Wyoming Arts Council

Call for proposals — public art project for Jackson’s Home Ranch Building

The Town of Jackson announces a call to artists for the Home Ranch Building. Artists living in Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Colorado and Idaho are eligible to apply. The public art project budget for the Home Ranch Building is $27,000. The deadline to submit application materials is July 23. For details in the call to artists,
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Call for proposals — public art project for Jackson's Home Ranch Building

The Town of Jackson announces a call to artists for the Home Ranch Building. Artists living in Wyoming, Montana, Utah, Colorado and Idaho are eligible to apply. The public art project budget for the Home Ranch Building is $27,000. The deadline to submit application materials is July 23. For details in the call to artists,
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The Blue Routes on stage at Lucinda’s Gallery

The Blue Routes perform this summer on Wednesday, 5:30-7:30 p.m., at Lucinda’s Artisan Gallery, 160 North Main Street, Sheridan. Remaining dates are June 23rd & 30th; July 14th & 21st; August 4th, 11th & 18th. From The Blue Routes member Micah Wyatt: Lucinda’s Artisan Gallery in downtown Sheridan has gracefully agreed to play adopted home
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The Blue Routes on stage at Lucinda's Gallery

The Blue Routes perform this summer on Wednesday, 5:30-7:30 p.m., at Lucinda’s Artisan Gallery, 160 North Main Street, Sheridan. Remaining dates are June 23rd & 30th; July 14th & 21st; August 4th, 11th & 18th. From The Blue Routes member Micah Wyatt: Lucinda’s Artisan Gallery in downtown Sheridan has gracefully agreed to play adopted home
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Susan Gibson on stage in Centennial, Saratoga

Americana/folk musician Susan Gibson performs at 9 p.m. tonight (June 18) at the Friendly Store in Centennial and at “Music on the River” on Saturday, June 19, at 110 S.E. River St., Saratoga. Listen to some of Susan’s songs at http://www.myspace.com/susangibson

TAAC meets Aug. 12-14 in Chicago

The Association of American Cultures (TAAC) hosts Open Dialogue XII Aug. 12-14 in Chicago. Here are details from the TAAC web site: A symposium of local and national leaders discussing policies and programs which individuals, organizations, foundations, and policy makers are encouraged to strategize and organize around in order to further advance cultural democracy and
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Kim Barnes & Robert Wrigley at Equality State Book Festival Sept. 24-25

Idaho writing couple Kim Barnes and Robert Wrigley are two of the presenters who will be featured at the Equality State Book Festival Sept. 24-25 at Casper College. Here’s info from the bookfest web site: Kim Barnes is the author of two memoirs and two novels, most recently A Country Called Home, which received the
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Kim Barnes & Robert Wrigley at Equality State Book Festival Sept. 24-25

Idaho writing couple Kim Barnes and Robert Wrigley are two of the presenters who will be featured at the Equality State Book Festival Sept. 24-25 at Casper College. Here’s info from the bookfest web site: Kim Barnes is the author of two memoirs and two novels, most recently A Country Called Home, which received the
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Laramie Municipal Band launches season 6/23

The Laramie Municipal Band’s eight-concert season begins at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday, June 23, at the Washington Park bandshell. The band, directed by Bob Belser, University of Wyoming director of bands, will perform at 7:30 p.m. Wednesdays through July 28 and also the morning of Sunday, July 4, at Laramie’s Freedom Has a Birthday celebration. The
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International traditions and local food highlight weekend in Jackson Hole

We posted this way back in April and thought it was worth repeating: The 2010 Vista 360 Jackson Hole Fire Festival: Connecting Mountain People will take place from Friday, June 18 through Sunday, June 20, 2010, in the Town Square and other downtown venues in Jackson. Friday night will be the Fire Festival, a “cultural
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