Wyoming Arts Council

Call for entries: California State University Chico

Call for entries from Cal State Chico: California State University, Chico, is interested in contracting with an artist or artist team to create a public work of art for the new Arts and Humanities Building located on the California State University, Chico campus. As part of the selection process, the University is gathering qualifications from artists who wish
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Tom Empey returns to Casper College to co-teach Shakespeare course with Patrick Amelotte

Tom Empey, former Casper College theater instructor and Wyoming Arts Council board member, will return to Casper to co-teach “Shakespeare’s Jacobean Plays” with English instructor Patrick Amelotte, beginning Monday, March 24. The course will mark the fourth time that the two have co-taught a class. “I enjoy teaching Shakespeare with Patrick so much, that I
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"Art of the Hunt" wants your images, recipes and stories

This call comes from WAC arts specialist and folklorist Anne Hatch: “Art of the Hunt” is a research project to gather and document the traditions, stories, and skills of hunters and anglers in Wyoming. The focus of the project is understanding and celebrating the deep-rooted family and community traditions around hunting and fishing, locating the
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“Art of the Hunt” wants your images, recipes and stories

This call comes from WAC arts specialist and folklorist Anne Hatch: “Art of the Hunt” is a research project to gather and document the traditions, stories, and skills of hunters and anglers in Wyoming. The focus of the project is understanding and celebrating the deep-rooted family and community traditions around hunting and fishing, locating the
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WyoPoets unveils its new book Weather Watch at April 18 open mic reading

WyoPoets unveils its new book Weather Watch at April 18 open mic reading

Works of Wyoming offers hand-crafted Hilde Project items

This info comes from the Works of Wyoming March newsletter: The Hilde project provides a “shopping for a cause” experience. Created by women incarcerated at the Women’s Center in Lusk, the hats, scarves, and other accessories are beautifully crafted and fun to wear. Inspired by the teachings and life of twelfth century German nun, Hildegard von Bingen,
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Historic paintings of Chief Washakie on display in the Capitol Rotunda

This comes from a story on Wyoming Public Media’s web site: Paintings of Chief Washakie that have spent more than 40 years in storage are now on display in the Capitol Rotunda in Cheyenne. The 24 pieces by western artist J.K. Ralston were originally commissioned for the dining room of the Noble Hotel in Lander
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Bentley Spang presents “Tekcno Pow Wow” April 2 at UW

From a UW press release: Northern Cheyenne multidisciplinary artist Bently Spang is the University of Wyoming American Indian Studies Program spring semester Eminent Artist in Residence. Spang will teach a class on Native American art; will have a solo exhibition at the UW Art Museum; and will present the “Tekcno Pow Wow,” a mixed-media installation
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Bentley Spang presents "Tekcno Pow Wow" April 2 at UW

From a UW press release: Northern Cheyenne multidisciplinary artist Bently Spang is the University of Wyoming American Indian Studies Program spring semester Eminent Artist in Residence. Spang will teach a class on Native American art; will have a solo exhibition at the UW Art Museum; and will present the “Tekcno Pow Wow,” a mixed-media installation
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