Wyoming Arts Council

Public art project encourages cycling in Jackson Hole

Carrie Geraci of the Jackson Hole Public Art Initiative sent this announcement: Request for Qualifications National Museum of Wildlife Art and Jackson Hole Community Pathways Jackson Hole, Wyoming CUSTOM BIKE RACKS Qualification Submission Deadline: March 15 Project Budget: $7,500 Visit JHPublicArt.org at http://www.jhpublicart.org/opportunities.html to download the submission instructions. Jackson Hole Community Pathway’s and the National Museum
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BBHC hosts "Spring Fling" field expedition

From the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody: Early spring in the Yellowstone area brings the stirring of wildlife — as well as of wildlife watchers. In two upcoming field expeditions organized by the Buffalo Bill Historical Center’s Draper Museum of Natural History, participants have the chance to glimpse the fascinating courtship dance of sage
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BBHC hosts "Spring Fling" field expedition

From the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody: Early spring in the Yellowstone area brings the stirring of wildlife — as well as of wildlife watchers. In two upcoming field expeditions organized by the Buffalo Bill Historical Center’s Draper Museum of Natural History, participants have the chance to glimpse the fascinating courtship dance of sage
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Register now for the Wyoming Writers, Inc., conference June 3-5 in Casper

Don’t miss the 2011 Wyoming Writers, Inc., Conference Ramada Plaza Riverside Hotel and Conference Center along the North Platte River in Casper, June 3–5 Presentations, Workshops, Agent Pitch Sessions, Contest, Open Mic! Presenters:Author Lucia St. Clair RobsonPoet Chris FischbachPeter McCarthy, Vice President of Marketing at Random HouseEditor Katie Dublinski, Graywolf PressAgent Peter Steinberg, Steinberg Agency
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Art Design & Dine show at Clay Paper Scissors in Cheyenne

From Clay Paper Scissors in Cheyenne: How are you braving the March snow? Feel a like the ground hogs lied to you? Got a little Cabin Fever? Then get out of the house and out to the galleries this Thursday! That’s right, it’s Art, Design and Dine this Thursday, March 10 from 5-8pm. CPS’s show
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Art Design & Dine show at Clay Paper Scissors in Cheyenne

From Clay Paper Scissors in Cheyenne: How are you braving the March snow? Feel a like the ground hogs lied to you? Got a little Cabin Fever? Then get out of the house and out to the galleries this Thursday! That’s right, it’s Art, Design and Dine this Thursday, March 10 from 5-8pm. CPS’s show
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Colcannon performs March 18 in Laramie

Colcannon will perform Friday, March 18, 7:30 p.m., at the Laramie Plains Civic Center Theatre, 710 Garfield, Laramie. This Celtic music group has developed a distinctive, inventive, and contemporary musical style while still keeping in firm touch with the heart and essence of traditional Irish music. Colcannon’s concerts are renowned for their energy, for singer
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Wyoming Public Radio seeks volunteers for annual fund drive

From KUWR, Wyoming Public Radio: WPR is looking for volunteers to answer phones at the station in Laramie for the 2011 Spring Membership Drive. Click here for a list of available hours. Come have a great time by volunteering for Wyoming Public Media!  Volunteers are essential to successful on-air membership campaigns, direct mailings, and community events.  For more information about volunteer
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"Green River Cliffs Wyoming" by Thomas Moran acquired by National Gallery of Art in D.C.

From the Billings Gazette: The National Gallery of Art in Washington has acquired the celebrated landscape painting “Green River Cliffs, Wyoming” by 19th-century American artist Thomas Moran. The painting goes on view Friday and will remain in a special installation through June. It is a gift of collector Vern Milligan and his two children. “Green
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"Green River Cliffs Wyoming" by Thomas Moran acquired by National Gallery of Art in D.C.

From the Billings Gazette: The National Gallery of Art in Washington has acquired the celebrated landscape painting “Green River Cliffs, Wyoming” by 19th-century American artist Thomas Moran. The painting goes on view Friday and will remain in a special installation through June. It is a gift of collector Vern Milligan and his two children. “Green
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