Wyoming Arts Council

Pipeline Artists' goal: "To live in a place we love and to have viable arts careers"

Help send the Pipeline Artists to the Red Dot Art Fair in Miami

Postmark deadline Oct. 31 for 2012 Blanchan/Doubleday writing awards

Postmark deadline is Oct. 31 for the 2012 Neltje Blanchan and Frank Nelson Doubleday memorial writing awards. These awards are designed to bring attention to writers in Wyoming who have not yet received wide recognition for their work, and to support emerging writers at crucial times in their careers. Poets, fiction writers, essayists, and script
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Wyoming Arts Alliance meets Nov. 13-15 in Evanston

From Lyndsay McCandless: The Wyoming Arts Alliance’s annual Booking Conference is happening November 13-15 in Evanston. This year’s conference has expanded to include workshops and show opportunities for visual artists, as well as the programs for performing artists, arts organizations and presenters. To register, go to www.wyomingarts.org. Contact Lyndsay Rowan McCandless for more information at director@wyomingarts.org

Three Casper College music ensembles perform Oct. 29

The Casper College Concert Band, Flute Ensemble, and Brass Ensemble will be in concert on Saturday, Oct. 29 at 3 p.m. in Durham Recital Hall. According to Douglas Bull, brass instructor, each group will perform a wide range of compositions. “The concert band will be playing Gustav Holst’s ‘Dance Of The Spirits Of Fire’ from
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2011 John R. Milton Writers’ Conference at USD has a real Wyoming flavor

Cody’s Mark Spragg will serve as keynote speaker for the John R. Milton Writers’ Conference at the University of South Dakota October 27-29 in Vermillion, S.D. Mark Spragg is the author of Where Rivers Change Direction, a memoir that won the 2000 Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers award, and the novels, The Fruit of Stone, An Unfinished
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2011 John R. Milton Writers' Conference at USD has a real Wyoming flavor

Cody’s Mark Spragg will serve as keynote speaker for the John R. Milton Writers’ Conference at the University of South Dakota October 27-29 in Vermillion, S.D. Mark Spragg is the author of Where Rivers Change Direction, a memoir that won the 2000 Mountains & Plains Independent Booksellers award, and the novels, The Fruit of Stone, An Unfinished
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Michael Cunningham reads in Jackson Oct. 20

Go ahead and read this fine JH Weekly interview with Michael Cunningham (“The Hours”) in advance of his Oct. 20 reading and book signing at the Center for the Arts in Jackson.

Eat at McAlister’s tonight to benefit UW Art Museum’s Shelton Studio

Eat at McAlister's tonight to benefit UW Art Museum's Shelton Studio

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