Wyoming Arts Council

UW's Happy Jacks hit the road May 13-17

The University of Wyoming male a cappella group, Happy Jacks, will embark upon their 2013 spring tour Monday, May 13, 2013. With stops scheduled in Billings, Montana, Idaho Falls, Idaho, Cody and Worland, Wyoming, this year’s promises to bring enthusiasm and excitement for singing to the region!  Auditioned out of the University of Wyoming Singing
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Connie May Fowler will serve as judge for WAC creative writing fellowships

The judge for this year’s creative writing fellowships in creative nonfiction is Connie May Fowler Connie May Fowler is a bestselling storyteller who believes in the transformative power of language. “Speak or write the words down, and the world becomes a clearer place,” she says. “Sometimes it even changes the world.” In her fiction she
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Next Art Design & Dine, Cheyenne’s In-Town Art Tour, set for May 9

Next Art Design & Dine, Cheyenne's In-Town Art Tour, set for May 9

“The Business Side of Art” theme of May 31 Native American Business Expo

Native American Business Expo The Business Side of Art  Friday, May 31, Fort Washakie, Frank B. Wise Complex, Wind River Reservation Open to all – Admission free with advance registration. Call Vickie@wrdf.org. Sponsored by Wind River Development Fund Topics and speakers  * Business Side of Art – Chuck Egnaczak, Works of Wyoming director * Taking Your Idea to Market
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"The Business Side of Art" theme of May 31 Native American Business Expo

Native American Business Expo The Business Side of Art  Friday, May 31, Fort Washakie, Frank B. Wise Complex, Wind River Reservation Open to all – Admission free with advance registration. Call Vickie@wrdf.org. Sponsored by Wind River Development Fund Topics and speakers  * Business Side of Art – Chuck Egnaczak, Works of Wyoming director * Taking Your Idea to Market
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“Wind Code” sculpture dedication

"Wind Code" sculpture dedication

WAC staff relocates during Kendrick Building construction

The Wyoming Arts Council is moving! But only temporarily. For the first time since the Kendrick Building in Cheyenne was renovated for the Arts Council in the late 1980s, the interior of the historic building is being refurbished. The staff will  be out of the building for most of the month of May. Evangeline Bratton,
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Wyoming musicians invited to enter International Blues Challenge

From the April newsletter of the Wyoming Blues & Jazz Society: 2014 INTERNATIONAL BLUES CHALLENGE Open to Any Blues Solo, Duo or Band And also the non-competitive Youth Showcase When: July 14, 2013 Where: Parkway Plaza Ballrooms Entry Fee: $50, due by June 15, 2013 Winners can compete in the INTERNATIONAL BLUES CHALLENGE IN MEMPHIS,
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