Wyoming Arts Council

Paper making workshop Oct. 19 in Encampment

Poetry magazine features poems by the late Craig Arnold

The October issue of Poetry magazine features four poems by Craig Arnold. Arnold was a professor in the University of Wyoming creative writing program when, in 2009, he traveled to Japan to research volcanoes for a planned book of poetry. In May of that year, he disappeared while hiking on the island of Kuchinoerabujima. Here
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Elizabeth Long Lingo presents creative leadership workshops Oct. 28-29 in Jackson

Press release from the Center of Wonder in Jackson: The Center of Wonder is pleased to announce that nationally recognized creativity scholar, Elizabeth Long Lingo, Ph.D., will be in Jackson from October 28-30 to present two public workshops and consult with selected arts and creativity leaders. As the founding director of the Creative Campus Initiative
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Michael Flicek’s Casper exhibit tells “stories of imagery”

From a press release from The Corridor Gallery in Casper: The Corridor Gallery, 120 E. 2nd St., Casper, proudly announces “Short Photography Stories,” a solo photography exhibit and book release for Casper artist Michael Flicek. Flicek is an award-winning photographer and active member of The Corridor Gallery debuting all new work on Friday, October 18.
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Michael Flicek's Casper exhibit tells "stories of imagery"

From a press release from The Corridor Gallery in Casper: The Corridor Gallery, 120 E. 2nd St., Casper, proudly announces “Short Photography Stories,” a solo photography exhibit and book release for Casper artist Michael Flicek. Flicek is an award-winning photographer and active member of The Corridor Gallery debuting all new work on Friday, October 18.
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Pianist Richard Dowling returns to Wyoming Nov. 9

Richard Dowling, the pianist who toured Wyoming in September with violinist Li Qing for the Piatigorsky Foundation, returns to the state in November. Dowling will perform with the Fremont County Orchestra in the Lander Valley High School auditorium, 28 Pheasant Run in Lander, at 7 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 9. The program, “Fremont Flying Fingers” directed
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Sander Canadensis the subject of Wyoming Conservation Stamp Art competition

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Conservation Stamp Art competition continues to lead the country in state wildlife stamp art competitions in number of entries, prize money and quality of artwork. The winner will be reproduced on approximately 200,000 Conservation Stamps. The original piece of art becomes the property of the Wyoming Game and Fish
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Sander Canadensis the subject of Wyoming Conservation Stamp Art competition

The Wyoming Game and Fish Department’s Conservation Stamp Art competition continues to lead the country in state wildlife stamp art competitions in number of entries, prize money and quality of artwork. The winner will be reproduced on approximately 200,000 Conservation Stamps. The original piece of art becomes the property of the Wyoming Game and Fish
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Musser Fund offers arts and humanities grants for rural communities

Sue Breker-Dinger of the Musser Fund sends this info: The Laura Jane Musser Fund’s Rural Initiative Program offers grants of up to $25,000 to rural communities to encourage collaborative and participatory efforts that will help to strengthen their towns and regions. The program supports a number of civic areas including, but not limited to, economic development,
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WAC looking for local sponsors for grants training and information sessions

The Wyoming Arts Council is looking for local sponsors to host presentations by WAC staff members. The sessions are free and open to the public. The WAC requires: use of a meeting room; Internet access (preferably wireless); and for the local host to spread the word among its constituency. The WAC handles the rest. We
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