Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: Owen Wister Review

The Owen Wister Review, the University of Wyoming’s Pushcart Prize-winning literary and arts journal, is seeking submissions for the Spring 2014 edition.  The Owen Wister Review is edited and published by an editorial staff comprised of students and graduate students from the University of Wyoming; the review recognizes art and literature of exceeding quality and excellence. Submissions
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Wyoming Arts Council board meets Feb. 27-28 in Cheyenne

Members of the Wyoming Arts Council (WAC) board will meet Feb. 27-28, at Little America in Cheyenne. The public is invited to attend. At the meeting, WAC board members will approve the slate of 2014-2015 roster artists, review a Partnership application, evaluate progress on the agency’s long-range plan, and discuss the latest statistics for the
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“Traveling Trout” reception set for Feb. 25

An opening reception for the Wyoming State Museum temporary exhibit “Traveling Trout,” is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 5-7 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Barrett Building in downtown Cheyenne. Refreshments will be served. On display through Sept. 19, 2014, “Traveling Trout” features a series of three-foot-tall trout sculptures that were decorated by Wyoming high
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"Traveling Trout" reception set for Feb. 25

An opening reception for the Wyoming State Museum temporary exhibit “Traveling Trout,” is scheduled for Tuesday, Feb. 25, from 5-7 p.m. in the Multi-Purpose Room of the Barrett Building in downtown Cheyenne. Refreshments will be served. On display through Sept. 19, 2014, “Traveling Trout” features a series of three-foot-tall trout sculptures that were decorated by Wyoming high
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Maddy and the Groove Spots launch debut EP Feb. 21 at Mangy Moose

Madelaine “Maddy” German of Jackson reached out to the Arts Council last summer for help to jump-start her music career. Maddy and the Groove Spots just launched their debut EP with help from a WAC Individual Artist Professional Development grant and a successful Kickstarter campaign. Catch the group live this Friday, Feb. 21, 9 p.m.,
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From ARTSblog: "Rethinking Cultural Districts for Small Towns in Small States"

Michael Lange, the WAC’s Community Development and the Arts specialist, wrote a blog post today for Americans for the Arts’ ARTSblog entitled “Rethinking Cultural Districts for Small Towns in Small States.” The WAC blog excerpts it here: Using cultural districts as a structure for arts and cultural activities is a central catalyst for revitalization efforts
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From ARTSblog: “Rethinking Cultural Districts for Small Towns in Small States”

Michael Lange, the WAC’s Community Development and the Arts specialist, wrote a blog post today for Americans for the Arts’ ARTSblog entitled “Rethinking Cultural Districts for Small Towns in Small States.” The WAC blog excerpts it here: Using cultural districts as a structure for arts and cultural activities is a central catalyst for revitalization efforts
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“Eco Chic” seeks “sustainable fashion” entries from UW students, staff and faculty

From a UW press release: Two student organizations in the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture and Natural Resources are now accepting submissions for a sustainable fashion show later this semester. Members of Phi Upsilon Omicron and the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences will team up to host an “Eco Chic: A Sustainable Fashion Show”
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"Eco Chic" seeks "sustainable fashion" entries from UW students, staff and faculty

From a UW press release: Two student organizations in the University of Wyoming College of Agriculture and Natural Resources are now accepting submissions for a sustainable fashion show later this semester. Members of Phi Upsilon Omicron and the American Association of Family and Consumer Sciences will team up to host an “Eco Chic: A Sustainable Fashion Show”
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Sculptor Mike Flanagan presents "How Bronze Sculpture is Made" Feb. 18 in Sheridan

Mike Flanagan will present a lecture on “How a Bronze Sculpture is Made” on Tuesday, February 18, from 7-8 pm at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in Sheridan.  This lecture  is free and open to the public. Mike Flanagan is a sculptor and painter, who  is headquartered  at the base of the beautiful Big Horn Mountains
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