Wyoming Arts Council

Take part in the Art of the Hunt Sept. 20 at the State Museum

The Wyoming Arts Council is making plans for our Art of the Hunt artist demonstrations on Saturday, September 20. We will have fly tying, engraving, leather tooling, and fly casting for all to see and enjoy. Come talk to the artists and get their insights on the beautiful work they do. The demonstrations are from
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Welcome to Wonderpull Wyoming!

Wyoming Arts Council roster artist Maura Jacobsen just opened a new arts business in downtown Cheyenne. Called the Wyo Art Factory, it’ s located inside the old Asher-Wyoming Building at 1506 Thomes Ave. She will have her own art on display and will also offer art classes. Her shop features an interactive display called Wonderpull Wyoming.
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Next "Writers in the Park" series workshop is on Sept. 13

Tina Welling in Jackson sent this announcement: The Grand Teton Association invites you to join their Writers in the Park series Saturday, September 13. Writers both serious and casual, working in all areas of interest, are welcome. The workshops are free. Our guest writer is Mary Beth Baptiste, the author of ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT, her memoir
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Next “Writers in the Park” series workshop is on Sept. 13

Tina Welling in Jackson sent this announcement: The Grand Teton Association invites you to join their Writers in the Park series Saturday, September 13. Writers both serious and casual, working in all areas of interest, are welcome. The workshops are free. Our guest writer is Mary Beth Baptiste, the author of ATTITUDE ADJUSTMENT, her memoir
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My Name Is Cool: Stories from a Cuban-Irish-American storyteller

From the Teton County Public Library: Across three continents, 10 countries and 45 states, and for over 2 million people, Antonio Sacre has told stories. On Wednesday, Sept. 17, he will take the stage at Teton County Library’s Ordway Auditorium with a truly bilingual performance that bridges diverse cultures with humor and story. Sacre will also be presenting bilingual
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New sculpture exhibit opens at UW Art Museum

From a University of Wyoming press release: An exhibition by Seattle-based artist John Grade has opened at the University of Wyoming Art Museum. “Middle Fork” continues the artist’s exploration of irrevocable change and natural deterioration in a new installation created from the casting of a 100-foot-tall, live, old-growth tree. The form of the tree has
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West Bank Artists featured Sept. 12-13 at Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival

ArtsReady: Better strategy to plan for “what if?” instead of “why me?”

September is National Preparedness Month. This information comes to us via ArtsReady at South Arts in Atlanta. The Wyoming Arts Council is an associate member of ArtsReady: Technology experts say the world consists of two kinds of people – those who back up their data, and those who will back up their data. That’s because
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Traffic boxes become art displays in Jackson

Mule Deer Red Desert to Hoback migration photo exhibit reception Sept. 17

The Wyoming Outdoor Council sent this announcement: Come explore the extraordinary Red Desert to Hoback migration photo exhibit in Lander—a visual journey through the longest documented mule deer migration corridor.You can join Wyoming Migration Initiative researchers Matt Kauffman and Hall Sawyer, along with National Geographic photographer Joe Riis on September 17, to experience this incredible
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