Wyoming Arts Council

New blog post from Page Lambert — of horses and landscape and Wyoming memoirs

Great to hear from one-time Wyomingite Page Lambert about her recent Literature and the Landscape of the Horse Retreat at the Vee Bar Ranch in Albany County. For an overview, and some insight into the new memoir by Cody writer Laura Bell, go to http://pagelambert.blogspot.com/2010/06/claiming-ground-with-snort-and-buck.html

Wyoming’s Mark Spragg: "I write and I rewrite. I’ve found it never gets easy"

Lander’s Susan Gray Gose profiles Cody author and screenwriter Mark Spragg in the latest issue of WyoFile. Here’s the opening paragraphs: Casper— A middle-aged carpenter in Wind City Books peppers Wyoming novelist Mark Spragg with questions about writing. How do you get started? How do you keep at it? How do you get published? Spragg,
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Wyoming's Mark Spragg: "I write and I rewrite. I've found it never gets easy"

Lander’s Susan Gray Gose profiles Cody author and screenwriter Mark Spragg in the latest issue of WyoFile. Here’s the opening paragraphs: Casper— A middle-aged carpenter in Wind City Books peppers Wyoming novelist Mark Spragg with questions about writing. How do you get started? How do you keep at it? How do you get published? Spragg,
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Wyoming Tourism Master Plan survey results now online

From Alan Dubberly, Deputy Director, Wyoming Travel & Tourism: The Wyoming Tourism Master Plan is moving right along. Seven community meetings were conducted in May to gather initial input from stakeholders and all who were interested. We had over 200 attendees between all the meetings and were very pleased with the amount of participation and
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Sign up now for Summer Teaching Institute

“Transforming Learning: 2010 Summer Teaching Institute” Dates: July 26-30, 2010 Location: University of Wyoming, Laramie Credit available: 3 credits of PTSB certification or UW Continuing Education credit Who can benefit from this institute?• K-12 teachers: arts education specialists, general elementary classroom teachers, discipline specific teachers at the secondary level, special education teachers.• Community educators: Boys
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Call for entries: "Public Lands, Personal Visions"

Call for entries from Northwest College in Powell: Northwest College, in collaboration with the Greater Yellowstone Coalition and the Wyoming Outdoor Council, seeks artwork that communicates personal perspectives of, interactions with, and experiences within the public lands of the Bighorn Basin. The intent of “Public Lands, Personal Visions” is to create a dialogue about public
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Call for entries: "Public Lands, Personal Visions"

Call for entries from Northwest College in Powell: Northwest College, in collaboration with the Greater Yellowstone Coalition and the Wyoming Outdoor Council, seeks artwork that communicates personal perspectives of, interactions with, and experiences within the public lands of the Bighorn Basin. The intent of “Public Lands, Personal Visions” is to create a dialogue about public
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LEAD 2010 — accessibility, disability and inclusion in the arts

FMI: http://www.kennedy-center.org/accessibility/education/lead/conference.html

Festival date correction

The Rocky Mountain Regional Fiddle Championship & Festival is listed in the WAC’s Spring 2010 Artscapes newsletter as taking place on August 13-15, but those dates are incorrect. The correct dates are August 20-22, 2010. FMI go to http://www.casperwyofiddleclub.com/ or email Ann Robison at agrobinson@bresnan.net.

Glenrock Pioneer Jubilee June 19

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