Wyoming Arts Council

Suzanne Morlock’s work is "Pop’d from the Panel"

Suzanne Morlock’s gigantic Charlie Brown sweater has found a temporary home at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, Calif. Suzanne’s sweater is in the “Pop’d from the Panel” (cartoon panel, that is) exhibit at the museum through Dec. 11. Work by Andy Warhol, Ray Lichtenstein, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Nina Bovasso and others are
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Suzanne Morlock's work is "Pop'd from the Panel"

Suzanne Morlock’s gigantic Charlie Brown sweater has found a temporary home at the Charles M. Schulz Museum in Santa Rosa, Calif. Suzanne’s sweater is in the “Pop’d from the Panel” (cartoon panel, that is) exhibit at the museum through Dec. 11. Work by Andy Warhol, Ray Lichtenstein, Christo and Jeanne-Claude, Nina Bovasso and others are
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Challenge the orange cone zone at NMWA to see wonderful "Yellowstone to Yukon" exhibit

Dwayne Harty, “Mountain Goats” Wildlife artist Dwayne Harty was working on a new painting in the lobby of the National Museum of Wildflife Art this morning. It was hard to carry on a conversation as jackhammers made a racket. The NMWA is under renovation. The deteriorating rock facade has been removed and a new one
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Challenge the orange cone zone at NMWA to see wonderful "Yellowstone to Yukon" exhibit

Dwayne Harty, “Mountain Goats” Wildlife artist Dwayne Harty was working on a new painting in the lobby of the National Museum of Wildflife Art this morning. It was hard to carry on a conversation as jackhammers made a racket. The NMWA is under renovation. The deteriorating rock facade has been removed and a new one
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Fellowship curator hits the road. First stops at Alpine & Jackson

Wyomingarts is on the road with Nancy Bowen, the Wyoming Arts Council’s curator for the 2011 biennial fellowship exhibit. First stop was Jenny Dowd’s home studio in Alpine. Alpine is just down the road from Jackson on Hwy. 89, the site of the road-clogging avalanche in the spring. Quite a few Jackson commuters have moved
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Fellowship curator hits the road. First stops at Alpine & Jackson

Wyomingarts is on the road with Nancy Bowen, the Wyoming Arts Council’s curator for the 2011 biennial fellowship exhibit. First stop was Jenny Dowd’s home studio in Alpine. Alpine is just down the road from Jackson on Hwy. 89, the site of the road-clogging avalanche in the spring. Quite a few Jackson commuters have moved
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In memoriam: Richard Olveda, photographer and graphic artist, Wyoming Arts Council board member

Fermin “Richard” Olveda was born July 23, 1939 in Powell, Wyoming. He was the youngest of Jesus and Aurelia Olveda’s eight children. After attending school in Powell and graduating in 1958, Richard enlisted in the U.S. Army. During his service he spent 14 months overseas attached to Company C 385th MP Bn. Richard met the
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Renovation and expansion of UW Fine Arts Building tops UW construction agenda

Renovation and expansion of a facility for performing arts academic programs tops the list of capital construction budget requests approved Friday by the University of Wyoming Board of Trustees for the 2013-14 biennium. The renovated Fine Arts Building will house the Music and Theatre and Dance departments. The project continues long range planning efforts to
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Wyoming State Museum names new manager

Helen B. Louise has been named the new manager of the Wyoming State Museum. Louise is the former director of the South Dakota State Museum and will begin her new duties Aug. 8. “Helen was chosen to lead the Wyoming State Museum within a very competitive field of candidates,” Cultural Resources Administrative Sara Needles said.
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Call for proposals: City of Moscow, Idaho

Call for proposals for the Wren Welcome Garden The City of Moscow, Idaho is requesting applications from professional artists who can demonstrate qualifications for producing outdoor public art. Eligibility is open to artists, architects and design teams living in Idaho, Washington, Oregon, Montana and Wyoming. From this pre–qualified pool, three semi–finalists will be paid $500 each to prepare detailed site–specific proposals for the design, fabrication and
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