Wyoming Arts Council

Call for applications: Jackson Hole Cultural Diversity Mural

From the Jackson Hole Public Art Initiative: Design and paint a Community Mural inside the Garaman underpass that connects town to the school district. “Street art” techniques will be introduced and utilized to depict a cultural diversity theme. Students will work with Pathways to become official ambassadors of the pedestrian corridor. The works of Judy Baca, JR, Bansky and other
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Jackson Hole Public Art Initiative selects Don Rambadt’s design for underpass project

Jackson Hole Public Art Initiative, Jackson Hole Community Pathways and the National Museum of Wildlife Art are pleased to announce that artist Don Rambadt has been selected to create public art for the retaining walls framing the North Highway 89 Underpass that connects to the Museum’s new sculpture trail. The main features of Rambadt’s proposal
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Jackson Hole Public Art Initiative selects Don Rambadt's design for underpass project

Jackson Hole Public Art Initiative, Jackson Hole Community Pathways and the National Museum of Wildlife Art are pleased to announce that artist Don Rambadt has been selected to create public art for the retaining walls framing the North Highway 89 Underpass that connects to the Museum’s new sculpture trail. The main features of Rambadt’s proposal
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Help wanted: Lander Art Center

The Lander Art Center is looking for a part-time art teacher for Fall 2011 through Spring 2012 youth classes, 2 to 4 days/classes per week, times vary. Applicants must be motivated, flexible, and have a background or previous experience in the arts. Mail cover letter, resume, and 3 references to Lander Art Center 224 Main
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"Figurative Art as Story, Metaphor, Presence" at UW

The University of Wyoming Art Museum’s 2011 Summer Teaching Institute, “Figurative Art as Story, Metaphor, Presence,” will be offered July 25-29 at the museum. All K-12 teachers and community educators are welcome. Participants will use museum exhibitions, the Ann Simpson Artmobile exhibit, “Go Figure!” and resources from the American Heritage Centerand Coe Library to explore how figurative art
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"Figurative Art as Story, Metaphor, Presence" at UW

The University of Wyoming Art Museum’s 2011 Summer Teaching Institute, “Figurative Art as Story, Metaphor, Presence,” will be offered July 25-29 at the museum. All K-12 teachers and community educators are welcome. Participants will use museum exhibitions, the Ann Simpson Artmobile exhibit, “Go Figure!” and resources from the American Heritage Centerand Coe Library to explore how figurative art
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Call for nominations: Wyoming Library Association

The Wyoming Library Association’s Awards and Grants Committee is accepting nominations for outstanding librarians, libraries, and supporters of our libraries! WLA awards are a great opportunity to recognize individuals and institutions that have made a difference in the community, successfully completed a project, consistently provided outstanding service, or have done something remarkable in a Wyoming
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Young artist from Afton blends the arts of ceramics and gardening

Kira Call is a young artist from Afton and is spending summer break from Utah State University working at Afton’s Hi Mountain Floral. Some of her recent artwork blends her interests in ceramics and growing fruits and veggies. You can see her work on her Facebook page. I would post samples here but Blogger is
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Follow Cat Urbigkit’s blogs from American Library Association conference

Pinedale writer and rancher Cat Urbigkit will be micro-blogging for the Association for Library Service to Children at the American Library Association annual conference June 23-28 in New Orleans.  She is a trustee for the Sublette County Public Library System, a first time ALA Conference attendee and an award-winning writer & photographer. She will be doing a book
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