Wyoming Arts Council

Crazy Woman Fine Art opens “We Dug Trenches” photo exhibit March 13

Crazy Woman Fine Art Gallery, 5 N. Lobban Ave., Buffalo, is exhibiting photographs by Casper’s E. K. Wimmer March 13-April 12. Artist’s Reception: Saturday, April 12, 4-5 p.m. E.K. Wimmer is an artist, musician, and curator at The Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper. He was born in New York, was raised in New Mexico and has lived throughout
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Crazy Woman Fine Art opens "We Dug Trenches" photo exhibit March 13

Crazy Woman Fine Art Gallery, 5 N. Lobban Ave., Buffalo, is exhibiting photographs by Casper’s E. K. Wimmer March 13-April 12. Artist’s Reception: Saturday, April 12, 4-5 p.m. E.K. Wimmer is an artist, musician, and curator at The Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper. He was born in New York, was raised in New Mexico and has lived throughout
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Line-up announced for 40th annual Wyoming Writers, Inc., conference June 6-8 in Sheridan

Thinking about summer? We just received an e-copy of the brochure for the 40th annual Wyoming Writers, Inc. (WWInc), conference June 6-8 at the Holiday Inn and Conference Center in Sheridan. Gayle Irwin tells us that members will receive copies of the brochure in the mail in late March. The conference features a great line-up
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Wyoming Artists Association holds 2014 convention in Dubois May 2-4

The Wyoming Artists Association has announced that its 2014 convention will be held May 2-4  at the Headwaters Conference and Art Center, 20 Stalnaker St., Dubois. Activities include a members’ art exhibit, quick draw, business meeting, auction, workshops, and an awards banquet. Conference registration deadline is April 15. Yearly dues are $20 for all members
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Deadline approaches for WAC GTO and OSG grants

Prospective applicants are reminded that the application deadline for Wyoming Arts Council annual grants in the Grants to Organizations and Operating Support categories is March 15. The Grants to Organization (GTO) grant program promotes artistic excellence and a breadth of artistic experience through funding of arts programs and projects for audiences of all ages and abilities.
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Lander Art Center celebrates Youth Arts Month

In celebration of March’s Youth Arts Month, the Lander Art Center hosts the Lander Valley High School and Middle School Select Art Show on display now until Saturday, March 29. The exhibition consists of select works by local youth artists in a wide range of art mediums from drawing, painting, and printmaking to sculpture, ceramics and
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McConigley, Illoway and O’Toole join the ranks of the WAC board

Governor Matt Mead has named three new members to the Wyoming Arts Council board of directors: Nina McConigley, Laramie; Chloe Illoway, Cheyenne; and Sharon O’Toole, Savery. A big thank you to departing board members Duane Evenson of Gillette, Chessney Sevier of Buffalo and Jennifer Lasik, formerly of Kemmerer now living in Evanston, IL. Three continuing
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Jackson Hole Public Art selects finalists for its 5-Way Intersection Project

News from Jackson Hole Public Art: From a pool of more than 170 submissions, two nationally-acclaimed artists have been chosen as finalists in the 5-Way Project. Thomas Sayre of Raleigh, NC and John Fleming of Seattle, WA will receive a stipend to travel to Jackson in March and develop a concept for the busy intersection.
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University of Wyoming presents the "Vagina Monologues" March 6-8

The University of Wyoming will host the 2014 production of the “Vagina Monologues” March 6-8 in the UW Education auditorium at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets will be sold at the Stop Violence table in the Wyoming Union breezeway through Thursday, March 6, and at the door. They cost $5 for students
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University of Wyoming presents the “Vagina Monologues” March 6-8

The University of Wyoming will host the 2014 production of the “Vagina Monologues” March 6-8 in the UW Education auditorium at 7 p.m. Doors open at 6:30 p.m. Tickets will be sold at the Stop Violence table in the Wyoming Union breezeway through Thursday, March 6, and at the door. They cost $5 for students
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