Wyoming Arts Council

New anthology features nine Wyoming poets

Nine Wyoming poets are featured in New Poets of the American West, an anthology of poets from eleven Western states. They are: Constance Brewer, GillettePatricia Frolander, SundanceH.L. Hix, LaramieBo Moore, Green RiverKate Northrop, LaramieTom Rea, CasperDavid Romtvedt, BuffaloRobert Roripaugh, LaramieDawn Senior-Trask, Saratoga They join poets from ten other Western states. They include Alberto Rios and Leslie Marmon Silko from Arizona, Dana
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Daniel Pink to speak in Cheyenne in September

Daniel H. Pink is the author of four provocative books about the changing world of work — including the New York Times bestsellers, A Whole New Mind and Drive, which together have been translated into 28 languages. He lives in Washington, DC, with his wife and their three children. His latest is Drive: The Surprising
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Gene Gagliano at State Museum store to sign his new book

Gene came by the arts council office while he was in Cheyenne this week during a break between book signings at the State Museum. He toured the building and then went to lunch. The board book, “Little Wyoming/Lots of Fun with Rhyming Riddles” is so new that the pages were still sticking together, but Gene
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Kaycee’s Justin Beasley performs July 24 in Buffalo

An invitation from Vikki Chenette at the Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council: On Saturday, July 24, 7-8:30 p.m. in Buiffalo’s Crazy Woman Square, you are invited to a free performance by Wyoming recording artist Justin Beasley, featuring songs from his recently released third CD, ”Cowpoke”. “These are songs that my Dad played countless times while
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Kaycee's Justin Beasley performs July 24 in Buffalo

An invitation from Vikki Chenette at the Johnson County Arts and Humanities Council: On Saturday, July 24, 7-8:30 p.m. in Buiffalo’s Crazy Woman Square, you are invited to a free performance by Wyoming recording artist Justin Beasley, featuring songs from his recently released third CD, ”Cowpoke”. “These are songs that my Dad played countless times while
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Dan Hayward photo exhibit opens in Rawlins July 13

“Birdhead Rock: Vedauwoo” by Dan Hayward The Rawlins Main Street Gallery, 4th and Cedar in downtown Rawlins, features Laramie photographer Dan Hayward July 13-Aug. 24. Reception will be held on Tuesday, July 13, 5-8 p.m., in conjunction with “Markets, Movies and More.” FMI: 307-324-8874. Visit Dan Hayward’s web site at http://www.haywardphoto.com/ Dan is on the WAC’s artist
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Daily Yonder: "Wyoming Writers Circle the Wagons"

Check out this article by Julianne Couch of Laramie: Wyoming Writers Circle the Wagons in the Daily Yonder Julianne is on the Wyoming Arts Council’s artist roster. Bring her to your community with an Arts Across Wyoming grant. More info at http://www.wyomingartscouncil.org/

Daily Yonder: "Wyoming Writers Circle the Wagons"

Check out this article by Julianne Couch of Laramie: Wyoming Writers Circle the Wagons in the Daily Yonder Julianne is on the Wyoming Arts Council’s artist roster. Bring her to your community with an Arts Across Wyoming grant. More info at http://www.wyomingartscouncil.org/

Open house at Fossil Butte National Monument

National Parks Service photo of Finney Specimen Tour the six new exhibits at Fossil Butte National Monument featuring more than 200 new fossils such as mammals, birds, turtles, insects, flowers, seeds and leaves and trace fossils of swimming fish. See fossil preparation demonstrations, too. Other exhibits will also be on display and include geology and
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Oglala Lakota artist Roger Broer returns to the BBHC

The BBHC announces: Award-winning Oglala Lakota artist Roger Broer has exhibited in more than 35 one-man shows and over a hundred group shows. His work is featured in many national and international collections, including the Department of Interior, Washington, DC, and Pierre Cardin, Paris, France. He is “artist-in-residence” at the Plains Indian Museum of the
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