Wyoming Arts Council

Boston Brass Summer Intensive comes to UW

From a University of Wyoming press release: The Boston Brass Summer Intensive is a week-long session (June 7-13) featuring the world-renowned Boston Brass. The week is designed around performance and career development for brass players seeking advanced instruction of chamber music, audition preparation and guidance for those aspiring to a career in music performance. Topics
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Wyoming artwork on Wyoming snowboards

Art in Wyoming comes in many forms… Here’s an announcement from Asymbol Gallery, 50 W. Broadway in Jackson, which is giving away a snowboard featuring artwork by Tim Tomkinson. The Wyoming Office of Tourism is a partner in the project: It’s no secret we’re proud to call the great state of Wyoming our home. So
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Reserve your artist booths for Riverfest in Lander

CALL FOR ARTISTS: Riverfest Art and Music in the Park: Artist Booths A full day of art, demonstrations, music, food and fun in Lander’s city park. Saturday, August 1, 2015, 9 a.m.-8 p.m. Arts and handmade items sold at Riverfest must be original and handmade by the artist. Commercially made goods of any kind will not
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ART 321 plans full line-up of summer workshops

ART 321, Casper Artists’ Guild, 321 W. Midwest Ave., Casper, has a lineup of workshops for artists of all levels in June and July. June 13: “Pulp to Paper Workshop”, instructor: Casper artist, Bobbi Kuxhausen. 1 to 4 p.m. Members $30/nonmembers $50. June 30: “New Style Acrylic Painting on Textured Canvas,” instructor: Maria Wimmer. All
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Teton Artlab’s May 28 open house features work by Marna Shopoff

News from the Teton Artlab: May Open House will be held on Thursday, May 28, 6-8 p.m., at the Teton Artlab, 130 S. Jackson St. in Jackson. Visit with Indiana artist Marna Shopoff and see her works in progress. Her angular, energetic works on paper, canvas, and found objects have been inspired by recent trips
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Teton Artlab's May 28 open house features work by Marna Shopoff

News from the Teton Artlab: May Open House will be held on Thursday, May 28, 6-8 p.m., at the Teton Artlab, 130 S. Jackson St. in Jackson. Visit with Indiana artist Marna Shopoff and see her works in progress. Her angular, energetic works on paper, canvas, and found objects have been inspired by recent trips
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Submit now for the WAC 2016 creative writing fellowships in poetry

The Wyoming Arts Council now is accepting applications for the 2016 creative writing fellowships in poetry. Application deadline is midnight on Thursday, July 2. Applications accepted online via Submittable. Click on this direct link to go to the guidelines and application. Three $3,000 fellowships are given annually to Wyoming literary artists. Submissions are accepted annually
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Casper Theater Company launches it first season this summer

From the Casper Star Tribune’s Town Crier: Casper Theater Company is pleased to announce the creation of a new semiprofessional nonprofit theater company in Casper. It’s seeking actors, nonprofit board members, directors and more. Its mission is to produce the highest quality well-known wholesome classic plays. The group will also provide workshops for teens, summer
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Lander Art Center seeks an executive director

From the Lander Art Center: The Lander Art Center seeks an Executive Director to develop central Wyoming’s premier nonprofit, visual art center. The Art Center strives to build a strong arts community in the Fremont County area. The Lander Art Center engages youth and adults in the visual arts through quality exhibitions and educational opportunities.
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“Our Place in the West” conference features June 11 panel with award-winning Wyoming artists

The Wyoming Arts Council biennial fellowship exhibit artists are part of the big “Our Place in the West” gathering June 10-13 in Laramie. Come out on the afternoon of June 11 for a “Conversation with Wyoming Artists” Do Palma, Suzanne Morlock, Diana Baumbach, June Glasson, Thomas Macker, Aaron Wallis, and Susan Moldenhauer. Stick around for
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