F. McManus and Tim Behrens (the actor who portrays Pat on stage)
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T. Funke writing workshops just down the road

"It’s a character-driven mystery, literary in nature," explains Craig Johnson

News from Craig Johnson’s Post-It e-letter: All right, there are a few awards I figured I’d never get, and I got both of them this year for Another Man’s Moccasins—the Western Writer’s of America Spur Award and the other is the Mountains & Plains Independent Bookseller’s Association Novel of the Year. The MPIBA fall meet
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"It's a character-driven mystery, literary in nature," explains Craig Johnson

News from Craig Johnson’s Post-It e-letter: All right, there are a few awards I figured I’d never get, and I got both of them this year for Another Man’s Moccasins—the Western Writer’s of America Spur Award and the other is the Mountains & Plains Independent Bookseller’s Association Novel of the Year. The MPIBA fall meet
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That youtube place

Here’s another great youtube thing.http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=H17edn_RZoY

Web marketing help available for artists

Attention artists, writers and performers! Wyoming Entrepreneur at the University of Wyoming offers free web counseling for the state’s small businesses. For details, go to http://bit.ly/11x3H4.The Wyoming Arts Council offers Individual Artists Professional Development (IAPD) grants. Since its advent five years ago, IAPD grants have provided funds to Wyoming artist-entrepreneurs to hire web designers, pay
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Dome artist’s work at home on the range

Brian Burkhardt’s glowing dome sets the stage for his fabricated hybrid plants and organisms to be presented at the UW Art Museum. Photo courtesy of Gallery Diet.This info was posted on the UW Art Museum blog: Florida artist Brian Burkhardt will be in Laramie this week to assist with the installation of his solo exhibition,
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