Wyoming Arts Council

Fremont County Library in Riverton hosts “Chalk the Walk” July 16

"Not your typical Wild West art event"

From a National Museum of Wildlife Art press release: Top contemporary wildlife artists – and collectors – from around the world will be congregating at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyo., this September. With a new “Wild 100” approach to its annual Western Visions fundraiser, August 30 – September 21, 2014, the
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“Not your typical Wild West art event”

From a National Museum of Wildlife Art press release: Top contemporary wildlife artists – and collectors – from around the world will be congregating at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyo., this September. With a new “Wild 100” approach to its annual Western Visions fundraiser, August 30 – September 21, 2014, the
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Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival celebrates its 30th anniversary

From a press release: A favorite on the annual arts festival scene, and one of the reasons Jackson, Wyo., was ranked a top 10 small city for art lovers, the 10-day Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival will celebrate its 30th anniversary this September. In addition to its usual stellar lineup of arts-inspired events from gallery walks and the
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The Merchant of Vengeance or No Great Shakes(peare) opens July 10

The Merchant of Vengeance or No Great Shakes(peare) opens July 10

Author Tom Rea narrates Casper's history on C-SPAN show

This story by Tom Dixon appeared in the July 6 Casper Star-Tribune. It features historian and author Tom Rea, one of the founding committee members of the Equality State Book Festival and whose poetry was featured in the Wyoming Center for the Book’s Deep West anthology: Casper will enjoy a weekend in the spotlight when
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Author Tom Rea narrates Casper’s history on C-SPAN show

This story by Tom Dixon appeared in the July 6 Casper Star-Tribune. It features historian and author Tom Rea, one of the founding committee members of the Equality State Book Festival and whose poetry was featured in the Wyoming Center for the Book’s Deep West anthology: Casper will enjoy a weekend in the spotlight when
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UW students and prof on team that unearthed ancient mosaics in Israel

From a UW press release: Excavations in a Late Roman (fifth century) synagogue at Huqoq, an ancient Jewish village in Israel’s Lower Galilee, have brought to light stunning mosaics that decorated the floor. University of Wyoming students and a faculty member are among those participating in the digs. Huqoq is located off the northwest corner
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You are cordially invited to the Art of the Hunt reception Aug. 1

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