Wyoming Arts Council

Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival offers live stream Feb. 29 of TED Conference

Join us on Wednesday, February 29, for a FREE live stream of day two of the TED Conference in Long Beach. This is a FREE event made possible by the Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival and the Center for the Arts. Pick up tickets at the Center for the Arts box office. FMI: 307-733-4900. The Lab:
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Master printer and WAC roster artist Mike Parker conducts residency for Park County students

Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Mike Parker was featured in a story in the Billings Gazette (reprinted today in the Casper Star-Tribune). Reporter Martin Kidston chronicled Mike’s two-day residency at the BBHC for Park County students. He instructed them on traditional printing methods. For more about Mike, go to https://wyoarts.state.wy.us/Roster/Artist.aspx?ID=92. Photo by Martin Kidston.

Encana purchases student-made glass art centerpieces featured at Feb. 24 Governor’s Arts awards gala

Riverton High School Principal Joanne Flannigan (left) and arts teacher Marianne Vinich at Governor’s Arts Awards gala Feb. 24 in Cheyenne. From County 10 in Fremont County: The art glass centerpieces at the 30th Annual Wyoming Governor’s Arts Awards held Friday night in Cheyenne came from the imagination of Riverton High School Art Students enrolled
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Encana purchases student-made glass art centerpieces featured at Feb. 24 Governor's Arts awards gala

Riverton High School Principal Joanne Flannigan (left) and arts teacher Marianne Vinich at Governor’s Arts Awards gala Feb. 24 in Cheyenne. From County 10 in Fremont County: The art glass centerpieces at the 30th Annual Wyoming Governor’s Arts Awards held Friday night in Cheyenne came from the imagination of Riverton High School Art Students enrolled
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Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition call for entries will be in the mail this week

The Wyoming State Museum’s Curator of Art, David L. Newell, reports that the Call for Entries for the 2012 Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition and Sale are mailing this week. “The show is slightly later this year and we are also experimenting the a new venue and format. The exhibition will be held at the Hynds
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Governor's Capitol Art Exhibition call for entries will be in the mail this week

The Wyoming State Museum’s Curator of Art, David L. Newell, reports that the Call for Entries for the 2012 Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition and Sale are mailing this week. “The show is slightly later this year and we are also experimenting the a new venue and format. The exhibition will be held at the Hynds
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CORRECTION: Harpist Dave Shaul and piper Jim Taylor perform in concert March 16, not March 18

The “Made in Wyoming” Chamber Music Series is pleased to announce a substitute concert for the concert scheduled for March 18.  The concert will have a seasonal, Celtic theme.  For reservations, please call 307-214-2359 or email to WyomingChamberMusic@yahoo.com. The new concert on Friday, March 16, features Celtic music from all six Celtic cultures, with Dave
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Call for applicants: Signal Fire Arts in Oregon

Signal Fire is pleased to announce our 2012 programs and Call for Applicants. We are now accepting applications from all creative disciplines for the 4th annual Outpost Residency and the 2012 Overture Backpacking Retreat. Applications are due March 15, 2012. Signal Fire was formed in 2008 by activist Amy Harwood and artist Ryan Pierce in
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Cheyenne native Daniel Junge wins best documentary short Oscar for "Saving Face"

Cheyenne native and East High School grad Daniel Junge, left, and Sharmeen Obaid-Chinoy of Pakistan accept their Oscar for best documentary short, “Saving Face,” at the 84th Annual Academy Awards Sunday night in L.A. Junge now lives in Denver.

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