Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: Cheyenne International Film Festival

From Alan O’Hashi at the Cheyenne International Film Festival: The Cheyenne International Film Festival (CIFF) is now accepting entries. This year CIFF has partnered with Withoutabox for outreach and processing of film festival entries. We’re big on good stories, in fact, good stories trump production value. As usual, CIFF prefers to receive online screeners to
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Dan Hayward’s Kickstarter project raises funds for "Crow Tribal Photographs, Then and Now"

Dan Hayward's Kickstarter project raises funds for "Crow Tribal Photographs, Then and Now"

Call for entries: Open Window literary magazine, issue two

Lori Howe posted this on Facebook:Open Window is now calling for submissions for Issue 2, which is due out in late April/early May. Our call for this issue is longer than on Issue 1, thankfully. Please send:up to three poems, unless they are epic-length;up to 10 pages of fiction or non-fiction;attachments of original artwork and
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Call for proposals: Teton County Library public art project

The Board of the Teton County Library announces a request for qualifications for the fabrication and installation of a site-specific work for the library lobby. Qualifications are due on Feb. 15 2012. Three artists will be selected to visit the site, interview with the Selection Panel and receive a stipend to prepare a conceptual design. From the group
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Young Riverton man with autism creates Autisticks, the city’s latest arts-based business

Leonard Williams colors a walking stick in his Riverton bedroom. Williams, who was diagnosed with autism as an infant, started creating walking sticks as a hobby. As people began to request his creations, he opened a business called Autisticks. Each stick he creates is different. Photo by Kelsey Dayton, Casper Star-Tribune. Read the entire article here. Listen to
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Young Riverton man with autism creates Autisticks, the city's latest arts-based business

Leonard Williams colors a walking stick in his Riverton bedroom. Williams, who was diagnosed with autism as an infant, started creating walking sticks as a hobby. As people began to request his creations, he opened a business called Autisticks. Each stick he creates is different. Photo by Kelsey Dayton, Casper Star-Tribune. Read the entire article here. Listen to
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Face of Jesus appears on trailer park refrigerator; hilarity ensues in CLTP’s first play of 2012

Book your seats now for CLTP’s hilarious production of Messiah on the FrigidaireDirected by Dave Gaer The small town of Elroy, South Carolina is thrust into the middle of a media frenzy when the face of Jesus appears on a refrigerator in a trailer park. When Lou Ann, her husband Dwayne and best friend Betsy
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Face of Jesus appears on trailer park refrigerator; hilarity ensues in CLTP's first play of 2012

Book your seats now for CLTP’s hilarious production of Messiah on the FrigidaireDirected by Dave Gaer The small town of Elroy, South Carolina is thrust into the middle of a media frenzy when the face of Jesus appears on a refrigerator in a trailer park. When Lou Ann, her husband Dwayne and best friend Betsy
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NPR’s Health blog: Singing therapy is proving effective for stroke patients

Laurel Fontaine, 16, (left) and her twin sister Heather. When Laurel was 11 years old, she suffered a stroke that destroyed 80 percent of the left side of her brain. The singing therapy helped her regain the ability to speak.  From “Shots,” NPR’s Health blog: Debra Meyerson was hiking near Lake Tahoe 15 months ago when a
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