Wyoming Arts Council

Help wanted: Ucross Foundation

The Ucross Foundation, an artist residency program in northern Wyoming, is looking for a development director and a paid intern. Here are the details: Development Director The Ucross Foundation is a 30-year old nonprofit organization that operates an internationally known artists-in-residence program in northeastern Wyoming, supporting approximately 90 artists each year.  Located on an historic
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Music, arts and fireworks at First Night Casper Dec. 31

CASPER FIRST NIGHT 2012 Downtown Casper, Saturday, Dec. 31, 5-10:15 p.m. Nine different venues in Downtown Casper including: The Nicolaysen Art Museum, Rialto, Natrona County Public Library, Yellowstone Garage, The Children’s Theatre in the Commissary Mall, 1st United Methodist Church, First Interstate Bank, The Scienze Zone and The Downtown Grille, will have live entertainment and
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Reboot the Robot and Kelsi Rivera perform Dec. 28 at Paramount Cafe in downtown Cheyenne

Reboot the Robot (Jon Ware) and Kelsi Rivera will perform an acoustic concert on Wednesday, Dec. 28, 6-8 p.m. at the Paramount Café, 1607 Capitol Ave., Cheyenne . This is the newly-opened café’s first event so come on down and support indie music and indie business in downtown Cheyenne. Hear songs by Reboot the Robot
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Legacy of Chris LeDoux explored in latest issue of Ranch & Reata magazine

Some good reading about the late Chris LeDoux, musician and rodeo cowboy of Kaycee. Read the articles here.

Legacy of Chris LeDoux explored in latest issue of Ranch & Reata magazine

Some good reading about the late Chris LeDoux, musician and rodeo cowboy of Kaycee. Read the articles here.

Year in Review: Public art projects blossomed throughout the state in 2011

It was a big year for public art projects in Wyoming. Wyomingarts reported on a number of them across the state but still missed a few. The best-known one probably was the environmental-themed artwork at UW by British land artist Chris Drury. Carbon Sink: What Goes Around, Comes Around was installed by the artist in
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One more week to view WAC 2010-2011 fellowship biennial at Art Association Gallery in Jackson

If you haven’t seen WAC fellowship recipient Adrienne Vetter’s “Custom/Indian” installation at the Art Association Gallery, you still have a week to do so. The truck cab seems to burst through the gallery wall. The trunk hood comes complete with a Native-American design. The interior beadwork (in photo below) is by Colleen Friday. A projector
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"Three Painters and a Potter" exhibit runs through Jan. 9 at the Big Piney Branch Library

“Idyll,” 8×10 inches, oil, by Charmian McLellan (availableat Vertical Peaks Fine Art Gallery in Jackson). McLellanis featured in the exhibit at the Big Piney Library.  “Three Painters and a Potter,” an art show featuring the area’s finest artists, will be held through Monday, January 9, at the Big Piney Library. Participating artists are Sublette County favorites
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"Three Painters and a Potter" exhibit runs through Jan. 9 at the Big Piney Branch Library

“Idyll,” 8×10 inches, oil, by Charmian McLellan (availableat Vertical Peaks Fine Art Gallery in Jackson). McLellanis featured in the exhibit at the Big Piney Library.  “Three Painters and a Potter,” an art show featuring the area’s finest artists, will be held through Monday, January 9, at the Big Piney Library. Participating artists are Sublette County favorites
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Wyoming Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails offers First Day Hikes

From our colleagues over at the Wyoming Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails: Wyoming State Parks will sponsor free, guided hikes in four state parks and historic sites on New Year’s Day as part of America’s State Parks First Day Hikes initiative in all 50 states. America’s State Parks First Day Hikes offer
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