Wyoming Arts Council

"Jukeboxes & Jackalopes" — the photographic companion

Writer Julianne Couch and photographer Ronald Hansen dropped by the Arts Council this afternoon to show off their new book. “Jukeboxes & Jackalopes: A Photographic Companion to Wyoming Bars & Backways” was hot off the presses when Julianne and Ron sidled into the WAC. The large format book features Ron’s color photos of the state’s
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"Jukeboxes & Jackalopes" — the photographic companion

Writer Julianne Couch and photographer Ronald Hansen dropped by the Arts Council this afternoon to show off their new book. “Jukeboxes & Jackalopes: A Photographic Companion to Wyoming Bars & Backways” was hot off the presses when Julianne and Ron sidled into the WAC. The large format book features Ron’s color photos of the state’s
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Plein Air Painting workshop at AVA

Nina McConigley to celebrate new story in American Short Fiction with Texas reading

Wyoming fiction writer Nina McConigley (upper right) is one of the writers featured in the new issue of American Short Fiction. Casper’s Nina Swamidoss McConigley (now teaching at UW in Laramie) has a new story out this fall in American Short Fiction magazine. The story is “Curating Your Life.” A reading featuring contributors to this
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UW ReVisioning Conference features performances, workshops and panel discussions

From a UW press release: The University of Wyoming will host the third annual “ReVisioning the (W)hole” conference from Sept. 29-Oct. 1. The conference will include presentations, workshops, performances and panel discussions led by students, faculty and staff. The conference is free and open to the public. “This conference has two primary objectives,” says organizer
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Here’s all you need to know for the 2010 Blanchan/Doubleday writing competition

By Friday, Sept. 11, applications for the 2010 Blanchan/Doubleday writing awards will be in the mail to the 250-some resident writers on the Wyoming Arts Council mailing list. You will also find a printable version at the WAC web site at http://www.wyoarts.org/. Meanwhile, take a look at this abbreviated version of the application. If you
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Here's all you need to know for the 2010 Blanchan/Doubleday writing competition

By Friday, Sept. 11, applications for the 2010 Blanchan/Doubleday writing awards will be in the mail to the 250-some resident writers on the Wyoming Arts Council mailing list. You will also find a printable version at the WAC web site at http://www.wyoarts.org/. Meanwhile, take a look at this abbreviated version of the application. If you
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CAM-PLEX Upcoming Events

1635 Reata Dr. Gillette. WY82718Artists of the Black HillsExhibition date : August 25-September25Artist Reception Sept 11 (6-8pm) Heritage Center South Lobby & Gallery Alpin Hong, Classic PianistSeptember 25, 6:30pm Heritage CenterTicket Office 307-682-8802 www.cam-plex.com

Cheyenne Artists Guild – Upcoming Events

1701 Morrie Avenue, Cheyenne, WY82001307-632-2263 Sept 1-30 : National Juried Art ShowSept 14 : 1-4pm, National Show reception, talk by National Show Judge & monthly meetingSept 17: 11:30am Lunch Bunch, Egg & ISept 25 : Turn-in for “PAINT YOUR PALETTE” for October Fund Raiser www.cheyenneartistsguild.org

AVA Community Art Center, Fall Class & Event September Schedule

509 West Second Street, Gillette, WY307-682-9133 Grade School Kids Club Fall Session (Sept 4,17,24)Parent and Child Class (Sept 14,21,28)Yupo for Kids (Sept 14,21)Pottery in the Morning with John Werbelow (Sept 15,16,22,23,29,30)Kids Clay Class with Kate Payne (Sept 17,24 Oct 1)Little Tikes (Sept 18,25)Plein Air with Nancy Brown (Sept 19)Vase Class (Sept 22)September Luncheon with Stain
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