Wyoming Arts Council

“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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Call for artists: Wyoming Wildlife Federation

From the Wyoming Wildlife Federation: Wyoming Wildlife Federation seeks original art image for entries for statewide promotion of their Fence Removal Project. Selected artwork will be used for postcard, poster, and social media outlets. All mediums accepted. Up to 2 entries. No entry fee! Entries sent to lisa@landerartcenter.com DEADLINE: Tuesday, May 26 for all submissions
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Call for artists: Contour Music Festival Art Garden

From the Contour Music Festival: The Art Garden will be sited on the Center for the Arts lawn in the heart of downtown Jackson at 265 South Glenwood Street. It is part of the inaugural Contour Music Festival held in Jackson from June 11-14. The Art Garden will inspire a sense of wonder and community
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Wyoming Art Party exhibit travels to Lander

From the Lander Art Center web site: The Lander Art Center is pleased to present “A Portrait of Wyoming” a collaborative art project by The Wyoming Art Party featuring the work of 38 Wyoming artists, writers and craft folk. This traveling exhibition will open its Lander showing onFriday, May 22 from 6-8pm at the Lander
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UW Snowy Range Summer Theatre schedule set

  From a UW press release: A modern classic about a spirited and lovable couple in their twilight years, an imaginative and powerful depiction of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.’s last night on earth, and a wacky new farce about living authentically and the meaning of life round out the 62nd season of Snowy Range
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Jackson poets read work about animal bones, antlers and skulls May 26 at Daly Projects

“Verse & Bone,” local poets read poems about animal bones, antlers, skulls on Tuesday, May 26, 6 p.m., at Daly Projects, 125 E. Pearl Street, Jackson. This event is free and open to the public. Riffing on the current exhibit at Daly Projects, several local poets and storytellers will read their poems about animal bones, antlers, and skulls. Some
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Wyoming State Museum celebrates state’s 125th anniversary with artifacts from the 1960s

From our colleagues (and neighbors) at the Wyoming State Museum: The Wyoming State Museum’s 125th Anniversary Exhibit has expanded with artifacts from the turbulent 1960s. From Vietnam War and its divisive effect on the nation, to the burgeoning Civil Rights movement, this decade brought a lot of changes to the country and our state. However,
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Wyoming State Museum celebrates state's 125th anniversary with artifacts from the 1960s

From our colleagues (and neighbors) at the Wyoming State Museum: The Wyoming State Museum’s 125th Anniversary Exhibit has expanded with artifacts from the turbulent 1960s. From Vietnam War and its divisive effect on the nation, to the burgeoning Civil Rights movement, this decade brought a lot of changes to the country and our state. However,
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Wyoming Arts Council board meets May 20-22 in Sundance

The Wyoming Arts Council will hold its next quarterly board meeting on Wednesday through Friday, May 20-22, at the Crook County Public Health Building, 420 E. Main St in Sundance. The WAC board invites individuals and organizational representatives to attend any part of the meeting to observe the board process, and to address the board
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WAC Fellowship Biennial Exhibit opens May 16 at UW Art Museum

A new exhibition of works by Wyoming artists will open Saturday, May 16, at the University of Wyoming Art Museum. “South Pass: Wyoming Arts Council Biennial 2015” presents the work of six visual arts fellowship recipients. They are June Glasson and Diana Baumbach from Laramie; Do Palma of Cheyenne; Suzanne Morlock of Wilson; and Thomas
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