Wyoming Arts Council

Margaret Coel presents "Arapahos, the Spirituality of a Plains Indian Tribe"

Colorado author Margaret Coel will be conducting a program entitled “Arapahos, the Spirituality of a Plains Indian Tribe,” July 11-17, at Ring Lake Ranch near Dubois. Get registration information at http://www.ringlake.org/. Margaret’s best-selling mysteries are set in Wyoming’s Wind River Reservation. Her most recent novel, The Silent Spirit, will be published in September.

Margaret Coel presents "Arapahos, the Spirituality of a Plains Indian Tribe"

Colorado author Margaret Coel will be conducting a program entitled “Arapahos, the Spirituality of a Plains Indian Tribe,” July 11-17, at Ring Lake Ranch near Dubois. Get registration information at http://www.ringlake.org/. Margaret’s best-selling mysteries are set in Wyoming’s Wind River Reservation. Her most recent novel, The Silent Spirit, will be published in September.

Zak Pullen teaches watercolor workshop for teens June 22 in Casper

Zak Pullen’s illustration of Teddy Roosevelt The Natrona County Public Library in Casper presents “Watercolors with Zak Pullen” on Tuesday, June 22, 2–4 p.m., in nhe library’s Crawford Room. For teens entering grades 7-12. Description: Watercolor your imagination. Afterward, Zak will give us a tour of The Corridor Gallery, 120 E 2nd St. Sign up
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Sound Check Music Festival in Pinedale 6/26

From the Pinedale Fine Arts Council: The Pinedale Fine Arts Council presents the third annual Sound Check Music Festival on Saturday, June 26 beginning at 5 p.m. in the American Legion Park in Pinedale. The concert is free (donations greatly appreciated) and will feature The Lonesome Heroes from Austin, TX as headliners. Rounding out the
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Victoria Bennett Beyer’s "Wyoming" collection photos at Coal Creek Coffee

Wheatland photographer Victoria Bennett Beyer has several photographs from her “Wyoming” collection on display at Coal Creek Coffee (the downtown location) in Laramie for the month of June. Photos include landscapes and livestock portraits taken through the state.

Victoria Bennett Beyer's "Wyoming" collection photos at Coal Creek Coffee

Wheatland photographer Victoria Bennett Beyer has several photographs from her “Wyoming” collection on display at Coal Creek Coffee (the downtown location) in Laramie for the month of June. Photos include landscapes and livestock portraits taken through the state.

Fellowship deadline is fast approaching

Tick, tock, tick, tock… The clock is counting down. Friday, June 18, is the postmark deadline for the 2011 Wyoming Arts Council creative writing fellowships in creative nonfiction. If you’re in Cheyenne or just visiting, you may drop off your application at the WAC offices, 2320 Capitol Avenue (right across the street from the Capitol
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Wyoming musicians invited to participate in Daniel Pearl World Music Days

From the Daniel Pearl Foundation: Now in its 9th year, Daniel Pearl World Music Days, is a month-long global network of concerts each October, promoting peace and cross cultural understanding through the universal language of music. Coinciding with Danny’s October 10 birthday, this global symphony welcomes the participation of all music events from every genre.
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"The family Wyeth" exhibit coming to Jackson

A seminal exhibition of the work of Andrew Wyeth, his father N.C. Wyeth, and his son James Wyeth, opens in Jackson, Wyoming, on August 21, 2010. Titled “An American Dynasty: Three Generations of Wyeth,” the exhibition is a long-overdue survey of the legendary American artistic family and includes some 50 temperas, dry brushes and watercolors.
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"The family Wyeth" exhibit coming to Jackson

A seminal exhibition of the work of Andrew Wyeth, his father N.C. Wyeth, and his son James Wyeth, opens in Jackson, Wyoming, on August 21, 2010. Titled “An American Dynasty: Three Generations of Wyeth,” the exhibition is a long-overdue survey of the legendary American artistic family and includes some 50 temperas, dry brushes and watercolors.
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