Wyoming Arts Council

Jodie Atherton’s dinosaur mosaics on sale at Tate Geological Museum’s open house

From a Casper College press release: Laramie ceramic artist Jodie Atherton, will be displaying and sellingher unique dinosaur mosaics during the Tate Geological Museum*s AnnualOpen House on Friday, Dec. 3. “The mosaics are created on top of a plaster jacket that was used totransport dinosaur bones and other fragile fossils home from a fieldsite to
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Jodie Atherton's dinosaur mosaics on sale at Tate Geological Museum's open house

From a Casper College press release: Laramie ceramic artist Jodie Atherton, will be displaying and sellingher unique dinosaur mosaics during the Tate Geological Museum*s AnnualOpen House on Friday, Dec. 3. “The mosaics are created on top of a plaster jacket that was used totransport dinosaur bones and other fragile fossils home from a fieldsite to
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Call for entries: Before Columbus Foundation

This listing comes from the latest issue of LitOps, written and edited by Guy Lebeba of the Utah Division of Arts and Museums. To subscribe to LitOps, send an email to gwl1973@gmail.com with “subscribe” in the subject line: Before Columbus FoundationAmerican Book AwardsDeadline: December 31, 2010Web site: http://www.beforecolumbusfoundation.com/ E-mail address: strads@haas.berkeley.edu Approximately 10 to 18 awards are
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Civility Matters! The Decline of Legislative Civility — But Not in Wyoming w/update

UPDATE: PLEASE NOTE THAT THE DATE HAS BEEN CHANGED TO FRIDAY, DEC. 10 Thursday, December 9 5:30-7 p.m.Cheyenne Depot Museum Join us for refreshments and conversation about Wyoming’s place in the national debate over declining legislative civility. Leading the dialogue will be Rutgers University legislative scholar Alan Rosenthal speaking on “The Decline of Legislative Civility-But
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Deadline extended: Wyoming Face of Travel

Update from Wyoming Tourism: That’s Right!! Your chance to win $500 CASH and over $700 in conference registrations is still on the table. We have heard from a few of you… but we need to hear from more… we have extended the deadline to enter the 2011 Wyoming Face of Travel contest to Friday, December
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"Delivered from Evil" book trailer by Ron Franscell

Wyoming native (and Wyoming Arts Council creative writing fellowship winner) Ron Franscell now lives and works in San Antonio. Some of you remember him from his nonfiction book, “The Darkest Night,” an account of the rape and murder of two Casper girls in 1973. In his latest true crime book, due out in January, Ron explores
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"Delivered from Evil" book trailer by Ron Franscell

Wyoming native (and Wyoming Arts Council creative writing fellowship winner) Ron Franscell now lives and works in San Antonio. Some of you remember him from his nonfiction book, “The Darkest Night,” an account of the rape and murder of two Casper girls in 1973. In his latest true crime book, due out in January, Ron explores
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Ski by day, watch wildlife films by night during December in Jackson Hole

Pronghorns travel winter range from documentary “Out of Yellowstone.” © Scott Copeland Four films screening at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in December will explore environmental challenges facing a variety of species as part of the museum’s returning “Art After Hours” series. Art After Hours is offered Tuesday nights from 5-9 p.m. throughout the winter,
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"Religion" exhibit opens Dec. 17 at The Corridor Gallery in Casper

The Corridor Gallery announces “Religion”, an upcoming show featuring 25 artists accepted by process of jury. The Corridor Gallery’s member artists evaluated more than 60 entries to accept a final 29 works into the show. The call for entries allowed any medium or format to be entered under the broad subject of “Religion”. Submissions depict
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"Religion" exhibit opens Dec. 17 at The Corridor Gallery in Casper

The Corridor Gallery announces “Religion”, an upcoming show featuring 25 artists accepted by process of jury. The Corridor Gallery’s member artists evaluated more than 60 entries to accept a final 29 works into the show. The call for entries allowed any medium or format to be entered under the broad subject of “Religion”. Submissions depict
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