Wyoming Arts Council

Tips on Getting your Art Recognized and selling your art

Would you like to sell more art?? Are you ready to be recognized for your work?Join us for . . .Shameless Self-Promotion, A No-Excuses Art Marketing WorkshopSaturday, June 23, at the Laramie Plains Civic Center, Laramie, WY 9:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.Registration is $75 until May 23    You’ll learn• How to write a better artist
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Sculpture and portraits highlight summer line-up at UW Art Museum

Two new exhibitions opened Saturday at the UW Art Museum. Artist Linda Fleming was at the museum last week to help install her exhibition, Linda Fleming: Modeling the Universe, which include more than 60 maquettes and one large-scale sculpture on the terrace. The maquettes offer insight into her creative process, while the large work, just outside
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Margo’s Pottery in Buffalo features Courtney Murphy’s terra cotta pottery June 7-Aug. 11

Terra cotta pottery by Courtney Murphy, Helena, Mont. Top: Nesting Set in Yellow; bottom: Yellowboat. This summer, Margo’s Pottery and Fine Crafts in Buffalo is featuring the terra cotta pottery of Helena, Montana, artist Courtney Murphy. Murphy began working with clay when she lived in Brooklyn, New York. She spent several years working for potters in
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Margo's Pottery in Buffalo features Courtney Murphy's terra cotta pottery June 7-Aug. 11

Terra cotta pottery by Courtney Murphy, Helena, Mont. Top: Nesting Set in Yellow; bottom: Yellowboat. This summer, Margo’s Pottery and Fine Crafts in Buffalo is featuring the terra cotta pottery of Helena, Montana, artist Courtney Murphy. Murphy began working with clay when she lived in Brooklyn, New York. She spent several years working for potters in
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A classic western and an Oscar-winning documentary on tap at CIFF

The Cheyenne International Film Festival program for 2012 is completed. The CIFF May 17-20 is highlighted by Cheyenne native Daniel Junge and his Oscar-winning documentary “Saving Face.” He’ll be on hand and in person at a reception taking place on the Mezzanine of the Plains Hotel on Saturday, May 19. The screening takes place across
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Annual spring concert May 8 at Buffalo High School

The Buffalo High School Music Department is proud to announce their Annual Spring Music Concert on Tuesday, May 8, 7 p.m. in the BHS Auditorium. Admission is free. The concert will include performances by the Concert Band, Percussion Ensemble, Men’s Choir, Balladiers, Una Voce, and Gold Singers. These groups represented the Town of Buffalo well at
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Job opportunity: Lander Art Center

Lander Art Center is looking for a new executive director. Go here for job description.

Indian Removal Act topic of next Wyoming State Museum lecture

The Indian Removal Act, an unpopular and controversial part of the settlement of the American West, will be the focus of this month’s Wyoming State Museum lecture series presentation, May 8 at 7 p.m. Dr. Robert Munkres, of Estes Park, Colo., presents “Indian Removal: The Dark Side of American History.” His presentation discusses the problematic
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University of Wyoming’s "Opera in a Gym" tours Wyoming schools May 7-11

The University of Wyoming’s Fine Arts Outreach, in conjunction with the UW Department of Music, is bringing the “Opera in a Gym” program to Wyoming school children the next two weeks. “Opera in a Gym,” created by Larry Hensel, UW Department of Music professor, provides a unique interactive and imaginative theatrical and musical experience for
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University of Wyoming's "Opera in a Gym" tours Wyoming schools May 7-11

The University of Wyoming’s Fine Arts Outreach, in conjunction with the UW Department of Music, is bringing the “Opera in a Gym” program to Wyoming school children the next two weeks. “Opera in a Gym,” created by Larry Hensel, UW Department of Music professor, provides a unique interactive and imaginative theatrical and musical experience for
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