Wyoming Arts Council

Celebrate the Arts in Sherdian

Celebrate the Arts Date: June 10, 2010 – June 11, 2010 Time: 12:00 AM – 12:00 AM Area artists present and produce their wares and talents LIVE in the shops and on the sidewalks of Sheridan’s historic downtown district. Featured artisans present a broad spectrum of artistic medium ranging from wood carving, clay sculpting, oil
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Next Art Design & Dine is on June 10

The next Cheyenne Art Design & Dine event is rapidly approaching. It will be held on Thursday, June 10, 5-8 p.m. Featured restaurant this month is Ruby Juice. If you get 5 signatures on your Art, Design & Dine card you will get $1.00 off any size smoothie. For more info on venues, new artists,
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Next Art Design & Dine is on June 10

The next Cheyenne Art Design & Dine event is rapidly approaching. It will be held on Thursday, June 10, 5-8 p.m. Featured restaurant this month is Ruby Juice. If you get 5 signatures on your Art, Design & Dine card you will get $1.00 off any size smoothie. For more info on venues, new artists,
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Saturday U on June 12 at Wildlife Art Museum

From the Teton County Public Library in Jackson: How do leaders use theatrics to acquire and protect their power? Who plays the Nai? How is Obama doing on the world stage? Three University of Wyoming professors tackle these questions Saturday, June 12, during Saturday U: The Free One-Day College Education in the Cook Auditorium at
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Tom Coryell performs at the NIC June 4

From Casper’s Nicolaysen Art Museum (via Facebook): Tom Coryell will be featured June 4 in the lobby of the Nicolaysen Art Museum & Discovery Center when we hold NIC at Noon. Coryell is a musician who plays guitar and sings “like Willis Allan Ramsey, John Hiatt or Van Morrison,” he says. He has shared the
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One Story offers summer workshop

One Story magazine will be offering an intimate 6-day writers workshop to help emerging writers answer the question our editors get asked regularly: Should I get an Master of Fine Arts (MFA) degree? The workshop will be held in Brooklyn July 25-30. The week will include morning workshops, afternoon craft lectures, and evening panels with
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National Museum of Wildlife Art springs into summer

National Museum of Wildlife Art events, June 16-23 Wednesday, June 16 Art Alive @ 12:05 Bald Eagle: Protecting an American Icon National Museum of Wildlife Art · 12:05PM · Museum galleries · FREE for members or with Museum admission. Join Craighead Beringia South’s Avian Program Project Manager, Bryan Bedrosian, for an inside look into the
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Buffalo Bill conferences in Scotland & Cody

From the BBHC in Cody: In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Buffalo Bill took his Wild West to Europe for two extended tours, 1887 – 1892 and 1902 – 1906, to the enjoyment of audiences eager to see its portrayal of the American West. This June, the first in a series of international
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Buffalo Bill conferences in Scotland & Cody

From the BBHC in Cody: In the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries, Buffalo Bill took his Wild West to Europe for two extended tours, 1887 – 1892 and 1902 – 1906, to the enjoyment of audiences eager to see its portrayal of the American West. This June, the first in a series of international
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Help wanted: Art curator, State Museum

This job announcement was just issued by the Wyoming Division of Human Resources: POSITION: Cultural Resources Specialist — Art Curator CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled FULL HIRING RANGE: $3,564.00 – $4,192.00 per month DEPARTMENT: State Parks & Cultural Resources, Cultural Resources, State MuseumLOCATION: CheyenneCLASS CODE: CRCR08FLSA: Non-exempt GENERAL DESCRIPTION OF WORK: The position is responsible
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