Wyoming Arts Council

Four Teton County artists explore the "New Frontier" on March 27

“New Frontier: Artists Re-Imagining the Old West” is a cocktail-hour chat with Tony Birkholz, Kelly Halpin, Abbie Miller (2013 WAC visual arts fellowship recipient) and Travis Walker on Wednesday, March 27, 5:30 p.m. in the Pink Garter Theatre, 50 W. Broadway, Jackson. Topics will include film, animation, sculpture, painting, and ideas that chart new paths
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Sheridan Artists Guild selects Jody Sauers as new executive director

From a press release: The Sheridan Artists Guild, the non-profit organization that operates the Sagebrush Art Center, announces the employment of a  new  Executive Director — Jody Sauers.  Jody assumed duties  as Executive Director at the Art Center the beginning of February.  “Her job responsibilities are financially based with fund raising for the organization and
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Nicolaysen features artwork by Rawlins’ artist Joshua Ray Smith March 8-April 21

From a NIC press release: Casper’s Nicolaysen Art Museum will exhibit the sculpture, furniture and photography of WAC roster artist Joshua Ray Smith of Rawlins from March 8–April 21. There will be a reception with the artist on Thursday, March 14, at 6 p.m. FREE to the public. With a sensitive awareness to the impact
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Nicolaysen features artwork by Rawlins' artist Joshua Ray Smith March 8-April 21

From a NIC press release: Casper’s Nicolaysen Art Museum will exhibit the sculpture, furniture and photography of WAC roster artist Joshua Ray Smith of Rawlins from March 8–April 21. There will be a reception with the artist on Thursday, March 14, at 6 p.m. FREE to the public. With a sensitive awareness to the impact
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Call for entries: Jackson Hole Wildlife Film Festival

Governor Matt Mead signs HB177 into law

Call for nominations: Americans for the Arts’ Public Art Network’s Year in Review program

Wyoming has experienced a boom in public art projects during the past decade. The Public Art Network’s Year in Review program is the only national program that specifically recognizes public art projects. Up to 50 projects are selected annually through an open-call application process and selected by two to three jurors. The projects are available on CD-Rom in
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Call for nominations: Americans for the Arts' Public Art Network's Year in Review program

Wyoming has experienced a boom in public art projects during the past decade. The Public Art Network’s Year in Review program is the only national program that specifically recognizes public art projects. Up to 50 projects are selected annually through an open-call application process and selected by two to three jurors. The projects are available on CD-Rom in
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Submission deadline March 15 for Wyoming Writers, Inc., annual writing contest

Do you have a masterpiece tucked away in a drawer? Is a brand new story or poem playing around in that grey matter between your ears? Enter your work in the 2013 Wyoming Writers, Inc., writing contest. But hurry — the postmark deadline for entries is March 15. In addition to children’s, adult short stories, nonfiction,
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Public art workshops offered for free March 6-7 in Jackson w/update

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