Wyoming Arts Council

Next "First Friday" reading series Dec. 3 at Second Story Books in Laramie

UW Art Museum prepares for its Festival of Trees

This comes to us via the University of Wyoming Art Museum blog (museum dressed up for the holidays in photo at right): The Art Museum will have different hours this week due to the Thanksgiving holiday. We will be closed Thursday – Sunday, but will re-open on Monday, November 29th. Preparations will continue for the 18th
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Check out David Klaren’s new web site

Pondhawk (2009), David K. Klaren, Graphite on Arches cover, 43 x 60 inches Pinedale’s Sue Sommers sends this: Pipeline artist David K. Klaren has a new web site, featuring a full portfolio of his latest graphite and ink drawings. The site was designed by Sommers Studio (http://sommstudio.com/ ), which also designed the Pipeline Art Project
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Check out David Klaren's new web site

Pondhawk (2009), David K. Klaren, Graphite on Arches cover, 43 x 60 inches Pinedale’s Sue Sommers sends this: Pipeline artist David K. Klaren has a new web site, featuring a full portfolio of his latest graphite and ink drawings. The site was designed by Sommers Studio (http://sommstudio.com/ ), which also designed the Pipeline Art Project
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"A Cowboy Christmas" and chocolate pretzels just a few offerings at the Trails Center’s Dec. 11 event

Received this press release from the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center which is perched on the ridge in north Casper. If you haven’t visited, this is a great opportunity to take a tour with the whole family. The Center has hosted a number of Wyoming Arts Council events, including poetry readings and Wyoming history events
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"A Cowboy Christmas" and chocolate pretzels just a few offerings at the Trails Center's Dec. 11 event

Received this press release from the National Historic Trails Interpretive Center which is perched on the ridge in north Casper. If you haven’t visited, this is a great opportunity to take a tour with the whole family. The Center has hosted a number of Wyoming Arts Council events, including poetry readings and Wyoming history events
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Ceramist Connie Norman celebrates the holiday season(ing)

Cheyenne ceramist Connie Norman posted this photo on Facebook, saying that these new salt and pepper shakers were right out of the kiln and she’d post better pictures later. But this is already a pretty good photo. Please pass the salt and pepper in Connie’s artful containers. This gravy needs seasoning.

NEA awards $26.68 million in grants

National Endowment for the Arts Chairman Rocco Landesman today announced the latest round of NEA funding totaling $26.68 million awarded through 1,057 grants to nonprofit national, regional, state, and local organizations nationwide. This also includes the NEA’s most recent class of Creative Writing Fellows. Chairman Landesman said, “I continue to be impressed with the creative,
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YMCA Teen Program holds fund-raiser Nov. 26 at the Cheyenne Barnes & Noble

The Cheyenne Family YMCA Teen Program is holding a fund-raising event. On Friday, Nov. 26, all day at Barnes and Noble on Dell Range — a percentage of gift-wrapping sales and merchandise sales will go to the YMCA Teen Program. Pick up your vouchers at the YMCA or at Barnes and Noble. Just say you are
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YMCA Teen Program holds fund-raiser Nov. 26 at the Cheyenne Barnes & Noble

The Cheyenne Family YMCA Teen Program is holding a fund-raising event. On Friday, Nov. 26, all day at Barnes and Noble on Dell Range — a percentage of gift-wrapping sales and merchandise sales will go to the YMCA Teen Program. Pick up your vouchers at the YMCA or at Barnes and Noble. Just say you are
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