Wyoming Arts Council

British land artist Chris Drury at work in Laramie on new piece for "Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational"

This post comes from UW Art Museum Director Susan Moldenhauer (via Facebook): British land artist Chris Drury is on location at the University of Wyoming (see photo) to create a new work for the Art Museum’s exhibition, “Sculpture: A Wyoming Invitational!” Check the University of Wyoming Art Museum FB or blog at http://www.facebook.com/l/BAQDMk7vDAQB6vOXYFPw6pOCvqvqiSdVeSXHW_eDNsWwWjw/www.uwartmuseum.blogspot.com for progress reports and pix!
Continue →

Juan Laden’s "Ecuador Images" exhibit opens Aug. 5 in Lander

Lander photographer Juan Laden sends this word about an upcoming exhibition: Last winter I got the opportunity to spend two months in Mompiche, Ecuador, a small fishing village about an hour north of the Equator. The show is called “Middle Latitudes, Equal Attitudes, Ecuador Images.” It will show at the Old Town Coffee, 300 Main,
Continue →

Juan Laden's "Ecuador Images" exhibit opens Aug. 5 in Lander

Lander photographer Juan Laden sends this word about an upcoming exhibition: Last winter I got the opportunity to spend two months in Mompiche, Ecuador, a small fishing village about an hour north of the Equator. The show is called “Middle Latitudes, Equal Attitudes, Ecuador Images.” It will show at the Old Town Coffee, 300 Main,
Continue →

Cokeville sponsors Minerva Teichert Exhibit and Invitational Art Show July 22-23

  From a press release: Please join us in Cokeville for the 2011 Minerva Teichert Exhibit and Invitational Art Show. Experience exceptional art exhibits by pioneering artist Minerva Teichert and an invitational art show featuring some of the nation’s top western, wildlife and landscape artists including: Clark Kelly Price, Grant Redden, Michael Ome Untiedt, Linda Curley Christensen,
Continue →

LCCC Literary Connection set for Sept. 30-Oct. 1

Margaret Coel’s new novel will  debut Sept. 4 Three fine writers will discuss their work and lead a workshop this fall at Laramie County Community College in Cheyenne. LCCC Foundation presents the “Literary Connection” in the LCCC Health Science Building, Room 111/113, on Friday, September 30, 9 a.m.–1 p.m. This is a free writing workshop with Colorado mystery
Continue →

Mike Corso recreates the past

Nice article in Sunday’s Wyoming Tribune-Eagle about Mike Corso, our colleague in the Department of State Parks and Cultural Resources. By day, Mike manages all of our web sites and is building the WAC’s new Online Artists Image Registry. In his free time, he dons the guises of Doc Holliday, Bat Masterson or Wyoming Territorial
Continue →

NASAA guidebook shows ways to engage adolescents in the arts

From NASAA (National Assembly of State Arts Agencies) Notes: Meaningful engagement in arts education can have a life-changing impact on teens. An initiative and guidebook from the National Guild for Community Arts Education, Engaging Adolescents: Building Youth Participation in the Arts outlines a holistic approach that integrates arts learning with principles of youth development. It is designed to
Continue →

UW’s "A… My Name is Alice" is "a boodle of laughs"

The University of Wyoming’s 2011 Snowy Range Summer Theatre season closes with “A … My Name Is Alice,” a bright and lively musical revue that presents a funny, bawdy and insightful kaleidoscope of contemporary women. Directed by Leigh Selting, “A … My Name Is Alice” runs at 7:30 nightly July 12-16 inside the Fine Arts
Continue →

UW's "A… My Name is Alice" is "a boodle of laughs"

The University of Wyoming’s 2011 Snowy Range Summer Theatre season closes with “A … My Name Is Alice,” a bright and lively musical revue that presents a funny, bawdy and insightful kaleidoscope of contemporary women. Directed by Leigh Selting, “A … My Name Is Alice” runs at 7:30 nightly July 12-16 inside the Fine Arts
Continue →

Jenni Calder speaks on "The Scots of Wyoming in Cheyenne" on July 10

Jenni Calder, author of Frontier Scots, speaks on “The Scots of Wyoming in Cheyenne,” on Sunday, July 10, 2-4 p.m., at Barnes & Noble in Cheyenne. Jenni Calder was Head of Publications for the National Museum of Scotland, and is currently President of Scottish PEN. Listing herself as a “Poet, writer,” for the Scottish Book
Continue →

Cancel