Wyoming Arts Council

Photo of the Week: Victoria Bennett Beyer

This photo is by Victoria Bennett Beyer of Wheatland is just one selection in her 2010 update to the Wyoming Arts Council Artist Image Registry. The AIR is open to visual artists living in Wyoming. For more info, contact Michael Shay at the WAC at 307-777-5234.

Seattle jazz band Jubilee and UW a capella group The Bettys perform at UW Sept. 24-25

Seattle-based band, Jubilee, will team with the Bettys, UW’s women’s a capella group, Saturday, Sept. 25, at 7 p.m. in the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture auditorium to raise awareness about what ordinary citizens can do to fight human trafficking. Jubilee will also perform an evening of Brazilian jazz with UW performers from the
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WAC roster artists presenting sessions at bookfest

We are please that four members of the Wyoming Arts Council artist roster will be presenters at the Sept. 24-25 Equality State Book Festival in Casper. They are children’s book author Gene Gagliano of Buffalo; Aussie storyteller Paul Taylor of Laramie; Wyoming Poet Laureate David Romtvedt of Buffalo; and poet George Vlastos of Casper. David
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Andrea Two Bulls will demonstrate beadwork and painting at Colter Bay Center

Colter Bay Visitor Center & Indian Art Museum on Jackson Lake From Monday, September 27, through Sunday, October 4, Ogalala Sioux member Andrea Two Bulls will demonstrate beadwork and painting as part of the visiting American Indian artists program. Begins at 9 a.m.,  Colter Bay Indian Arts Museum, Moose. Info: 739-3393, http://gtnpnews.blogspot.com/2010/05/american-indian-guest-artists-program.html. Free, but national park admission required.
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Chainsaw artist Roy Pilcher to create sculpture at Cheyenne Botanic Gardens on Sept. 25

Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Roy Pilcher will create a chainsaw sculpture on Saturday, September 25, for the Paul Smith Children’s Village at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens. The action begins at 1 p.m. Free and open to the public. Pick up today’s issue of the Wyoming Tribune-Eagle to read a profile of Roy and his work.

"Working Words" anthology features Cheyenne story

Michael Shay, Wyoming Arts Council staffer and one of your trusty wyomingarts bloggers, has one of his stories in the new anthology “Working Words: Punching the Clock and Kicking Out the Jams,” fresh from Coffee House Press in Minneapolis. Editor is Detroit’s M.L. Liebler, who’s been to Wyoming several times (and may travel this way again
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"Working Words" anthology features Cheyenne story

Michael Shay, Wyoming Arts Council staffer and one of your trusty wyomingarts bloggers, has one of his stories in the new anthology “Working Words: Punching the Clock and Kicking Out the Jams,” fresh from Coffee House Press in Minneapolis. Editor is Detroit’s M.L. Liebler, who’s been to Wyoming several times (and may travel this way again
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Tonight at Casper College: "Happily Ever-Aftering on a 1920s Cattle Ranch"

The Equality State Book Festival is holding a “pre-fest” event tonight (Monday), Sept. 20, 7-9 p.m., with a presentation by Montana author John Clayton. He will speak about “Happily Ever-Aftering on a 1920s Cattle Ranch” in the Goodstein Foundation Library Lobby at Casper College. John’s reading is brought to you by the Casper College Gender Studies program
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Tonight at Casper College: "Happily Ever-Aftering on a 1920s Cattle Ranch"

The Equality State Book Festival is holding a “pre-fest” event tonight (Monday), Sept. 20, 7-9 p.m., with a presentation by Montana author John Clayton. He will speak about “Happily Ever-Aftering on a 1920s Cattle Ranch” in the Goodstein Foundation Library Lobby at Casper College. John’s reading is brought to you by the Casper College Gender Studies program
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