Wyoming Arts Council

"Freshwater" poster contest deadline is Oct. 13

From a press release: The Wyoming Geographic Alliance proudly presents the “Geography Awareness Week Poster Contest.” First place winners will receive tickets to the Wyoming vs. CSU football game for the winner and his/her parents. November 14-20, 2010 has been designated as National Geography Awareness Week. Geography Awareness Week highlights the National Geographic Society’s annual
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"Freshwater" poster contest deadline is Oct. 13

From a press release: The Wyoming Geographic Alliance proudly presents the “Geography Awareness Week Poster Contest.” First place winners will receive tickets to the Wyoming vs. CSU football game for the winner and his/her parents. November 14-20, 2010 has been designated as National Geography Awareness Week. Geography Awareness Week highlights the National Geographic Society’s annual
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Julianne Couch essay in New West

Laramie’s Julianne Couch teaches at UW, works as a free-lance writer, is a member of the Wyoming Arts Council artist roster and is a Wyoming Writers, Inc., board member planning the group’s 2011 conference. She’s also working on a new book. Whew! She notifies wyomingarts that she just published her first “official” piece in New West. Here
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LAGQ coming to Cheyenne

Recognized as one of America’s premier instrumental ensembles, the GRAMMY-winning, Los Angeles Guitar Quartet is one of the most charismatic and versatile groups performing today. Popularly known as the LAGQ, these four dynamic virtuosi bring a new energy to the concert stage with their eclectic programs and dynamic musical interplay. Their inventive, critically acclaimed transcriptions
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12-24 fundraiser in Casper

Saturday night in Casper. Went to the fundraiser late, so missed the vocal and instrumental stylings of Cory and the Crew and Jeff Finlin and Amy. Didn’t mean to, but mother’s birthday dinner and grandkids that had to be put to bed and listened for until they fell asleep…it was a good plan to take them swimming for two-and-a-half hours that
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Call for entries: NPR’s "Three-Minute Fiction"

Enter your story (600 words or less) to NPR’s “Three Minute Fiction” contest. Each round, our judges throw out a challenge. This time, your story must begin with the line, “Some people swore that the house was haunted.” It must end with, “Nothing was ever the same again after that.” Author Michael Cunningham is the
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Call for entries: NPR's "Three-Minute Fiction"

Enter your story (600 words or less) to NPR’s “Three Minute Fiction” contest. Each round, our judges throw out a challenge. This time, your story must begin with the line, “Some people swore that the house was haunted.” It must end with, “Nothing was ever the same again after that.” Author Michael Cunningham is the
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Still time to sign up for next UW Art Museum 20:20 event on Sept. 20

From the University of Wyoming Art Museum blog: Save the date for the fifth 20:20 event to be held at the UW Art Museum on Monday, September 20, 7 p.m. 20:20 is a fast paced presentation format where presenters are allowed to show only 20 images/slides, and each image is shown for only 20 seconds,
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Find out more about "Walkabout Gallery" project at Buffalo’s "Business After Hours" Sept. 16

This was in the September issue of the Johnson County Arts & Humanities Council newsletter: A “Call for Artists” was published in local media and mailed to more than 50 local artists last spring. Louise Anderson’s oil painting, “Elgin Park,” was the first work to be completed for the project, and can be seen on
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Find out more about "Walkabout Gallery" project at Buffalo's "Business After Hours" Sept. 16

This was in the September issue of the Johnson County Arts & Humanities Council newsletter: A “Call for Artists” was published in local media and mailed to more than 50 local artists last spring. Louise Anderson’s oil painting, “Elgin Park,” was the first work to be completed for the project, and can be seen on
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