Wyoming Arts Council

Fall 2013 Piatigorsky Tour features Li Qing on violin and Richard Dowling on piano

Violinist Li Qing and pianist Richard Dowling will be touring sites in the western half of Wyoming this fall.  These Piatigorsky Foundation concerts are free and open to the public. Here’s the schedule: Monday, Sept. 9 – Powell Concert: 7pm Northwest College, Nelson Performing Arts Auditorium,  231 W. Sixth Street, Powell Wyoming 82435 Sponsored by Northwest
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Cheech Marin presents “Chicano Art: Cultivating the Chicano Future” at UW Sept. 6-7

This comes from the latest Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund newsletter: Well-known entertainer Cheech Marin, who has gained additional acclaim as a collector of Chicano art, is scheduled to visit the University of Wyoming campus and present two public programs on September 6-7. Marin will speak about art at 4 p.m., Friday, September 6, in the
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Cheech Marin presents "Chicano Art: Cultivating the Chicano Future" at UW Sept. 6-7

This comes from the latest Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund newsletter: Well-known entertainer Cheech Marin, who has gained additional acclaim as a collector of Chicano art, is scheduled to visit the University of Wyoming campus and present two public programs on September 6-7. Marin will speak about art at 4 p.m., Friday, September 6, in the
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Pinedale Fine Arts Council seeks executive director

The Pinedale Fine Arts Council is looking for an executive director. Salary is $50,000 annually plus an insurance stipend and paid vacation. Open until filled. Applications will start to be reviewed on August 23, 2013. Details: http://www.pinedalefinearts.com/images/PFAC_ED_Description.pdf

WAC Announces 2013 Creative Writing Fellowship Winners

The Wyoming Arts Council is pleased to announce the recipients of this year’s creative writing fellowships in creative nonfiction. They are Chad Hanson of Casper, Mary Beth Baptiste of Laramie and Cheyenne’s Heather Jensen. They each will receive a $3,000 award plus a $500 stipend to travel to Casper to read their work at the
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Cheyenne DDA earmarks funds for study of downtown live/work spaces for artists

This news comes from the latest e-mail newsletter from Arts Cheyenne: The Cheyenne Downtown Development Authority has earmarked funds to have Artspace Projects, Inc. study downtown Cheyenne for a possible artist live/work space. The DDA Board approved $15,000 for the feasibility study, designed to identify appropriate downtown Cheyenne structures to house this unique type of
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Art on the Green lands on historic Expedition Island Aug. 16-17

The Green River Arts Council presents the ninth annual Art on the Green on August 16 and 17 at the historic Expedition Island where, 1869, John Wesley Powell launched his famous three-month trip down the Green and Colorado rivers that included the first known passage through the Grand Canyon. Thirty-eight 2D and 3D artists from across Wyoming and beyond will
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Fiber Arts Festival set for Aug. 23-25 in Laramie

Llamas will be walking city streets and kids printing fabric using raw vegetables on the weekend of Aug. 23-25. And that’s just for starters. Thirty fiber artists from southeast Wyoming will gather in downtown Laramie for the First Annual Laramie Fiber Festival. Activities include workshops, hands-on activities, demonstrations, exhibits and sales. Representatives from ranches and
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David Kreitzer’s one-man show held over until Aug. 24 at the CFAC in Rock Springs

Great news! The exhibit of long-time professional artist David Kreitzer has been held over until Aug. 24 at the Community Fine Arts Center, 400 C Street, Rock Springs. Kreitzer, who attended high school in Rock Springs 1958 through 1960 and now lives in California, opened the exhibit on July 9. It was scheduled to end
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David Kreitzer's one-man show held over until Aug. 24 at the CFAC in Rock Springs

Great news! The exhibit of long-time professional artist David Kreitzer has been held over until Aug. 24 at the Community Fine Arts Center, 400 C Street, Rock Springs. Kreitzer, who attended high school in Rock Springs 1958 through 1960 and now lives in California, opened the exhibit on July 9. It was scheduled to end
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