Wyoming Arts Council

Sarah Dahlberg leaving WOW to be elementary art teacher in Laramie schools

Sarah Dahlberg News from Sarah Dahlberg, coordinator of Works of Wyoming in Laramie: At the end of the month, I will be leaving WOW to take a position as an elementary art teacher here in Laramie. I would like to thank all who have been so supportive of me and WOW since I begun working
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WOW’s "Rated M for Mature Artists" show opens June 30

Potential Energy by Cat Martin. Beginning June 30, Works of Wyoming in Laramie will feature work by Crystal Lawrence, Shirlee Dahlberg, Dennis Fonfara, Jon & Ginnie Madsen, Joy Keown, Win Ratz, Dianna & Anthony James, Cat Martin, Jerry Glass, Mary Jo Atherton, Cathi Carr-Lunfeldt, David Larsen, and Jeanie Schlump. The show’s title is “Rated M for Mature Artists.”
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WOW's "Rated M for Mature Artists" show opens June 30

Potential Energy by Cat Martin. Beginning June 30, Works of Wyoming in Laramie will feature work by Crystal Lawrence, Shirlee Dahlberg, Dennis Fonfara, Jon & Ginnie Madsen, Joy Keown, Win Ratz, Dianna & Anthony James, Cat Martin, Jerry Glass, Mary Jo Atherton, Cathi Carr-Lunfeldt, David Larsen, and Jeanie Schlump. The show’s title is “Rated M for Mature Artists.”
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SNAAP study: Performing and visual arts alumni take many paths to meet career objectives

This report on a study by the Strategic National Arts Alumni Project comes to us via NASAA Notes from the National Assembly of State Arts Agencies: The Strategic National Arts Alumni Project (SNAAP) at Indiana University’s Center for Postsecondary Research addresses the previously unanswered question of what happens to alumni of performing and visual arts
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Justin Richards’ unique furniture featured at Art Design & Dine June 9

Infill Nesting Tables, Justin Richards Cheyenne artist Justin Richards will display his unique furniture at Glen Garrett’s architectural studio and offices in downtown Cheyenne. The exhibit debuts during Art Design & Dine from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, June 9, in various locales around central Cheyenne. Justin Richards is a furniture designer who recently completed an
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Justin Richards' unique furniture featured at Art Design & Dine June 9

Infill Nesting Tables, Justin Richards Cheyenne artist Justin Richards will display his unique furniture at Glen Garrett’s architectural studio and offices in downtown Cheyenne. The exhibit debuts during Art Design & Dine from 5-8 p.m. on Thursday, June 9, in various locales around central Cheyenne. Justin Richards is a furniture designer who recently completed an
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Deborah Brevoort wins University of Wyoming’s 2011 "Essays on Theatre" competition

From a UW press release: New York playwright and librettist Deborah Brevoort is the winner of the University of Wyoming’s national 2011 Amy and Eric Burger Essays on Theatre competition. The winning essay, “On Literary Activism,” has been selected for the $2,500 annual prize. The head of the national adjudicating team, Jim Volz, president of
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Deborah Brevoort wins University of Wyoming's 2011 "Essays on Theatre" competition

From a UW press release: New York playwright and librettist Deborah Brevoort is the winner of the University of Wyoming’s national 2011 Amy and Eric Burger Essays on Theatre competition. The winning essay, “On Literary Activism,” has been selected for the $2,500 annual prize. The head of the national adjudicating team, Jim Volz, president of
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Ann Chambers Noble signs copies of "Hurry McMurry" June 17 at the BBHC in Cody

Ann Chambers Noble and Neil McMurry From a BBHC press release: According to biographer Ann Chambers Noble, “If there was a difference of opinion, his [McMurry’s] answer would be to have coffee the next morning, and they [the folks at odds] would sit, resolve it, and have a handshake at the end of breakfast. He
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Ann Chambers Noble signs copies of "Hurry McMurry" June 17 at the BBHC in Cody

Ann Chambers Noble and Neil McMurry From a BBHC press release: According to biographer Ann Chambers Noble, “If there was a difference of opinion, his [McMurry’s] answer would be to have coffee the next morning, and they [the folks at odds] would sit, resolve it, and have a handshake at the end of breakfast. He
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