Wyoming Arts Council

Artspace comes to Cheyenne for public meetings on Jan. 29

Ballet 7220 performs "The Little Mermaid Ballet" Feb. 21-22

Ballet 7220 presents “The Little Mermaid Ballet” for two shows on Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. in the Gryphon Theatre in Laramie. Tickets are $12 adult and $8 for students, seniors and children. Info on Ballet 7220 from the group’s Facebook page: Ballet 7220 is a fresh and innovative professional ballet
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Ballet 7220 performs “The Little Mermaid Ballet” Feb. 21-22

Ballet 7220 presents “The Little Mermaid Ballet” for two shows on Feb. 21 at 7 p.m. and Feb. 22 at 2 p.m. in the Gryphon Theatre in Laramie. Tickets are $12 adult and $8 for students, seniors and children. Info on Ballet 7220 from the group’s Facebook page: Ballet 7220 is a fresh and innovative professional ballet
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Art, storytelling and music Feb. 15 at Ucross

COME TO THE UCROSS FOUNDATION ON SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 15,FOR A SPECIAL AFTERNOON OF ART, STORYTELLING AND MUSIC  May’s Baby by Chessney Sevier Really II by Teresa Jordan Gallery Reception for New Exhibition: TERESA JORDAN and CHESSNEY SEVIER with special guest HAL CANNON Ucross Foundation Art Gallery 30 Big Red Lane in Ucross Please join us for the
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Ann Simpson Artmobile hits the road with abstract art exhibition

News from the UW Artmobile: The Ann Simpson Artmobile is hitting the road in 2014 with a new curator, Erica Ramsey, and a new exhibition: “What’s That! Investigating Abstract Art!” The Artmobile offers interactive presentations about the exhibition and hands-on art workshops overseen by the curator. Programming is inquiry-based, tailored to meet the needs of
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Water is theme for new writing contest

From a UW press release: In Wyoming, water plays a key role in politics, community relationships, agriculture, natural resources debates and more. Three University of Wyoming entities have teamed up to give UW and Wyoming community college students a voice to further examine the state’s valuable resource. The Wyoming Center for Environmental Hydrology and Geophysics
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Reception Jan. 16 for “Photographing the Art of the Hunt” exhibit at Gallery 234

Peter Gibbons’ “Photographing Art of the Hunt” can be viewed Jan. 13-Feb. 6  in Gallery 234 in the lower level of the University of Wyoming Union in Laramie. A reception will take place Thursday, Jan. 16, from 5-7 p.m. in the gallery. The photographs were taken in Wyoming last summer as a joint effort between
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Reception Jan. 16 for "Photographing the Art of the Hunt" exhibit at Gallery 234

Peter Gibbons’ “Photographing Art of the Hunt” can be viewed Jan. 13-Feb. 6  in Gallery 234 in the lower level of the University of Wyoming Union in Laramie. A reception will take place Thursday, Jan. 16, from 5-7 p.m. in the gallery. The photographs were taken in Wyoming last summer as a joint effort between
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Guidelines now available for 2015 NEA grants

From a  National Endowment for the Arts press release: The National Endowment for the Arts is pleased to announce that application guidelines are now available for Art Works and Challenge America Fast-Track at the NEA’s website, arts.gov. These guidelines are for projects anticipated to take place in 2015. The Art Works and Challenge America Fast-Track programs constitute 75 percent of the NEA’s annual
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National Museum of Wildlife Art seeks director of development

From the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson: The National Museum of Wildlife Art (NMWA) seeks an experienced advancement professional with a demonstrated track record of success to bring the development activities of the Museum to the next level of sophistication and effectiveness. The Director of Development will join a strong Museum that has
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