Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: Good Food Month poster contest

Calling all artists and designers! The Good Food Month poster competition is a great opportunity to put your work into the public and show the world your unique view of food. We will be choose three posters—one for each of three themed weeks during Good Food Month. Submit art for Coffee + Chocolate week, Charcuterie
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That Daniel Pink is one animated guy

Take a look at this animated version of a talk by Daniel Pink. A neat overview of the material he will cover when he speaks in Cheyenne Sept. 23-24. To reserve a ticket for this free event, call the Wyoming Arts Council at 307-777-7742.

Entrepreneur workshop not just for artists

“Entrepreneur Workshop” will be held on Saturday, Aug. 28, 9 a.m.-noon, at the Laramie Civic Center, 710 East Garfield, Suite 271, Laramie. This an entry-level workshop created for all business people (not just artists), to see if entrepreneurship really fits with your lifestyle. You will get a good sense of what it “really” takes to run
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Wyoming entrepreneurs invited to tell their stories on Christmas ornaments

From Wyoming Entrepreneur: Wyoming is honored to provide the 2010 Capitol Christmas tree for the U.S. Capitol! Wyoming Entrepreneur is sponsoring a “companion tree” that will accompany the official tree to Washington D.C. You are invited to submit an ornament that tells your story and take part in a social media training and networking event
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PBS Arts new web site

PBS Arts is a new web site recently launched by PBS. It features work in dance, theater, visual arts, film and music. You can also post your work on the site: PBS invites you to contribute your works of art to the online Arts experience. Explore the exhibitions and see where your work fits in.
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"Eay, Pray, Love" in a cabin by a Wyoming creek

“She’s touched the hearts of so many people around the world,” Ucross Foundation president Sharon Dynak said of Gilbert. “To think she was sitting in a little cabin by the creek here, we’re thrilled.” Sharon was quoted in an Aug. 13 Casper Star-Tribune article about Elizabeth Gilbert’s 2004 Ucross Foundation residency during which she wrote the
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"Eay, Pray, Love" in a cabin by a Wyoming creek

“She’s touched the hearts of so many people around the world,” Ucross Foundation president Sharon Dynak said of Gilbert. “To think she was sitting in a little cabin by the creek here, we’re thrilled.” Sharon was quoted in an Aug. 13 Casper Star-Tribune article about Elizabeth Gilbert’s 2004 Ucross Foundation residency during which she wrote the
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Gov. Freudenthal signs Archaeology Awareness Month proclamation

From a SPCR press release: Governor Dave Freudenthal, citing “Wyoming’s enduring bond between past and present in the fabric of human society, recently proclaimed September Wyoming Archaeology Awareness Month during a brief ceremony in his office. Gov. Freudenthal was joined during the proclamation signing by members of the Wyoming State Historic Preservation Office, the Office
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Sept. 24 deadline for NALAC grants to "support Latino artistic innovation"

From a National Association of Latino Arts and Culture press release: NALAC Fund for the Arts Grants support Latino artistic innovation, self determination and community empowerment. The NALAC Fund for the Arts is a field-advised, grant program designed to help Latinos develop their creative talents and make lasting contributions to our communities and society as a whole.
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Sept. 24 deadline for NALAC grants to "support Latino artistic innovation"

From a National Association of Latino Arts and Culture press release: NALAC Fund for the Arts Grants support Latino artistic innovation, self determination and community empowerment. The NALAC Fund for the Arts is a field-advised, grant program designed to help Latinos develop their creative talents and make lasting contributions to our communities and society as a whole.
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