Wyoming Arts Council

Wyoming State Museum welcomes new arts curator

From the Wyoming State Parks and Cultural Resources newsletter: David L. Newell joins the Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne as Curator of Art. Newell has worked in the museum profession for over twenty years and holds graduate degrees in Theatrical Design and Museum Studies. He worked previously with the Museum of Texas Tech University; the
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Wintermart Arts & Crafts Sale Dec. 11-12 at UUCC

WINTERMART ARTS & CRAFTS SALE Opening reception/preview: December 10, Friday, 4:30 – 6:30 pmArts & Crafts Sale: December 11, Saturday 9 am – 5 pm and December 12, Sunday 10 am – 1 pm A few booths are still available for Holiday Gift Market; open to all artists, craftspeople and other vendors of hand-crafted wares.
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Wintermart Arts & Crafts Sale Dec. 11-12 at UUCC

WINTERMART ARTS & CRAFTS SALE Opening reception/preview: December 10, Friday, 4:30 – 6:30 pmArts & Crafts Sale: December 11, Saturday 9 am – 5 pm and December 12, Sunday 10 am – 1 pm A few booths are still available for Holiday Gift Market; open to all artists, craftspeople and other vendors of hand-crafted wares.
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Wyoming high school students invited to Native American Art summer workshop in S.D.

The University of South Dakota hosts a summer workshop for high school students interested in Native American Art. Please help us spread the word of the Oscar Howe Summer Art Institute to high schools in Wyoming by providing them the following link to our website: http://www.usd.edu/fine-arts/art/oscar-howe-summer-art-institute.cfm FMI: Cory Knedler, Chair, Department of Art, The University of South
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Sneak peek at line-up for 2011 Jackson Hole Writers Conference

The latest edition of the Jackson Hole Writers Conference e-newsletter featured a sneak peek at confirmed speakers for the summer 2011 conference: June 23-26, 2011 19th Annual Conference The lineup is tremendous. We’ll reveal it in full in the January newsletter. Meanwhile, here’s a pinch: With titles that take us around the block and into
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WAC welcomes your response to its long-range plan

The Wyoming Arts Council’s Long Range Plan for 2011-2015 is now available for public comment through January 31, 2011. Access the plan online from the WAC homepage at https://wyoarts.state.wy.us./ The WAC welcomes your input!

Date change for "Civility Matters" in Cheyenne

From the Wyoming Humanities Council: Join Us for “Civility Matters! The Decline of Legislative Civility — But Not in Wyoming.” Friday, December 10, 5:30-7 p.m. Historic Plains Hotel, 1600 Central Avenue, Cheyenne. Join us for refreshments and conversation about Wyoming’s place in the national debate over declining legislative civility. Leading the dialogue at 6 p.m.
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Date change for "Civility Matters" in Cheyenne

From the Wyoming Humanities Council: Join Us for “Civility Matters! The Decline of Legislative Civility — But Not in Wyoming.” Friday, December 10, 5:30-7 p.m. Historic Plains Hotel, 1600 Central Avenue, Cheyenne. Join us for refreshments and conversation about Wyoming’s place in the national debate over declining legislative civility. Leading the dialogue at 6 p.m.
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"N*GGER WETB*CK CH*NK: The Race Show" comes to UW Jan 20

On Thursday, January 20, “N*GGER WETB*CK CH*NK: The Race Show” comes to the University of Wyoming Arts and Sciences Auditorium “A very funny play, and a very important one as well.”Travis Smiley, NPR Called “jaw-dropping . . . infectious . . . explosive . . . inspiring” by the LA Times, this original play, written,
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"N*GGER WETB*CK CH*NK: The Race Show" comes to UW Jan 20

On Thursday, January 20, “N*GGER WETB*CK CH*NK: The Race Show” comes to the University of Wyoming Arts and Sciences Auditorium “A very funny play, and a very important one as well.”Travis Smiley, NPR Called “jaw-dropping . . . infectious . . . explosive . . . inspiring” by the LA Times, this original play, written,
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