Wyoming Arts Council

Transition week for exhibits at the UW Art Museum

From a UW press release: This is the final week to view two exhibitions at the University of Wyoming Art Museum. Saturday, Aug. 9, is the last day to see, “Staff Selects II” and “Traditional/Contemporary: American Indian Artwork.” A new exhibition, “Luz y Colores: Emilio Sanchez’s Caribbean” also opens the same day. “Staff Selects II”
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So you want to go places with your art?

Calling all writers, musicians, visual artists, actors, dancers, and performers! Want to devote more time to your art in 2015? Interested in taking your art to the next level? Spend the afternoon with Ken Waldman, long-time Alaska writer and musician. Since 1995, Waldman has made his living writing, teaching, and performing in a wide variety
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Douglas David to serve as juror for Governor's Capitol Art Exhibition

The juror has been announced for the Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition. This year’s juror is Indiana artist Douglas David, a graduate of the Indiana University Herron School of Art. He studied principles of classic painting with the New York Art Students League, as well as such noted painters as John P. Osborne and John C.
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Douglas David to serve as juror for Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition

The juror has been announced for the Governor’s Capitol Art Exhibition. This year’s juror is Indiana artist Douglas David, a graduate of the Indiana University Herron School of Art. He studied principles of classic painting with the New York Art Students League, as well as such noted painters as John P. Osborne and John C.
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Casper College Humanities Festival seeks speakers on the topic of “revolution”

From a Casper College press release: Presenters are being sought for the 2015 Casper College Humanities Festival and Demorest Lecture to be held February 25-27 at the college. “The festival is a yearly gathering of scholars who present work on a particular theme in much the same way TED Conferences work,” said Valerie Innella Maiers, festival committee
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Casper College Humanities Festival seeks speakers on the topic of "revolution"

From a Casper College press release: Presenters are being sought for the 2015 Casper College Humanities Festival and Demorest Lecture to be held February 25-27 at the college. “The festival is a yearly gathering of scholars who present work on a particular theme in much the same way TED Conferences work,” said Valerie Innella Maiers, festival committee
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"Near and Far" opens August 8 at the Lander Art Center

The Lander Art Center opens “Near and Far, a paintspective” by Jon Cox on Friday, August 8 from 6-8 p.m. His work represents both the vibrant life in Wyoming as well as the places and people he counters on his travels around the world. Wildlife and the everyday is juxtaposed next to urbanscapes and the exotic
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“Near and Far” opens August 8 at the Lander Art Center

The Lander Art Center opens “Near and Far, a paintspective” by Jon Cox on Friday, August 8 from 6-8 p.m. His work represents both the vibrant life in Wyoming as well as the places and people he counters on his travels around the world. Wildlife and the everyday is juxtaposed next to urbanscapes and the exotic
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Broughton Coburn leads Aug. 9 Writers in the Park workshop

This may be the most scenic free writing workshop in the country: The Grand Teton Association offers a free writing workshop in Grand Teton National Park on Saturday, August 9.  The guest writer is Broughton Coburn, an author of several books and resident of Wilson.  He will lead a workshop for writers of any genre
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Actors' Mission meets Vanda and Sonya and Masha and Spike (and Cassandra)

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