Wyoming Arts Council

Three new visual WAC roster artists

Justin Hayward – drawing and paintingCasperA full-time professor of drawing and painting at Casper College, Justin Hayward studied illustration at Brigham Young University, and earned an M.F.A. in painting from the New York Academy of Art. He studied at Florence Academy of Art in Italy, the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York, and in
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"Nuno Felting Deluxe" in Laramie May 9-10

NUNO FELTING DELUXEMAY 9-10, 2010Albanay County Fairgounds, Laramie Jill Gully, is an experienced and skilled instructor in the felting arts. Students will leave her practical, hands-on workshop with completed projects and a wealth of creative ideas. Two-day Workshop on Nuno Felting. Nuno felting merges silk with fine wool fiber to create one-of-a-kind works of art
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"Nuno Felting Deluxe" in Laramie May 9-10

NUNO FELTING DELUXEMAY 9-10, 2010Albanay County Fairgounds, Laramie Jill Gully, is an experienced and skilled instructor in the felting arts. Students will leave her practical, hands-on workshop with completed projects and a wealth of creative ideas. Two-day Workshop on Nuno Felting. Nuno felting merges silk with fine wool fiber to create one-of-a-kind works of art
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CIFF will fete Cheyenne native Daniel Junge

From an April 8 press release: The Cheyenne International Film Festival (CIFF) is pleased to announce the films selected to screen at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne May 21–23. The program is subject to change and the latest edition will be what is on the website. Opening night CIFF honors Academy Award-nominated filmmaker
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Still time to sign up for 20:20 in Casper

During the past few days, Wyomingarts talked to several artists (Georgia Rowswell, Sue Sommers, Meghan Cochrane) who are presenting their work at the 20:20 presentation on Friday, April 23, 8-10 p.m., at the Hilton Garden Inn in Casper. Still time to sign up! Today’s initial deadline has been extended. For more info — and to
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Locavores gather in Laramie April 11

Local Food Gathering will be held in Laramie on Sunday, April 11, 12:30-5 p.m. in the UW Classroom Building, Fremont and 9th Street. “Fresh,” the film, to be shown at 7 p.m., in Classroom 129. Free admission. Join us for the second annual Laramie Local Foods Gathering. Our keynote address will be given by Mike
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Poet was once an interpretive guide in Wyoming’s Big Horn Mountains

In celebration of National Poetry Month — this comes from New West: Poet William Notter grew up on the plains of northeastern Colorado, and now lives in Richmond, Virginia. He’s lived in a variety of places, teaching writing at the University of Nevada, Reno, and Grand Valley State University in Michigan. Notter spent three summers
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Poet was once an interpretive guide in Wyoming's Big Horn Mountains

In celebration of National Poetry Month — this comes from New West: Poet William Notter grew up on the plains of northeastern Colorado, and now lives in Richmond, Virginia. He’s lived in a variety of places, teaching writing at the University of Nevada, Reno, and Grand Valley State University in Michigan. Notter spent three summers
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Little Tikes art classes at AVA Center

WAC will hold visual arts reception and artists’ roundtable April 24 in Casper

From “Convenience Food Engineering,” an exhibition of Susan Johnson’s work at the Tweed Museum (click to enlarge images). Susan is serving as one of the judges for the 2010 Wyoming Arts Council visual arts fellowships and will participate in an artists’ roundtable April 24 in Casper. On Saturday, April 24, 5:30-8 p.m., the Wyoming Arts
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