Wyoming Arts Council

Construction update: National Museum of Wildlife Art

Excavation preparation began this week on the underpass that will link the Jackson-to-Grand Teton North 89 Pathway to the National Museum of Wildlife Art. When completed in late May, the new underpass will connect the pathway for bicyclists, pedestrians and other non-motorized users to the museum and its new sculpture trail, which is also under
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Students screen their films tonight at Casper College

Students will present a variety of short films during the Fourth Annual Casper College Student Film Festival on Tuesday, May 3 (tonight!) beginning at 7:30 p.m. in Durham Recital Hall located in the Aley Fine Arts Center in Casper. The festival features the works of the college’s two video production classes offered last fall and
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Song-writing workshop with Miss "V"

Miss “V” The Gypsy Cowbelle will teach a song-writing workshop May 20-22 at the Miner’s Delight Bed & Breakfast in Atlantic City. Registration is limited to 16 students. Workshop-only fee: $150. Workshop and lodging fee: one person: $315 in a room or $285 in a cabin. For two attendees who desire to share a room
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Song-writing workshop with Miss "V"

Miss “V” The Gypsy Cowbelle will teach a song-writing workshop May 20-22 at the Miner’s Delight Bed & Breakfast in Atlantic City. Registration is limited to 16 students. Workshop-only fee: $150. Workshop and lodging fee: one person: $315 in a room or $285 in a cabin. For two attendees who desire to share a room
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Buffalo Bill Historical Center competes in the EPA’s “Battle of the Buildings”

The Buffalo Bill Historical Center has been selected to participate in the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Energy Star National Building Competition: Battle of the Buildings to help improve the energy efficiency of commercial buildings and protect the environment. In the spirit of popular weight-loss competitions, the Historical Center will battle it out against hundreds of other teams from
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In Memoriam: Harry Jackson

Always supportive of the arts community, Harry Jackson attended an artists’ reception at Stone Soup Studios in 2007 with (from left) Janet Bedford, Melodie Ferri, Stephanie Hedrick, Sybil Hedrick, the Rev. Daphne Grimes and Lura Brewes. Cody Enterprise photo. From the Cody Enterprise: Cody lost a living legend and the art world an icon when Harry
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Steve Traylor’s departure leaves music department vacancy at Central Wyoming College

Robert Hussa, Fine Arts Department Coordinator at Central Wyoming College in Riverton, sends this news: Central Wyoming College would like to announce that Steve Traylor, Director of Bands and Fine Arts Recruiter, will be leaving us after this year to take a position at Hutchison Community College in Hutchison, KS. Steve has been with us
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Steve Traylor's departure leaves music department vacancy at Central Wyoming College

Robert Hussa, Fine Arts Department Coordinator at Central Wyoming College in Riverton, sends this news: Central Wyoming College would like to announce that Steve Traylor, Director of Bands and Fine Arts Recruiter, will be leaving us after this year to take a position at Hutchison Community College in Hutchison, KS. Steve has been with us
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Tickets still available for Laramie County Library Foundation May 7 luncheon with sci-fi author Connie Willis

From Tina Ann Forkner, president of the Laramie County Public Library Foundation: We still have tickets to the Library Luncheon this coming Saturday to hear Sci-Fi author Connie Willis. If you haven’t decided yet, I urge you to go, but please hurry and RSVP! This is always a fun community event and the price for
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Raising Readers fund-raiser May 14 in Cheyenne

Raising Readers in Wyoming board members Sherri Geringer, former Wyoming First Lady, and Judy Catchpole, former Superintendent of Public Instruction, were on Channel 5’s morning show to promote their upcoming fund-raiser. FMI: http://www.raisingreadersinwyoming.org

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