Wyoming Arts Council

Dancers' Workshop welcomes back MOMIX for performance, master class

From Dancers’ Workshop in Jackson: Dancers’ Workshop welcomes back MOMIX at the Center Theater February 1 for one public performance only.  MOMIX is a favorite to Jackson audiences and we are thrilled to have this mind-bending and magical company back since their last visit in 2008. Known internationally for presenting work of exceptional inventiveness and physical
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Dancers’ Workshop welcomes back MOMIX for performance, master class

From Dancers’ Workshop in Jackson: Dancers’ Workshop welcomes back MOMIX at the Center Theater February 1 for one public performance only.  MOMIX is a favorite to Jackson audiences and we are thrilled to have this mind-bending and magical company back since their last visit in 2008. Known internationally for presenting work of exceptional inventiveness and physical
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Does your art tell your story?

On Wednesday, January 28, 4-8 p.m., the Laramie County Public Library in Cheyenne presents “The Business of Art.” Register online at the library’s website. Here’s more info: Back by popular demand! Does your art tell your story? Do you have an artist’s statement? Attend this four-hour workshop and leave with a clear sense of direction. Please bring your
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Call for applications: Murie Center’s Pattie Layser Writer-In-Residence Program

The Murie Center’s Pattie Layser Writer-In-Residence Program provides an opportunity for writers, digital and multi-media experts ― with a concentration or specialization in environmental conservation ― to experience the surroundings that helped inspire the work of Olaus, Mardy, Adolph and Louise Murie, and which now serve to advance their legacy. The purpose of our program is to
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Call for applications: Murie Center's Pattie Layser Writer-In-Residence Program

The Murie Center’s Pattie Layser Writer-In-Residence Program provides an opportunity for writers, digital and multi-media experts ― with a concentration or specialization in environmental conservation ― to experience the surroundings that helped inspire the work of Olaus, Mardy, Adolph and Louise Murie, and which now serve to advance their legacy. The purpose of our program is to
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Apply now for Wyoming Arts Council grants  

  Applications are open for the Wyoming Arts Council’s Arts Education, Grants to Organizations and Operating Support Grants categories. Arts Education (AE) programs must show potential to, or have a proven record of, providing learning experiences that increase knowledge and skills in one or more art forms. Organizations interested in applying for these grants may
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Martin Luther King Jr. Days of Dialogue events at UW Feb. 2-7

From a University of Wyoming press release: Jason Collins, the first openly gay NBA player, will be the keynote speaker at this year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Days of Dialogue (MLKDOD) at the University of Wyoming. Collins will speak at 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 5, in the Wyoming Union Ballroom. His talk is free and
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Wyoming Poetry Out Loud competition takes place February 2-3 in Cheyenne

The 10th Annual Wyoming Poetry Out Loud state competition takes place Feb. 2-3 in Cheyenne. Ten student competitors, along with their teachers, parents and guests are expected. The competition begins at 7 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 2, at the Cheyenne Civic Center. This event is free and open to the public. On Tuesday, Feb. 3,
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Wyoming Arts Council holds roster panel meeting Jan. 23

The Wyoming Arts Council will hold its annual artist roster application review panel by conference call on Friday, Jan. 23, 9 a.m.-1 p.m.  Staff members will be participating in the call from the Arts Council Gallery, 2320 Capitol Ave., Cheyenne. Every year, the WAC invites Wyoming artists to apply to be included on the roster. A
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Funding available to celebrate the arts and National Parks

  This press release comes from the National Endowment for the Arts web site: “Art is the child of Nature,” said American poet Henry Wadsworth Longfellow.  A new grant initiative created in partnership by the NEA and the National Park Service celebrates the intersections between the two in honor of the NEA’s 50th anniversary in
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