Wyoming Arts Council

One week and counting: Postmark deadline June 20 for creative writing fellowships

Postmark deadline for the 2012 creative writing fellowships in fiction is Monday, June 20. Judge for this year’s fellowships is fiction writer and essayist Pam Houston. FMI: Mike Shay at 307-777-5234 or mike.shay@wyo.gov

Montana native Shann Ray reads from his book American Masculine at Billings YMCA Writers Voice

Not in Wyoming but just a few miles north of the border in Billings: THE YMCA WRITER’S VOICE presents 2010 BAKELESS PRIZE FOR FICTION WINNER SHANN RAY reading from AMERICAN MASCULINE, 7 p.m., Thursday, July 14, third floor Parmly Billings Library, 510 N. Broadway, Billings, Mont. American Masculine, is a muscular debut story collection that
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"Sequencing through Time & Place" at Gallery 211 in June

From Susan Moldenhauer: An experimental exhibition in three parts by artist Wendy Bredehoft, dancer Margaret Wilson, and photographer Susan Moldenhauer will take place at Gallery 211 in Laramie later this month. Each exhibition is open to the public for one day as we explore how to present our work that explores three places: Ucross, London,
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"Sequencing through Time & Place" at Gallery 211 in June

From Susan Moldenhauer: An experimental exhibition in three parts by artist Wendy Bredehoft, dancer Margaret Wilson, and photographer Susan Moldenhauer will take place at Gallery 211 in Laramie later this month. Each exhibition is open to the public for one day as we explore how to present our work that explores three places: Ucross, London,
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"Civility Matters!" grants available now

From our colleagues at the Wyoming Humanities Council: The Wyoming Humanities Council seeks public humanities projects with innovative approaches to the topic of civility, especially those focusing on creative formats, new or underserved audiences including youth, and community partnerships. Maximum funding: $5000Deadlines: Monthly, postmarked on or before the first of the monthGrant period: Starting February 1, 2011,
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"Civility Matters!" grants available now

From our colleagues at the Wyoming Humanities Council: The Wyoming Humanities Council seeks public humanities projects with innovative approaches to the topic of civility, especially those focusing on creative formats, new or underserved audiences including youth, and community partnerships. Maximum funding: $5000Deadlines: Monthly, postmarked on or before the first of the monthGrant period: Starting February 1, 2011,
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Artsy fun for families at Cheyenne Botanic Gardens

"Murder Rides Again… in Jackson Hole" opens June 22

Jackson Community Theater presents “Murder Rides Again….in Jackson Hole,” a wacky wild west murder mystery Dessert Theater show for the whole family.  Discover how the West was fun! Shows are June 22, 23, 24 at the Elks Lodge, 7:30 pm. Tickets available at Valley Books and at the door. Call 307-733-7925 for more information. 

"Murder Rides Again… in Jackson Hole" opens June 22

Jackson Community Theater presents “Murder Rides Again….in Jackson Hole,” a wacky wild west murder mystery Dessert Theater show for the whole family.  Discover how the West was fun! Shows are June 22, 23, 24 at the Elks Lodge, 7:30 pm. Tickets available at Valley Books and at the door. Call 307-733-7925 for more information. 

Cheyenne author Josh Mitchell signs copies of his new book June 10 at City News

Cheyenne newspaper reporter and author Josh Mitchell will be signing copies of his new book, My Life in Executive Session, from 4-6 p.m. on Friday, June 10, at City News, 1722 Carey Ave., in downtown Cheyenne. A blurb from the book’s promo material: When investigative journalist Warren Bradley goes to work for a newspaper in
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