Wyoming Arts Council

29th annual Plains Indian Museum Powwow set for June 19-20 in Cody

News from the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody: Vibrant Plains Indian cultural traditions—past and present—enliven the Buffalo Bill Historical Center this summer, with the 29th Annual Plains Indian Museum Powwow in June, two extraordinary special exhibitions, and the tenth anniversary of the reinstallation of the Plains Indian Museum, which reopened Powwow weekend in 2000
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Jump-starting public art in Teton County

ArtSpot v2.0 while still in the studio. Bland jump-starting the winch to lower ArtSpot v2.0.Bland and lowered contraption, ready for artwork to be installed.Under rainy June skies, Jackson artist Bland Hoke today demonstrated ArtSpot v2.0, his unique outdoor art display. Using an old ski lift pylon, Bland configured a unique way to display work by
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WAC town meeting tonight in Jackson

Residents of northwest Wyoming: Brave the rain and the flash flood watch to venture out for conversations with Wyoming Arts Council staffers Rita Basom, Camellia El-Antably and Mike Shay, and board chair Bruce Richardson. Town meeting from 5:30-7:30 p.m. at the Teton County Public Library.The WAC is drafting its new five-year plan and needs your
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Bison with frizzy ‘do

Very cool bison, from an artist who never saw one (Carter Museum via National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson).

Bison with frizzy 'do

Very cool bison, from an artist who never saw one (Carter Museum via National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson).

Sam Western’s book of poetry a finalist for High Plains Book Awards

Samuel Western’s book, A Random Census of Souls: Prose Poems (Daniel & Daniel Publishers), is one of three finalists in the poetry category for the High Plains Book Awards. Sam lives in Sheridan and has won a creative writing fellowship from the Wyoming Arts Council. Info about the book: Prose poems built of strong narratives,
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Sam Western's book of poetry a finalist for High Plains Book Awards

Samuel Western’s book, A Random Census of Souls: Prose Poems (Daniel & Daniel Publishers), is one of three finalists in the poetry category for the High Plains Book Awards. Sam lives in Sheridan and has won a creative writing fellowship from the Wyoming Arts Council. Info about the book: Prose poems built of strong narratives,
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Win Ratz to conduct public enameling demo June 7 at Cheyenne Artists’ Guild

From Cheyenne artist (and Wyoming Arts Council roster artist) Win Ratz: “Win Ratz is presenting an enameling on metal workshop on June 12 and 13 at the Cheyenne Artists’ Guild on Morrie Avenue. The workshop is filled, with a wait list. She will also give a demo at the Guild on Monday evening, June 7
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Win Ratz to conduct public enameling demo June 7 at Cheyenne Artists' Guild

From Cheyenne artist (and Wyoming Arts Council roster artist) Win Ratz: “Win Ratz is presenting an enameling on metal workshop on June 12 and 13 at the Cheyenne Artists’ Guild on Morrie Avenue. The workshop is filled, with a wait list. She will also give a demo at the Guild on Monday evening, June 7
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Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund boards meets June 11-12 at new Washakie Museum

From a SPCR press release: The Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund board will meet in Worland at the new Washakie Museum, 2200 Big Horn Avenue, on Friday, June 11 and 12 to review the newest grant applications. This year the WCTF received 53 applications requesting more than $1.3 million in grant support. The WCTF will be
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