Wyoming Arts Council

Stan Dolega's "Wind Code" installed at new Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center

From David Newell, Curator of Art at the Wyoming State Museum: “Wind Code” took its place Monday at the new Southeast Wyoming Welcome Center south of Cheyenne on I-25. Laramie sculptor Stan Dolega and company endured searing heat and an unrelenting sun, and then rain and wind, to wrestle the massive steel and stone structure
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SAVE THE DATE! UCROSS FOUNDATION ART GALLERY Friday, August 10, 2012 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Artist reception and talk with JOEL OSTLIND and ARIN WADDELL with special guest, MINDY BESAW Curator, Whitney Gallery of Western Art Buffalo Bill Historical Center UCROSS FOUNDATION ART GALLERY30 Big Red Lane in Ucross, WY FMI: 307-737-2291 or info@ucross.org

Rockin the Reservoir July 21 at Buffalo Bill State Park

The Second Annual Rockin the Reservoir Outdoor Music Festival, featuring a variety of different bands to satisfy various musical tastes, is scheduled for July 21 from 5:30-11 p.m., at Buffalo Bill State Park in celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the Wyoming Division of State Parks, Historic Sites and Trails. This family-friendly event is held
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SAVE THIS DATE! UCROSS FOUNDATION ART GALLERY Friday, August 10, 2012 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m. Artist reception and talk with JOEL OSTLIND and ARIN WADDELL with special guest, MINDY BESAW Curator, Whitney Gallery of Western Art Buffalo Bill Historical Center Arin Waddell The Barn/The Barn Swallow Joel Ostlind Crenellated Country UCROSS FOUNDATION ART GALLERY
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Susan Grinels’ pastels focus on the "presence and attitude" of Wyoming wildlife

“Jackson Hole Bison,” Susan Grinels, 6×6 Susan Grinels recently received an Individual Artist Professional Development grant to attend a workshop in Big Timber, Mont. While talking with WAC staff about her IAPD final report, Susan mentioned that she’s been in a number of recent exhibits and will have five pieces in the upcoming national show
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Susan Grinels' pastels focus on the "presence and attitude" of Wyoming wildlife

“Jackson Hole Bison,” Susan Grinels, 6×6 Susan Grinels recently received an Individual Artist Professional Development grant to attend a workshop in Big Timber, Mont. While talking with WAC staff about her IAPD final report, Susan mentioned that she’s been in a number of recent exhibits and will have five pieces in the upcoming national show
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UW Writing Project and Dept. of Ed team up for week-long writing workshop in Laramie

This info comes from a UW press release. Writing Project workshops are great because writing teachers take classes from actual writers who also have teaching experience. It’s fun too, and includes an open mic session July 18 at Night Heron Books with some fine Laramie writers. The sessions start July 16 so sign up soon. Here are
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Clay Paper Scissors features Lotte Paul’s flowers and landscapes

From Camellia El-Antably of the Clay Paper Scissors Gallery in Cheyenne: For those of you who have not yet seen Lotte Paul’s paintings, they are still up at Clay Paper Scissors Gallery & Studio through July! Lotte painted prolifically for many years and especially loved flowers and landscapes. They are being sold for very reasonable
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Clay Paper Scissors features Lotte Paul's flowers and landscapes

From Camellia El-Antably of the Clay Paper Scissors Gallery in Cheyenne: For those of you who have not yet seen Lotte Paul’s paintings, they are still up at Clay Paper Scissors Gallery & Studio through July! Lotte painted prolifically for many years and especially loved flowers and landscapes. They are being sold for very reasonable
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Casting call for "Cheyenne Cab"

From Punched in the Head Productions: “Do you want a chance to be on TV? New York City based television production company is looking for regular people to drive taxicabs for Cheyenne Frontier Days. This is an opportunity to drive for a local cab company, with the potential to participate in a new reality television
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