Wyoming Arts Council

New Deal exhibit opens May 1 at Wyoming State Museum

Press release from SPCR PIO Gary Schoene: The Wyoming State Museum opens a new temporary exhibit, “Art as Work, Work as Art: Wyoming’s New Deal Legacy,” May 1. The exhibit will remain on display through February 1. An opening reception for the exhibit is scheduled for May 2, 5 – 7 p.m. The reception features
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Promoting Arts in Lander Schools (PALS) looking for new director

Promoting Arts in Lander Schools (PALS) is seeking a new director. This flexible, quarter-time position offers opportunities to meet with talented artists, collaborate with teachers and schools, partner with other organizations, and work to make education more engaging for Lander’s students. The director serves as the face of PALS, and requires excellent communication, organization, and
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Teton County Library and Culture Front want your Six-Word Memoir

From the Teton County Public Library: Sometimes less is more. Can you give a snapshot from your life using only and exactly six words? Teton County Library and Culture Front invite you to submit your personal story to the Six-Word Memoir Exhibit, to be shown in the community this June. Readers of Smith Magazine will
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LCCC’s “Billboard” explores battle among commercialism, fame, art and love

The Laramie County Community College Theater presents Billboard by Michael Vukadinovich Billboard is a comedy about the battle among commercialism, fame, art and love. Andy, a recent college graduate weighed down by student loans, gets paid a great deal to tattoo a corporate logo on his forehead. The decision has both tragic and comic consequences
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LCCC's "Billboard" explores battle among commercialism, fame, art and love

The Laramie County Community College Theater presents Billboard by Michael Vukadinovich Billboard is a comedy about the battle among commercialism, fame, art and love. Andy, a recent college graduate weighed down by student loans, gets paid a great deal to tattoo a corporate logo on his forehead. The decision has both tragic and comic consequences
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UW Flute Quartet concert will raise funds for Wyoming Flute Day

University of Wyoming music professor Nicole Riner sends this info about a concert fund-raiser in Cheyenne: The University of Wyoming Flute Quartet will perform a free concert at St. Mark’s Cathedral, 1908 Central Avenue in Cheyenne, on Sunday, April 21, at 3 p.m.  A free-will donation basket will be available with all proceeds helping to fund the
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Works by 52 Wyoming artists selected for 2013 Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition

From David Newell, curator of exhibits at the Wyoming State Museum: Works by 52 Wyoming artists will be featured in the 2013 Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition and Sale. Now in its 14th year, the juried exhibition will be on display June 1 through June 30, at the Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne. The Purchase Award
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Works by 52 Wyoming artists selected for 2013 Governor's Capitol Art Exhibition

From David Newell, curator of exhibits at the Wyoming State Museum: Works by 52 Wyoming artists will be featured in the 2013 Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition and Sale. Now in its 14th year, the juried exhibition will be on display June 1 through June 30, at the Wyoming State Museum in Cheyenne. The Purchase Award
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Barbara Bragg brings her father’s Wyoming stories to the Autry in L.A.

Barbara Bragg used to listen to her father Bill’s stories around the campfire in the backyard of their Casper home and on long drives across Wyoming. She got involved in theatre at a young age. She went on to earn a bachelor’s degree at the University of Utah and master’s at Yale University before moving
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Barbara Bragg brings her father's Wyoming stories to the Autry in L.A.

Barbara Bragg used to listen to her father Bill’s stories around the campfire in the backyard of their Casper home and on long drives across Wyoming. She got involved in theatre at a young age. She went on to earn a bachelor’s degree at the University of Utah and master’s at Yale University before moving
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