Wyoming Arts Council

WAC’s spring 2010 newsletter

The WAC’s spring issue of Artscapes is about to be printed and mailed, but if you’d like a preview, go to https://wyoarts.state.wy.us/pdf/WAC_newsletter_spring_2010.pdf, where you can read about the mural project in Laramie, the 2010 visual arts fellowship winners, Michael Kaiser, president of the JFK Center for the Performing Arts, upcoming visit to Casper in July,
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WAC's spring 2010 newsletter

The WAC’s spring issue of Artscapes is about to be printed and mailed, but if you’d like a preview, go to https://wyoarts.state.wy.us/pdf/WAC_newsletter_spring_2010.pdf, where you can read about the mural project in Laramie, the 2010 visual arts fellowship winners, Michael Kaiser, president of the JFK Center for the Performing Arts, upcoming visit to Casper in July,
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Next show for Wind River Music Showcase is June 26 in Lander

From the Wyoming Public TV web site: Music is integral to every culture, and with its independent spirit and unique history, Wyoming has its own unique flavor of talented musicians in many genres. Please join us for this four part music series featuring Wyoming musicians performing live at the Museum of the American West in
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Cheyenne Old-Fashioned Melodrama volunteers invited to June 14 training session

The Cheyenne Little Theatre Players is holding an informational and training session for those interested in volunteering for the Old-Fashioned Summer Melodrama at the Atlas Theatre. The session will be held at 5:30 p.m. on Monday, June 14, at the Historic Atlas Theatre in downtown Cheyenne. You’re invited whether you’ve already volunteered or have a
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Call for proposals: Wyoming Writers, Inc.

Four new Wyoming Writers, Inc., board members were elected at last week’s 36th annual conference in Cody. They are Cindy Bower, Casper; Carol Deering, Riverton; Carol Eckhardt, Chugwater; and John D. Nesbitt, Torrington. One of the new board’s immediate tasks is to find people to do various tasks, such as bookkeeping, webmastering, and newsletter editing.
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WESTAF will host call-in grant sessions

From a press release: The Western States Arts Federation (WESTAF), is now receiving applications for funding for the second year of its Visual Arts Touring (VAT) program. The application deadline for this second round of grants is August 1, 2010. The VAT program is a competitive grant program that awards up to $50,000 to visual
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Postmark deadline for WAC creative writing fellowships is Friday, June 18

It’s difficult to believe, but the postmark deadline for the 2011 creative writing fellowships is one week from today on Friday, June 18.The competition, open to residents of Wyoming 18 or older, welcomes applications in the creative nonfiction genre. Manuscripts will be judged by Lee Gutkind, author of 15 books and founder of Creative Nonfiction
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Connie Norman to conduct pottery workshop June 19-20 at Lander Art Center

Connie Norman is a professionally trained instructor and ceramic artist who has taught numerous workshops throughout the West. She has been featured in Ceramics Monthly and Great Lakes magazines, and was recently commissioned to create art for the Denver International Airport. Her work will also be featured in the upcoming Lark publication, 500 Vases. Ms.
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UW printmakers exhibit at Gallery 211

From a UW press release: “Origins,” an exhibition by University of Wyoming printmakers, will be displayed through July 9 in downtown Laramie’s Gallery 211. A reception is scheduled Thursday, June 17, from 6-8 p.m. Located at 211 S. 1st St., Gallery 211 is open from noon-4 p.m. Thursdays and Fridays and from 2-6 p.m. Saturdays.
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Call for entries: "Motorcycle & Tattoo Culture"

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