Wyoming Arts Council

Oct. 30 is postmark deadline for Blanchan/Doubleday writing competition

Friday, Oct. 30, is the postmark deadline for the Frank Nelson Doubleday and Neltje Blanchan memorial writing awards. The Neltje Blanchan Award, $1,000, is given for the best poetry, fiction, creative nonfiction, or script which is informed by a relationship with the natural world. The Frank Nelson Doubleday Award, $1,000, is given for the best
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Music Festival announces housing fund gift

Press release from Amanda Flosbach at 307-732-9957 or amanda@gtmf.org: The Grand Teton Music Festival announced today that it is the beneficiary of pledges totaling $3.5 million for a Housing Fund. In making the announcement, Executive Director Tracy Jacobson said the new Housing Fund will enable the Festival to acquire ownership interests in housing for its
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Morning poetry

BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE: It’s likely that if you found the original handwritten manuscript of T. S. Eliot’s groundbreaking poem, The Waste Land, you wouldn’t be able to trade it for a candy bar at the Quick Shop on your corner. Here’s a poem by David Lee Garrison of Ohio about how unsuccessfully
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Chris Amend: "A Study of Basic Form in Oils"

Chris is a WAC roster artist. Bring him to your community through an Arts Across Wyoming grant. Go to https://wyoarts.state.wy.us/Apps/Roster/

Chris Amend: "A Study of Basic Form in Oils"

Chris is a WAC roster artist. Bring him to your community through an Arts Across Wyoming grant. Go to https://wyoarts.state.wy.us/Apps/Roster/

Congratulations to our fellow writers in Utah

This announcement comes from Guy Lebeda at the Utah Arts Council:The Utah Book Festival presents the Third Annual Utah Literary Awards Ceremony, honoring winners of the annual Utah Book Award (Utah Center for the Book), the Annual Original Writing Competition (Utah Arts Council), the May Swenson Poetry Award (Utah State University Press), and the Agha
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NEA Chairman Landesman announces national tour of arts communities

Press release from the National Endowment for the Arts, the WAC’s partner in Washington, D.C.: Brooklyn, NY – National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Rocco Landesman delivered a keynote address today to close the 2009 national Grantmakers in the Arts conference: “Navigating the Art of Change.” In his remarks, Chairman Landesman laid out the guiding
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"Wyoming Working Girls" by Marette Nagel at Washakie Museum

Lecture/Book SigningThursday, October 22, 20097 p.m. FREE TO THE PUBLIC At the Washakie Museum, 1115 Obie Sue Avenue, WorlandIntroducing “Wyoming Working Girls: A Tribute to the Extraordinary Women of Wyoming” “Wyoming Working Girls” is a 160-page black and white pictorial book. These women are hardworking, independent, courageous, full of true grit, and dedicated to what
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"Wyoming Working Girls" by Marette Nagel at Washakie Museum

Lecture/Book SigningThursday, October 22, 20097 p.m. FREE TO THE PUBLIC At the Washakie Museum, 1115 Obie Sue Avenue, WorlandIntroducing “Wyoming Working Girls: A Tribute to the Extraordinary Women of Wyoming” “Wyoming Working Girls” is a 160-page black and white pictorial book. These women are hardworking, independent, courageous, full of true grit, and dedicated to what
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Calling all chefs! – Cheyenne Little Theatre Players Cookbook

Calling all chefs! Time to showcase your favorite casserole or Grandma’s blue ribbon pie! Submit your favorite recipes for inclusion in CLTP’s first annual “Class Act Cookbook”! Send recipes through the CLTP website or email to rbernhard@cheyennelittletheatre.org! Share with us your great aunt’s stew or your Uncle’s jerky, and they’ll see their name in print
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