Wyoming Arts Council

NASAA Notes recognizes efforts of Wyoming arts educators

NASAA Notes showcases “state arts agency ingenuity.” This month, the persistence of Wyoming arts educators gets a nod with the passage of House Bill 177. The bill “modified eligibility for Hathaway scholarships to require two years of instruction in the arts, in career-vocational education or in a foreign language.” Thanks, NASAA! Read all about it
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NASAA Notes recognizes efforts of Wyoming arts educators

NASAA Notes showcases “state arts agency ingenuity.” This month, the persistence of Wyoming arts educators gets a nod with the passage of House Bill 177. The bill “modified eligibility for Hathaway scholarships to require two years of instruction in the arts, in career-vocational education or in a foreign language.” Thanks, NASAA! Read all about it
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Atlantic City set to make its debut as the smallest town in the U.S. with its own book festival

We don’t get many news releases from Atlantic City, pop. 37. The Miner’s Delight Inn B&B in AC is owned by two entrepreneurs who happen to be fine writers. They host an occasional art event, usually planned in tandem with a scotch-tasting, as the B&B has the best scotch selection this side of San Francisco,
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WAC announces keynote speakers for Oct. 12-14 Wyoming Arts Conference in Jackson

The Wyoming Arts Council has announced its keynote speakers for the Wyoming Arts Conference in Jackson on Oct. 12-14. Randy Cohen, Vice President of Research and Policy at Americans for the Arts in Washington, D.C., will open the conference on Saturday, Oct. 12, with a 5 p.m. presentation at the Center for the Arts. A
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Grants available to attend Wyoming Arts Conference

Interested in attending the Wyoming Arts Conference in Jackson on Oct. 12-14 but could use a little financial help? Check out the Wyoming Workforce Services Workforce Development Training Fund. Your business (non-profit and private orgs) must be registered through their system. Don’t worry — if you aren’t, there is time. Grants require a 60/40 match on expenses
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