Wyoming Arts Council

Rodney Atkins coming to UW

Platinum-selling artist and Academy of Country Music Top New Male Vocalist of the Year Rodney Atkins will perform at the University of Wyoming Arts and Sciences auditorium Thursday, April 15, at 8 p.m. Due to the nature of this concert, tickets will not be released to the general public. UW students will be required to
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Call for entries: Minneapolis Photo Center

Open Call for Entries for All Photographers; Black & White Photography Submissions to this juried exhibition are limited only by your imagination and your photographic eye. Portraits, fashion, editorial, landscapes, documentary, conceptual – all of these genres, and others not named, are open for consideration. Prints should take whatever form they need to in order
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Jackson Hole Wildife Film Festival kicks off International Earth Week

Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival will be held on Sunday, April 18, noon-7 p.m., in the Center Theater at the Center for the Arts, 265 S. Cache St., Jackson. Free and open to the public. The Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival kicks off Jackson Hole’s local celebration of International Earth Week with a day-long EarthFilm
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Marcia Hensley on the road to promote her book about women homesteaders

Nancy Curtis of High Plains Press in Glendo sends this announcement about one of her authors: Marcia Hensley, author of STAKING HER CLAIM: WOMEN HOMESTEADING THE WEST, will be giving presentations and signing books at the Torrington Library on Monday, March 29 at 7 p.m.; at the Lusk Library Brown Bag Lunch on Tuesday, March
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Award-winning filmmaker creating short film for Heart Mountain Interpretive Center

The Heart Mountain Internment Camp between Cody and Powell will be the among the first of these World War II sites to have its own interpretive center. Construction on the exterior is nearing completion. Work during the next year will focus on the interior. The Heart Mountain Foundation has received a series of grants ever
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John D. Nesbitt of Torrington wins two Spur Awards from WWA

This news from Western Writers of America came out last week but it’s worth repeating because writers from Wyoming fared so well. Here’s the WWA press release: Western Writers of America announced the winners and finalists of its annual literary contest Saturday, March 20, during the National Festival of the West in Scottsdale, Ariz. John
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WY’s Greenhorse and CO’s Kosmos in concert

WY's Greenhorse and CO's Kosmos in concert

Call for proposals: Gallery 211 in Laramie

Gallery 211, located in downtown Laramie at 211 S. 1st Street, is accepting exhibition proposals for summer 2010. Exhibitions will take place from July 15 – August 15. Gallery 211 is an exhibition space used for display of artwork by local, national, and international artists at all stages in their careers. Gallery 211’s primary mission
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Artists invited to awards reception, artists’ roundtable and 20:20 presentation April 23-24 in Casper

Artists from around the state are encouraged to attend an awards reception for the Wyoming Arts Council’s 2010 visual arts fellowship winners. The event will be held on Saturday, April 24, 5:30-8 p.m., at the Hilton Garden Inn, 1150 N. Poplar St., Casper. This free event features heavy hors d’oeuvres and a cash bar. Following
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