Wyoming Arts Council

Chuck Kimmerle’s photos featured in Lenswork magazine and at Minneapolis exhibit

Chuck Kimmerle Casper photographer Chuck Kimmerle is to be featured in the March-April, 2012 issue of Lenswork magazine, a bi-monthly, international journal of fine-art photography. The 13 images selected by the editors for publication are from among those Kimmerle created during his recent artist residency in Zion National Park. In addition to the hard-copy of
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Chuck Kimmerle's photos featured in Lenswork magazine and at Minneapolis exhibit

Chuck Kimmerle Casper photographer Chuck Kimmerle is to be featured in the March-April, 2012 issue of Lenswork magazine, a bi-monthly, international journal of fine-art photography. The 13 images selected by the editors for publication are from among those Kimmerle created during his recent artist residency in Zion National Park. In addition to the hard-copy of
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"Sequencing Through Time and Space" March 13 at UW

"Sequencing Through Time and Space" March 13 at UW

"Titanic" reenactment at Jackson Hole Middle School on March 14

From the Teton County Public Library: Teton County Library invites the community to come aboard the “Titanic” for a fun, historical reenactment and discussion of the fateful night this famously “unsinkable” ship hit an iceberg a century ago and the unthinkable happened. On Wednesday, March 14, beginning at 7 p.m., would-be passengers may come to the Jackson
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"Titanic" reenactment at Jackson Hole Middle School on March 14

From the Teton County Public Library: Teton County Library invites the community to come aboard the “Titanic” for a fun, historical reenactment and discussion of the fateful night this famously “unsinkable” ship hit an iceberg a century ago and the unthinkable happened. On Wednesday, March 14, beginning at 7 p.m., would-be passengers may come to the Jackson
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From the Teton County Public Library: Teton County Library invites the community to come aboard the “Titanic” for a fun, historical reenactment and discussion of the fateful night this famously “unsinkable” ship hit an iceberg a century ago and the unthinkable happened. On Wednesday, March 14, beginning at 7 p.m., would-be passengers may come to the Jackson
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