Wyoming Arts Council

Bring your art to the AVA Center April 22-26 for 2010 Community Art Show

Where the Wild(life) Things Are

From a press release: “Show me wild new ways,” a wolfish Max commands in an early draft of Where the Wild Things Are. That early vision of the award-winning 10-line story that came to life as an $80-plus million Hollywood movie is just one of 30 original illustrations celebrating Sendak’s animal artistry on view in
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Preserve Wyoming 2010 conference will be held May 14-15 in Evanston

From a Wyoming SPCR press release: Have you ever seen the rehabilitated historic hotels and motels in Buffalo? Or, wondered how Powell’s historic downtown building got all their facades redone? Have you wondered how your community could use heritage tourism as an income generator? Or, how the windmills of Wyoming relate to the state’s historic
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Western Art & Architecture features Matt Flint

Western Art & Architecture features Matt Flint

Lee Gutkind to serve as judge for WAC creative writing fellowships in creative nonfiction

The judge for this year’s creative writing fellowships is Lee Gutkind. Lee Gutkind is founder and editor of the popular journal, Creative Nonfiction, the first and largest literary journal to publish nonfiction exclusively. He is editor of Best Creative Nonfiction, an annual anthology, and author of Keep It Real: Everything You Need to Know about
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2010 Equality State Book Festival set for Casper College Sept. 24-25

In case you haven’t heard, the Equality State Book Festival will be held Sept. 24-25 at Casper College. Here are some details from the bookfest web site: In 2006, the first statewide book festival, The Equality State Book Festival, was held in Casper. Four years later with two book fests now under our belts, we
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"What’s It All About, Jackson Hole?"

What’s it all about? Art Representing Local (Jackson Hole) Culture Application: Deadline April 30 Ciao Gallery & Lines Mountain Sports Galleries of Jackson Hole invites local artists to showcase their choice pieces in the juried exhibition “What’s it all about”? This exhibition is dedicated to celebrating our local culture. We aspire to exhibit works that
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"What's It All About, Jackson Hole?"

What’s it all about? Art Representing Local (Jackson Hole) Culture Application: Deadline April 30 Ciao Gallery & Lines Mountain Sports Galleries of Jackson Hole invites local artists to showcase their choice pieces in the juried exhibition “What’s it all about”? This exhibition is dedicated to celebrating our local culture. We aspire to exhibit works that
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Tonight’s WAC town meeting is in Gillette

The Wyoming Arts Council is holding a series of “Arts in Economy, Education and Everyday Life Town Meetings” around the state. Sessions have already been held in Cheyenne, Lander and Sheridan. Tonight the meeting’s in Gillette. It’s free and open to the public. Here are the details: Crook, Campbell & Weston Counties/Town MeetingTuesday, April 20,
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