Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: "As it turns out, I’m from ____________"

Call for entries from the Lander Art Center:At a conference where an artist once spoke about her work in detail, the audience laughed out loud when halfway through she said, “As it turns out, I’m from Pittsburgh.” After learning so much about her artwork it seemed perfectly fitting that her large steel sculptures would be
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Call for entries: "As it turns out, I'm from ____________"

Call for entries from the Lander Art Center:At a conference where an artist once spoke about her work in detail, the audience laughed out loud when halfway through she said, “As it turns out, I’m from Pittsburgh.” After learning so much about her artwork it seemed perfectly fitting that her large steel sculptures would be
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Convergence conference to tackle "creative economy" and other Wyoming arts & culture issues

The latest issue of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund newsletter carried this info about this fall’s “Convergence” conference in Cody. More info coming soon… Many of us regularly hear these words, “Cultural Heritage Tourism” and “Creative Economy”, but what do they really mean in Wyoming and how can we best capitalize on our unique cultural
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Convergence conference to tackle "creative economy" and other Wyoming arts & culture issues

The latest issue of the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund newsletter carried this info about this fall’s “Convergence” conference in Cody. More info coming soon… Many of us regularly hear these words, “Cultural Heritage Tourism” and “Creative Economy”, but what do they really mean in Wyoming and how can we best capitalize on our unique cultural
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BBHC reports energy-saving gains during EPA "Battle of the Buildings" competition

From a Buffalo Bill Historical Center press release: Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star program marked the midpoint of the 2011 National Building Competition “Battle of the Buildings” by releasing a list of the top contenders for each building category as well as the progress of all participants in the competition, each
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BBHC reports energy-saving gains during EPA "Battle of the Buildings" competition

From a Buffalo Bill Historical Center press release: Today, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Energy Star program marked the midpoint of the 2011 National Building Competition “Battle of the Buildings” by releasing a list of the top contenders for each building category as well as the progress of all participants in the competition, each
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AVA offers "Beginning Painting with Nancy"

http://www.avacenter.org/

AVA offers "Beginning Painting with Nancy"

http://www.avacenter.org/

Chris Drury completes UW sculpture

  Chris Drury at work on his sculpture Carbon Sink: What Goes Around, Comes Around on the UW campus.  Finished Chris Drury sculpture at UW. UW Art Museum photos.

Casper College offers night class in digital photography beginning Aug. 23

If you are like most people with a digital camera you have some great photos on your computer that you would like to turn into prints, but just don’t know how. It may be easier than you think, with the help of a digital photography class being offered for the fall semester at Casper College. “Electronic
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