Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: Veterans Creative Arts Festival

The Cheyenne Veterans Affairs Medical Center is holding an open house on Saturday, Jan. 10, 9-11 a.m., to promote its ninth annual Veterans Creative Arts Festival. It will be held in the main lobby of V.A. Medical Center on Pershing Ave. just off Converse in Cheyenne.At the open house, veterans who are visual and performing
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"Writing & Riding" this summer with Page

Page Lambert, formerly of Sundance, Wyo., has planned some great writing retreats for 2009. She also has a revamped web site, where you can find all sorts of info like this about the “Writing & the Landscape of the Horse” retreat this summer at the Vee Bar Ranch near Laramie:Crazy about Writing? Wild about Horses?
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"Writing & Riding" this summer with Page

Page Lambert, formerly of Sundance, Wyo., has planned some great writing retreats for 2009. She also has a revamped web site, where you can find all sorts of info like this about the “Writing & the Landscape of the Horse” retreat this summer at the Vee Bar Ranch near Laramie:Crazy about Writing? Wild about Horses?
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Call for entries: Green Book Festival

From a press release: The 2009 Green Book Festival has issued a call for entries to its annual competition honoring books that contribute to greater understanding, respect and positive action on the changing worldwide environment. The 2009 Green Book Festival will consider published, self-published and independent publisher works in the following categories: non-fiction, fiction, children’s
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"What’s cookin’" at Gillette’s Rockpile Museum

Beginning Jan. 27, the Rockpile Museum in Gillette is putting on a program with the Campbell County Historical Society entitled “What’s Cookin’.” A new exhibit of kitchen gadgets from the museum’s collection will be on display as well as “Wyoming Women: Life Within the Family,” a traveling photographic exhibit from the University of Wyoming’s American
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"What's cookin'" at Gillette's Rockpile Museum

Beginning Jan. 27, the Rockpile Museum in Gillette is putting on a program with the Campbell County Historical Society entitled “What’s Cookin’.” A new exhibit of kitchen gadgets from the museum’s collection will be on display as well as “Wyoming Women: Life Within the Family,” a traveling photographic exhibit from the University of Wyoming’s American
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Julianne Couch seeks "energy artists" for book

Wyomingarts received this New Year’s request from Laramie writer Julianne Couch: I’m looking for visual artists in Wyoming who might be working with wind farms or other forms of energy production in their art. “Other forms” could mean anything from coal mines to nuke plants. Know of anyone? I’d like to talk to some folks
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Julianne Couch seeks "energy artists" for book

Wyomingarts received this New Year’s request from Laramie writer Julianne Couch: I’m looking for visual artists in Wyoming who might be working with wind farms or other forms of energy production in their art. “Other forms” could mean anything from coal mines to nuke plants. Know of anyone? I’d like to talk to some folks
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Musser Fund grants available to Wyoming arts organizations

This comes via the blog http://fundsnet.blogspot.com: The Laura Jane Musser Fund hopes to encourage and excite a wider population to appreciate, learn, and participate in the arts. In pursuit of this goal, the Musser Fund hopes to assist nonprofit arts organizations to develop, implement or sustain exceptional artistic opportunities for adults and children in the
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Call for entries: Ciao Gallery

Deadline is Jan. 10 for the juried exhibition, “In the Essence of Classic Modernism,” at the Ciao Gallery in Wilson. Work must follow the theme of “Classic Modernism.” This includes any works inspired by any of the following genres: Fauvism, Cubism, Futurism, Dada, Art Deco, Bauhaus, Surrealism, And any other movement from the early 20th
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