Wyoming Arts Council

BBHC Resident Fellowship Program explores photography and geology links in the West

With a multitude of data, the Hayden Survey introduced the world to Yellowstone National Park. The expedition’s remarkable photographs are part of an illustrated presentation by Dr. Andrew E. Hershberger of Bowling Green State University, Ohio, (BGSU) on Thursday, July 14, 2 p.m. at the Buffalo Bill Historical Center’s Coe Auditorium. The program focuses on
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Trio Fine Art in Jackson offers full slate of summer exhibits

Kathryn Turner Wyomingarts made the acquaintance today (via phone) with Kathryn Mapes Turner, one of the artist-owners of Trio Fine Art gallery in Jackson. Wyomingarts has yet to visit this gallery, but will make up for the oversight in two weeks while shepherding the WAC’s fellowship exhibit curator around the state. Kathryn says that there are four landscape painters
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Rock Springs hosts "International Day" July 9

Rock Springs hosts "International Day" July 9

JOHN R. MILTON WRITERS’ CONFERENCE, OCTOBER 27-29, 2011

CALLS FOR PAPERS AND CREATIVE PRESENTATIONS THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA, VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA Theme: Outlaw!: Law and (Dis)Order in the American West (proposals accepted 9/01/11 through 10/27/11-10/29/11) Please join us for the biennial John R. Milton Writers’ Conference, held October 27-29, 2011, at The University of South Dakota in Vermillion, South Dakota. We are
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JOHN R. MILTON WRITERS' CONFERENCE, OCTOBER 27-29, 2011

CALLS FOR PAPERS AND CREATIVE PRESENTATIONS THE UNIVERSITY OF SOUTH DAKOTA, VERMILLION, SOUTH DAKOTA Theme: Outlaw!: Law and (Dis)Order in the American West (proposals accepted 9/01/11 through 10/27/11-10/29/11) Please join us for the biennial John R. Milton Writers’ Conference, held October 27-29, 2011, at The University of South Dakota in Vermillion, South Dakota. We are
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Casper Star-Tribune’s "Making It" series follows Jim Olm’s road to the Off Broadway stage

Anyone interested in a career in musical theatre should read the “Making It” series by Margaret Matray in the Casper Star-Tribune. The series follows Casper College theatre professor Jim Olm in his quest to produce his show “The Magdalene” Off Broadway. Olm has invested many years and a lot of money in the pursuit of
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Casper Star-Tribune's "Making It" series follows Jim Olm's road to the Off Broadway stage

Anyone interested in a career in musical theatre should read the “Making It” series by Margaret Matray in the Casper Star-Tribune. The series follows Casper College theatre professor Jim Olm in his quest to produce his show “The Magdalene” Off Broadway. Olm has invested many years and a lot of money in the pursuit of
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"Buckaroo culture" icon Waddie Mitchell receives top award from Nevada Arts Council

From the Nevada Arts Council: Cowboy poet and Great Basin buckaroo Bruce Douglas “Waddie” Mitchell is the 2012 Nevada Heritage Award recipient. With an extensive history of artistic achievement and teaching, Mitchell continues to advance the significance of our Western heritage and cowboy poetry wherever he appears. His work and life will be featured on
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"Buckaroo culture" icon Waddie Mitchell receives top award from Nevada Arts Council

From the Nevada Arts Council: Cowboy poet and Great Basin buckaroo Bruce Douglas “Waddie” Mitchell is the 2012 Nevada Heritage Award recipient. With an extensive history of artistic achievement and teaching, Mitchell continues to advance the significance of our Western heritage and cowboy poetry wherever he appears. His work and life will be featured on
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