Wyoming Arts Council

Pres. Obama: "Art in all its forms challenges us to consider new perspectives and rethink how we see the world"

THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary issued a proclamation today from President Obama regarding National Arts and Humanities Month 2011. The proclamation reads as follows: Norman Rockwell’s magazine covers are classic and recognizable portrayals of American life. A longtime advocate of tolerance, Rockwell was criticized by some for a painting now hanging steps
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Pres. Obama: "Art in all its forms challenges us to consider new perspectives and rethink how we see the world"

THE WHITE HOUSE Office of the Press Secretary issued a proclamation today from President Obama regarding National Arts and Humanities Month 2011. The proclamation reads as follows: Norman Rockwell’s magazine covers are classic and recognizable portrayals of American life. A longtime advocate of tolerance, Rockwell was criticized by some for a painting now hanging steps
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On the road with filmmaker Alan O’Hashi: the historic Sommers ranch near Pinedale

iPhone Moment – Visiting the Sommers Ranch from Indie Media: The New Journalism on Vimeo. Cheyenne filmmaker Alan O’Hashi filmed this clip of the historic Sommers ranch with his iPhone and edited it with the iMovie app. That seems amazing, considering the quality. Alan filmed the ranch on his way to the Convergence Wyoming conference
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On the road with filmmaker Alan O'Hashi: the historic Sommers ranch near Pinedale

iPhone Moment – Visiting the Sommers Ranch from Indie Media: The New Journalism on Vimeo. Cheyenne filmmaker Alan O’Hashi filmed this clip of the historic Sommers ranch with his iPhone and edited it with the iMovie app. That seems amazing, considering the quality. Alan filmed the ranch on his way to the Convergence Wyoming conference
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Christi Mitchell performs her one-woman shows Oct. 13 at the Hynds during Art Design & Dine

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Christi Mitchell performs her one-woman shows Oct. 13 at the Hynds during Art Design & Dine

www.christimitchellworkshops.com

"Pushing the Print" show opens Oct. 7 at WWCC

Liliane Francuz, transfer print of Paris Metro advertisements, 16×16 inches Florence McEwin, intaglio solar etch, chine colle, 13.5×13.75 inches The works of three artists, including Florence McEwin and Liliane Francuz, will be on display at the Western Wyoming Community College Art Show “Pushing the Print” which opens October 7 and runs through November 17. The
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"Pushing the Print" show opens Oct. 7 at WWCC

Liliane Francuz, transfer print of Paris Metro advertisements, 16×16 inches Florence McEwin, intaglio solar etch, chine colle, 13.5×13.75 inches The works of three artists, including Florence McEwin and Liliane Francuz, will be on display at the Western Wyoming Community College Art Show “Pushing the Print” which opens October 7 and runs through November 17. The
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Ted Kooser’s American Life in Poetry Column 341

BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE, 2004-2006 Here’s a poem of mixed feelings by Don Thompson to help us launch October. Thompson lives in Buttonwillow, California, which sounds like the name of a town in a children’s story, don’t you think? October I used to think the landhad something to say to us,back when wildflowerswould
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Ted Kooser's American Life in Poetry Column 341

BY TED KOOSER, U.S. POET LAUREATE, 2004-2006 Here’s a poem of mixed feelings by Don Thompson to help us launch October. Thompson lives in Buttonwillow, California, which sounds like the name of a town in a children’s story, don’t you think? October I used to think the landhad something to say to us,back when wildflowerswould
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