Wyoming Arts Council

Americans for the Arts plans to welcome and educate new members of Congress

This is a couple weeks old but bears re-posting: November 04, 2010—Americans for the Arts President and CEO Robert L. Lynch gave the following statement on the Election Day results: “Frustration with the nation’s lack of economic recovery is clearly top of mind among voters and candidates. Likewise, nonprofit arts organizations have also felt the
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88 more love poems

Saratoga poet Sophia Puccini’s second book of 88 more love poems is out. Titled Il Lupa (iUniverse), part of the dedication is “Love is always wild.” From the book jacket: The mysteries of the heart continue to intrigue, surprise, and warm the soul of Sophia Puccini–a woman who once dreamed of marrying The Gypsy Kings and running
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Wyoming Community Media seeks intern/volunteer

WCM needs an intern or volunteer to cultivate additional capital and human resources in the forms of in kind and in cash contributions and volunteers for two events The Shoot Out Cheyenne 24 hour film making festival October 15 – 17 and the Cheyenne International Film Festival in May 2011. There are on going tasks
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Update from Paul Taylor on "Wardaman Dreaming Project" and 2011 tour dates

Laramie’s Paul “Walking Stick” Taylor has a busy winter ahead of him. He sent this letter via e-mail: Dear Friends, 2010 FIELDWORKThe Wardaman Dreaming Project is excited to report another successful year of fieldwork, amassing a further 15 hours of Wardaman culture with Elder Yidumduma Bill Harney. We continued to document rock art and sacred
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Update from Paul Taylor on "Wardaman Dreaming Project" and 2011 tour dates

Laramie’s Paul “Walking Stick” Taylor has a busy winter ahead of him. He sent this letter via e-mail: Dear Friends, 2010 FIELDWORKThe Wardaman Dreaming Project is excited to report another successful year of fieldwork, amassing a further 15 hours of Wardaman culture with Elder Yidumduma Bill Harney. We continued to document rock art and sacred
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Call for entries: "Wyoming Face of Travel"

From Wyoming Travel & Tourism: Don’t forget there is $500 CASH sitting out there with your name on it. All you have to do is create a short video about why you are the “Wyoming Face of Travel” and post it at http://www.wyomingfaceoftravel.com/ to be entered into the contest. It is so easy. But you
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Call for entries: "Wyoming Face of Travel"

From Wyoming Travel & Tourism: Don’t forget there is $500 CASH sitting out there with your name on it. All you have to do is create a short video about why you are the “Wyoming Face of Travel” and post it at http://www.wyomingfaceoftravel.com/ to be entered into the contest. It is so easy. But you
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WOW hosts opening reception Nov. 19 for "Affordable Art for the Holidays"

WOW hosts opening reception Nov. 19 for "Affordable Art for the Holidays"

Laura Bell speaks about "Claiming Ground" Dec. 9 at Teton County Library in Jackson

On Thursday, Dec. 9, 7 p.m., author Laura Bell will talk about “Claiming Ground” at the Teton County Public Library in Jackson. With stints as a rancher, forest ranger, outfitter, masseuse, wife and mother, author Laura Bell vividly recounts her struggle to find solid earth in which to put down roots in her memoir, “Claiming
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