Wyoming Arts Council

Linda Lillegraven conducts oil/pastel workshop for Cheyenne Artists Guild Sept. 10-11

From a press release: Join Linda Lillegraven for a two-day workshop Sept. 10-11, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., at the Cheyenne Artists Guild. This workshop will instruct the participants in their choice of oil or pastel medium. Linda will be helping participants work on values, atmosphere, and composition with an emphasis on color. The cost of the
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Reminder: Wyoming artists have until Sept. 2 to submit images of "The People’s Tree"

Dear Wyoming Artists: Wyoming and the Bridger-Teton National Forest have been asked to provide the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree (“the People’s Tree”) for 2010. Along with the tree, we will be providing 75-smaller trees for Congressional Offices, agencies & organizations headquartered throughout D.C. as well as 5000 handmade ornaments. Of particular interest to Wyoming artists,
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Reminder: Wyoming artists have until Sept. 2 to submit images of "The People's Tree"

Dear Wyoming Artists: Wyoming and the Bridger-Teton National Forest have been asked to provide the U.S. Capitol Christmas Tree (“the People’s Tree”) for 2010. Along with the tree, we will be providing 75-smaller trees for Congressional Offices, agencies & organizations headquartered throughout D.C. as well as 5000 handmade ornaments. Of particular interest to Wyoming artists,
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"Slice of Pie" screening Aug. 27 at UW

Accomplished Second City Theater alumni Rick and Laura Hall will show the new original short film, “Slice of Pie” at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 27, on the University of Wyoming Fine Arts Center Main Stage. The event is free and open to the public. The film is gleaned from Rick Hall’s small-town stories called “Spellbinding”
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"Slice of Pie" screening Aug. 27 at UW

Accomplished Second City Theater alumni Rick and Laura Hall will show the new original short film, “Slice of Pie” at 7 p.m. Friday, Aug. 27, on the University of Wyoming Fine Arts Center Main Stage. The event is free and open to the public. The film is gleaned from Rick Hall’s small-town stories called “Spellbinding”
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Wyoming Film Festival Aug. 28-29 in Saratoga

Saturday, August 28th & Sunday, August 29th, Saratoga: Wyoming Film Festival featuring cinema of the Rocky Mountain West. Platte Valley Community Center, 210 W. Elm Ave. Lineup includes: Friday, 8:00 PM: Wyoming Film Office Film Short Film Festival Winners: “Voices of the Platte” about people of the valley and their fish stories, “Absoraka” a western
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Sol Driven Train performs in Laramie, Centennial

Charleston, S.C., band Sol Driven Train will be playing several gigs in Wyoming and adjacent states. Here’s the band’s upcoming schedule: Aug 27 McCall, ID ,Salmon River Brewery Aug 29 Missoula, MT, Main Street Aug 30 Missoula, MT, Top Hat Aug 31 Big Sky, MT, Lone Peak Brewery Sep 2 Laramie, WY, Alibi Pub Sep
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Joy Keown exhibit opens Aug. 27 in Rawlins

Joy Keown, “Close Encounter,” watercolor, 16 x 24 inches, People’s Choice Award, 2009 Wyoming Watercolor Society Show. Laramie artist Joy Keown sent wyomingarts an invitation to an opening reception for her exhibit of paintings from a trip to Africa. Reception is on Friday, Aug. 27, 5-8 p.m., at the Rawlins Main Street Gallery at 4th and Cedar in Rawlins. The
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Ballet Idaho seeks new executive director

Arts Consulting Group requests your interest in or candidate recommendations for the Executive Director position at Ballet Idaho in Boise, Idaho. THE ORGANIZATION Deeply rooted in the community, Ballet Idaho and its Academy create, present, teach and preserve the art form of classic ballet, serving the citizens and visitors of Boise, the state of Idaho,
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Call for entries: Fish Short Story Prize

From the Fish Publishing web site: The Fish Short Story Prize for 2010/2011 is open for entries. We are delighted to announce that Simon Mawer, author of “The Glass Room” (and seven other novels) will judge the prize. Fish Publishing runs the short story competition each year, the winners of which are published in the
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