Wyoming Arts Council

"New West Art at the Hynds" opens tonight

"New West Art at the Hynds" opens tonight

Wilson’s Suzanne Morlock featured in March issue of Sculpture Magazine

The March 2012 issue of Sculpture Magazine includes a multi-page feature of Suzanne Morlock of Jackson. It’s entitled “The Green Magic of Recycling: Suzanne Morlock,” written by Katarzyna Zimna. To view the e-version, go to http://online.qmags.com/SM0312/default.aspx?pg=54&mode=2

Wilson's Suzanne Morlock featured in March issue of Sculpture Magazine

The March 2012 issue of Sculpture Magazine includes a multi-page feature of Suzanne Morlock of Jackson. It’s entitled “The Green Magic of Recycling: Suzanne Morlock,” written by Katarzyna Zimna. To view the e-version, go to http://online.qmags.com/SM0312/default.aspx?pg=54&mode=2

Carbon County Library System promises "boot-stompin’ good time" with new reading program

http://carbonlibraries.org

Carbon County Library System promises "boot-stompin' good time" with new reading program

http://carbonlibraries.org

Mid-winter fun at February Funk Festival Feb. 25 in Centennial

National Historic Trails Center exhibit celebrates the creativity of fiber arts

The National Historic Trails Interpretive Center (NHTIC) in Casper is recognizing Women’s History Month with a temporary exhibit, “Wyoming Knits! Contemporary Knitting in the Cowboy State.” A baby boy, Asher Rose, warmed with a hand-knit blanket, created by his aunt, Erin Rose.Photo by David Pelham. The exhibit opens on March 3, and runs throughout the
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Mark Jenkins: "The Healing Fields: The Legacy of War and the Search for Miss Landmine Cambodia"

From a UW press release: Acclaimed author and National Geographic field staff writer Mark Jenkins will give his photo-illustrated presentation of the devastation and suffering caused by Cambodian landmines Feb. 27-March 22 in Laramie, Cheyenne, Torrington, Riverton, Rock Springs and Powell. The forums are free and open to the public. A native of Laramie, Jenkins
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Mark Jenkins: "The Healing Fields: The Legacy of War and the Search for Miss Landmine Cambodia"

From a UW press release: Acclaimed author and National Geographic field staff writer Mark Jenkins will give his photo-illustrated presentation of the devastation and suffering caused by Cambodian landmines Feb. 27-March 22 in Laramie, Cheyenne, Torrington, Riverton, Rock Springs and Powell. The forums are free and open to the public. A native of Laramie, Jenkins
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