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State Museum features temporary exhibit about Wyoming during World War II

From Mark Brammer at the Wyoming State Museum: Although World War II was fought far from Wyoming the effect of that conflict on our state was profound. Everyday lives of every Wyomingite changed in many different ways when the state was thrust from a relatively isolated existence onto a national scene. To commemorate the anniversary
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Applications for artist booths now open for Lander RiverFest

The Lander Art Center will host it’s 6th Annual RiverFest Art and Music in the Park on Saturday, August 16, from 10 a.m.-8 p.m. in Lander City Park. Applications for artist booths are now open until June 30. Each application is reviewed for depth of work and quality and must be original – created by the artist.
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CWC in Riverton hosts filmmaking camp for high school students

From Central Wyoming College in Riverton: To launch its new interdisciplinary program in film and theater, Central Wyoming College in Riverton is hosting a week-long camp in July to give Wyoming high school juniors and seniors hands-on learning experiences in both subjects. Students reside in campus housing and dine in the Food Court while exploring
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June 24 Tweetchat Q&A with authors Craig Johnson & Tim Sandlin

From the Teton County Public Library: Join the Jackson Hole Writers Conference and Teton County Library for an evening with Craig Johnson, author of the popular and acclaimed Walt Longmire mystery series, as he shares his insights about writing, Wyoming and Hollywood. Just released in May 2014, “Any Other Name: A Longmire Mystery,” Johnson’s tenth novel featuring
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June 24 Tweetchat Q&A with authors Craig Johnson & Tim Sandlin

From the Teton County Public Library: Join the Jackson Hole Writers Conference and Teton County Library for an evening with Craig Johnson, author of the popular and acclaimed Walt Longmire mystery series, as he shares his insights about writing, Wyoming and Hollywood. Just released in May 2014, “Any Other Name: A Longmire Mystery,” Johnson’s tenth novel featuring
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Cheyenne Botanic Gardens launches Paul Smith Children’s Village Coloring Book

From the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens: This Saturday, June 7, be among the first to purchase a Paul Smith Children’s Village Coloring Book and have the illustrator, Cheyenne’s Paula Egan-​​Wright, sign your very own copy.  To help celebrate the release we will also be offering free ice cream (while supplies last).

Cheyenne Botanic Gardens launches Paul Smith Children's Village Coloring Book

From the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens: This Saturday, June 7, be among the first to purchase a Paul Smith Children’s Village Coloring Book and have the illustrator, Cheyenne’s Paula Egan-​​Wright, sign your very own copy.  To help celebrate the release we will also be offering free ice cream (while supplies last).

Fun-filled weekend for the arts in Wyoming

This weekend in Wyoming — Get tips from professional writers, groove to outdoor tunes, visit an artist’s studio and celebrate the jackalope.  You can find a searchable list of summer events at the Wyoming Travel & Tourism web site. Here’s a sampler of arts-oriented offerings: June 6 — Opening reception for Diana Baumbach’s “Postpartum Documentation” exhibit, Jackson; http://www.jhcenterforthearts.org 6-7
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2014 Blanchan and Doubleday Writing Award winners announced

The Wyoming Arts Council (WAC) announces the winners of the 2014 Blanchan/Doubleday Writing Awards. Darcy Lipp-Acord of Weston won the Neltje Blanchan award for nature writing for excerpts from her creative nonfiction book, Circling Back Home: A Plainswoman’s Journey. Winner of the Frank Nelson Doubleday award for women writers is Yvette Ward-Horner of Cody for
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Opening reception June 6 for Diana Baumbach's "Postpartum Documentation" exhibit

From the Center for the Arts in Jackson: Diana Baumbach: Postpartum Documentation  June 6 – July 15, 2014 Center for the Arts Theater Gallery Exhibit Opening: June 6, 5:30-7 p.m. Diana Baumbach’s Postpartum Documentation began following the birth of her son Shepard in December 2012. This series allows Baumbach to balance motherhood and art making
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