Wyoming Arts Council

U.S. arts and cultural sector contributes significant amount to GDP

The official economic news is in — the arts and cultural sector contributes a significant amount to the gross domestic product (GDP). According to the new Arts and Cultural (ACP) measure, 3.2 percent — $504 billion — of current-dollar GDP in 2011 was attributed to arts and culture. In comparison, the Bureau of Economic Analysis estimated value
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Requests for qualifications: Jackson Hole Public Art

From Jackson Hole Public Art: February 3, 2014: APPLICATIONS DUE. TO APPLY GO TO:  www.callforentry.org. TO LEARN MORE VISIT: http://www.jhpublicart.org/opportunities-2/ Applications may be limited to the first 200 received. SOUTH CACHE STREET: CUSTOM PAVERS & STREET PAINTING TOTAL BUDGET $18,000 (Custom Pavers: $15,000, Street Painting: $3,000) The Town of Jackson announces a request for artists to
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Wyoming Poet Leaureate will deliver keynote at Winter Gathering Bookfair

Wyoming Poet Laureate Echo Roy Klaproth will be the keynote speaker and workshop leader for the fifth annual Winter Gathering Bookfair from 1-5 p.m. on Saturday, Jan. 18, at the Park County Public Library in Cody. Her interactive session is called “It’s Done with Mirrors — Finding Voice in a Hazy, Crazy World.” It’s intended
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