Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: "Politicizing Aesthetics" at USD Galleries

The University Art Galleries (UAG) at the University of South Dakota invites all professional artists and students enrolled in graduate programs to submit entries to “Politicizing Aesthetics,” a national juried exhibition. Contemporary, original artworks in new media, installation, film, print, sculpture, ceramics, painting, handmade artist books, photography, and fiber are welcome. We are looking for
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Call for entries: "Politicizing Aesthetics" at USD Galleries

The University Art Galleries (UAG) at the University of South Dakota invites all professional artists and students enrolled in graduate programs to submit entries to “Politicizing Aesthetics,” a national juried exhibition. Contemporary, original artworks in new media, installation, film, print, sculpture, ceramics, painting, handmade artist books, photography, and fiber are welcome. We are looking for
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Reid Rosenthal rides into Cheyenne to promote "Maps of Fate"

Reid Rosenthal will sign copies of “Maps of Fate,” the second novel in his “Threads West American Saga” series. He will also read from his latest book. When: Saturday May 26, 1 to 4 p.m. Location: Barnes and Noble Booksellers of Cheyenne, WY. 1851 Dell Range Blvd. Phone: 307-632-3000. Rosenthal’s books are available for sale
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Reid Rosenthal rides into Cheyenne to promote "Maps of Fate"

Reid Rosenthal will sign copies of “Maps of Fate,” the second novel in his “Threads West American Saga” series. He will also read from his latest book. When: Saturday May 26, 1 to 4 p.m. Location: Barnes and Noble Booksellers of Cheyenne, WY. 1851 Dell Range Blvd. Phone: 307-632-3000. Rosenthal’s books are available for sale
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REMINDER: Reception this evening for "A Horse, Of Course"

A public reception for “A Horse, Of Course,” one of the Wyoming State Museum’s newest exhibits, will be held May 24, from 5-7 p.m. Horses have had a huge influence on the western experience and Wyoming history, a new exhibit “A Horse, Of Course,” which opened at the Wyoming State Museum May 1, explores that relationship.
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REMINDER: Reception this evening for "A Horse, Of Course"

A public reception for “A Horse, Of Course,” one of the Wyoming State Museum’s newest exhibits, will be held May 24, from 5-7 p.m. Horses have had a huge influence on the western experience and Wyoming history, a new exhibit “A Horse, Of Course,” which opened at the Wyoming State Museum May 1, explores that relationship.
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Bill Downs on "The Writer’s Life: Creativity, Censorship and Copyright" June 2 in Jackson

Bill Downs UW news release: Writing and censorship, waterfowl management and comparisons of two popular museum exhibitions are among topics for discussion Saturday, June 2, for the summer term of Saturday U — the University of Wyoming’s free one-day college education program. A half-day of college classes and discussion begins with refreshments at 8:30 a.m.,
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Bill Downs on "The Writer's Life: Creativity, Censorship and Copyright" June 2 in Jackson

Bill Downs UW news release: Writing and censorship, waterfowl management and comparisons of two popular museum exhibitions are among topics for discussion Saturday, June 2, for the summer term of Saturday U — the University of Wyoming’s free one-day college education program. A half-day of college classes and discussion begins with refreshments at 8:30 a.m.,
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Gregory McHuron conducts free plein air painting demonstration June 9 at GTNP

Gregory McHuron painting the Chapel of the Transfiguration at last year’s “Artists in the Environment” event in Grand Teton National Park. The Grand Teton Association invites the public to join world-renowned artist Gregory I. McHuron, for a live plein air painting demonstration at Grand Teton National Park’s Blacktail Pond, one of the Park’s most beautiful
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Danielle Ate the Sandwich performs May 30 at UW

Fort Collins-based musician Danielle Anderson, who goes by the stage name Danielle Ate the Sandwich, will perform 11:45 a.m-1 p.m. Wednesday, May 30, on the University of Wyoming Simpson Plaza.An independent folk musician and songwriter, Danielle has toured nationally since 2009, playing for a loyal fan base of online followers. With her YouTube videos gaining
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